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pdnr

  5 months ago

Have you temporarily (or permanently) stopped buying something due to the cost of it rising above what you’re willing to pay?
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Since my husband and I try to limit our sodium intake, we usually buy the store brand lower sodium chips. They have been in short supply the last few weeks so we checked out the price of name brand chips. The lower sodium brand chips were $7 for a large bag so right now we aren’t buying any chips which my husband enjoys for lunch.
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pjaysmitty

  5 months ago
If the price is too high, I pass it by. I buy lightly salted potato chips, GV brand at Walmart for $1.44 for 7.75 oz, use to be $1.12. Tortilla chips lightly salted, GV for $1.26 for 13 oz., they sell out quick.
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d8965778

  5 months ago
not yet
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riviera911477

  5 months ago
I have not stopped buying the products all together, but have waited a week or two and they usually go on sale, or I find a cents off coupon, etc..
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pr41799

  5 months ago
Meats! We have not been buying as much meat as the prices are ridiculous.
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FIRSTABOREAN_8395

  5 months ago
No, not really. I buy what I desire and don't worry much about the prices, which are, indeed, rising as the dollar's value shrinks due to oversupply.
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pc1976

  5 months ago
No, I still buy whatever I want or need.
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Pinktroll

  5 months ago
There are a lot of things that we decided we can do without with the rising prices. Do you have an Aldi's or Sav a Lot by you? They offer different things under their own name and might have some lower sodium chips without having to take out a loan. Also as Idahopatriot said Dollar Tree. They have a grocery section and their line up changes all the time based on what they get in. If you don't live far from one it's worth taking a look once a week to see what they get in. Big Lots, Dollar General, and even sometimes Family Dollar. The discount stores get the products that are left overs from the companies when the companies change packaging or sizes or flavors, or discontinue items. Then if you have a few bucks and see something and you know the price is good, grab a few.
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dellis1996

  5 months ago
The only time that I catch myself not buying anything it's only because it's not available. It's frustrating that some of your favorite products that you can't even find anymore and you can definitely see that everything has gotten much higher, everywhere!
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2rallan

  5 months ago
I have not stopped because of higher prices, but I don't eat chips all that much and they usually go stale before I finish a bag. But, I definitely have noticed an up-tick in prices lately.
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J9999248z99

  5 months ago
no
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