Oct 22 2007

My price book spreadsheet–go check it out!


My husband very kindly put together my price book spreadsheet. I’ll be constantly updating it to reflect the lowest prices I can find without using coupons.

At first, I tried keeping a paper price book. It has helped me quite a bit, but since I use the computer to do most of my grocery list planning and menu planning, it made sense to make it available online, as well.

If you’re in Pittsburgh, maybe this spreadsheet can help you spot a deal. If you’re somewhere else, then maybe you can set up your own spreadsheet.

NOTE: You don’t have to be logged into Google anymore to access the spreadsheet. Thanks, Money Common Sense!

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7 Responses to “My price book spreadsheet–go check it out!”

  1. Nice job- it looks great!
    Did you create it in Excel?

  2. It looks good!! I am going to try to do the same with mine. I tried to put it online a while ago but couldn’t find a host for the file. I don’t know why I didn’t think of Google. I’ll have to figure out how to do it first.
    Mine is sort of different format. You’ll see when it’s up.

  3. Thanks! It was created in Google Documents using Excel techniques.

    To publish a spreadsheet or document, login to your Google account. At the top left should be a thing that says “Documents.” From there, you should be able to find instructions on how to upload and share documents. It’s awesome!

  4. Kacie,
    I’ve just spent a few mins playing with it. If you publish the document then you don’t have to login to view it. Hope that helps.

  5. K and I use Google Docs for keeping track of what each of us spend. I love it — we both have access so both of us can edit it and see the changes.
    I’m so jealous that you get bananas for 25 cents/pound. Mine are usually $1.19, $.79 on a really good sale day.

  6. I can’t thank you enough for that spreadsheet. I thought perhaps I was being a bit compulsive when I thought I should list things out between the two stores in my neighborhood. Your spreadsheet is in a great format. I’ll be shopping smarter because of it.

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