10 foods never worth paying full price for

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The average family spends more than $200 a week at the grocery store, but if you’re savvy about what you put into your cart, you can spend less.

According to an analysis that Coupons.com ran for MarketWatch, some items at the grocery store are discounted more frequently than others — which means you should rarely pay full price for them. Throughout 2014, retailers and manufacturers issued the most coupons for cereal (the average discount was 87 cents), followed by cheese (76 cents) and salty snacks like potato chips, the data, which looked at coupons issues for the year-to-date, revealed.

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