Just came back from shopping for shabbos and noticed some significant price difference in pricing that I thought that I would share.
Your first stop should always begin with Seasons in Lawrence. Make a bee line to the meat section and look at their specials and their Tevya's line of meats. You will always save a bundle there - hands down.
Next stop should be Brachs, the 5 townd price leader (again, except for meats). Easy to get too with plenty of free parking - all the rest you must feed the meter as well as depending on the time of day at Gourmet Glatt circle around looking for a spot to park. As an example of price difference, today Brachs was selling eggs, extra large $.99/doz and Gourmet Glatt $1.79/doz. Crispy-O's passover cereal, Brachs $1.99 Gourmet Glatt $3.99 - double the price! I bought 6 of them and saved $12 just on that one item.
Last, but not least Gourmet Glatt for items that Brachs does not carry or was out of stock. Gourmet Glatt is totally on top of their inventory, forever restocking items while Brachs many times runs out.
So there you have it. Figure out how much you saved and either pat yourself on the back, give it to tzedaka, splurge on a few of those overly priced pesach cakes, or treat yourself to a meal or two in a restaurant.
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