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11 Surprising Ways Grocery Stores Get You To Spend More

Delish Logo By Megan Shepherd of Delish | Slide 1 of 12: <p>We've all been there before: you run into the store to grab coffee and toothpaste, and 20 minutes later, end up with a half a cart full of energy bars and beach snacks (and about $100 worth of other useless-but-adorable junk if you're shopping at Target). While <a href="https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&ved=0ahUKEwjS3MfQ9MLUAhXIWz4KHY0CA5YQFgg0MAI&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.delish.com%2Ffood%2Fg4201%2Ffacts-about-meijer%2F&usg=AFQjCNFuQlClB_pyQLWGnppqoNcsCsiP6w&sig2=S2zbDMLmHLfZzd3LAGyCBQ&cad=rja">getting out of the grocery store without blowing your budget</a> might feel like a losing battle, it might not be all your fault. The next time you're knocking out your grocery shopping keep an eye out for these subtle tricks grocery stores pull to make you spend more money.<br> </p>

We've all been there before: you run into the store to grab coffee and toothpaste, and 20 minutes later, end up with a half a cart full of energy bars and beach snacks (and about $100 worth of other useless-but-adorable junk if you're shopping at Target).

While getting out of the grocery store without blowing your budget might feel like a losing battle, it might not be all your fault. The next time you're knocking out your grocery shopping keep an eye out for these subtle tricks grocery stores pull to make you spend more money.

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