Save or Splurge? When to Buy Generic or Brand Name
Corporate spending on marketing and advertising is the number-one reason name-brand products are pricier than store brands.
Sometimes, this investment turns sour and leads to legal repercussions.
Here’s a handy reference list to help you determine when to save and when to splurge.
This summertime essential is an important purchase
Another summer staple, name-brand condiments fare better in taste tests than store-brand options.
SAVE: PRINTER INK
You can easily find cheap ink through Inkjet Willy
SPLURGE: TRASH BAGS
To save on this household staple, buy them in bulk from warehouse club stores
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