I’ve always tried to start a price book and just never seem to master it. But I definitely want to give it a go again.
A price book is a binder in which you keep track of the prices of different grocery and household items at the different stores. For example, at Store A, you might be able to buy double rolls of toilet paper at $0.49 a roll, and at Store B, they might be $0.39 a roll. Obviously Store B has the best price. But if you happen to catch a sale on toilet paper at Store A and you can buy the same product at Store A for $0.27 a roll, then you have a record of your item and what the best price is regularly!
You can of course just use plain ol’ pieces of looseleaf in a binder or simple record in an old spiral notebook. But if you’re looking for something a little more asthetically pleasing, here’s the template I created for my own price book! It’s a free printable. Help yourself to my free Price Book Page printable!
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