How often do you update your price book?
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    Question How often do you update your price book?

    Just wondering how often you update prices....

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    bump...anyone?

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    I have tried to keep a price book, but fail miserably at it.

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    what exactly is a price book and how do you do it? i have seen you all mention it before, but i just wondered what it was exactly. thanks!

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    I love my price book...but it is in sore need of updating...I'll do it this weekend!

    A price book is an item by item listing of what you use and the price (hopefully on sale--lol), where you bought it, and the size...That way you can tell before you purchase something if it is a good buy.

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    How Often??? Now where near often enough!!! LOL I try to update at least once a month, but its been... umm let's see...ummm oh about 6 months since i have updated. Thanks for the reminder. I just did a big trip, so now would be the time!! LOL

    Edited to add:
    I do a quck once over on the grocery ads when they come in to see if anything is a GREAT deal, and if there is something I add it to my price book right then, so I won't forget.

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    I actually don't update mine. I thought that the purpose of the price book was to see the pattern of when stuff goes on sale. So like tomato sauce, for example, I have four or five different entries of tomato sauce (lets say same brand and same store) and I have the date and the price. I usually mark it w/an "s" to signify special price.

    Since I usually do my shopping at Walmart and Kroger, I have the two prices for one item. But that one item, may go on sale at Kroger, so I'll write that that into my price book. Hopefully, once I write all those times that it goes on sale, I'll see the cycle of when it goes on sale and can then plan to stock up.

    Nelly

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    I don't have a book--I just keep it all in my head!

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