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    The Grocery Game Debuts ‘Under $1 Deal Widget’

    Widget for blogs and websites instantly shows grocery and drugstore deals

    Grocery savings website TheGroceryGame.com has launched its newest widget for blogs and websites looking to engage and increase traffic with premium content offering up-to-date information on where to get local grocery and drugstore deals for under $1.

    The all new "Under $1 Deal" widget can be placed on nearly any blog or website, and will keep visitors updated on the latest under $1 deals and grocery savings by listing these items at their local grocery and drugstores, according to the company. The widget automatically displays under $1 Deals in the blog/website owner's default zip code when visitors first load the page, but they can change the zip code to automatically view deals in their own areas.

    "I think grocery shoppers have always had a special love for grocery deals under $1," said Teri Gault, founder and CEO of TheGroceryGame.com. "Our widget is unique and we're proud to have built it. This is powerful content for blogs and websites looking to provide grocery shoppers with information they really want."

    The key benefits of the Grocery Game's "Under $1 Deal Widget" include:

    • Seamless integration: Copy and paste the code into any blog or website.
    • Customization and personalization: Each widget is personalized by a default zip code, and can be changed to a visitor's zip code; custom pixel sizes upon request.
    • Real deals in real stores: The widget provides deals in local stores.

    Los Angeles-based The Grocery Game publishes Teri's List, a weekly online compilation of the lowest-priced products at local supermarkets and drugstores, which matches manufacturers' coupons, online coupons and advertised and unadvertised sales and sales trends. The Grocery Game provides access to hundreds of printable coupons and manufacturer coupons that can be sent to store loyalty cards.

     

     

     

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