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Share Share Share Some families may have been celebrating their birthdays in a big way at home with family dinner ideas and family dollar coupons.
Others may have started their day by playing video games.
For many, the dollar is their first real experience of spending on food.
Here are some of the ways to use the dollar as a way to pay for groceries, rent, and even to make purchases.1.
Buy groceries online.
You may not think of buying groceries online, but you can.
Google, Amazon, and Target all offer a wide variety of grocery stores, and some even offer grocery delivery.
Amazon Prime members can even buy groceries from the company’s online store and pick them up in person from a nearby store.
If you’re not interested in buying online, you can also buy groceries directly from local grocery stores in your area, including the following locations: Grocery Co-op (Middletown, New York) Gulf Market (Chesapeake, Virginia) Kroger (New York City) Walmart (St. Louis, Missouri) Food Basics (Dallas, Texas) Fresh Market (Dallas) Empire Grocery (Washington, D.C.)
Honey & Oats (San Antonio) Walgreens (Houston) Bacardi (Fort Worth, Texas ) Target (San Francisco) Blue Apron (Austin) Chevron (San Diego) Hooters (Austin, Texas Walgreens (Los Angeles) Vegas Outlet (Orange County, California) Chop Suey (Atlanta) Deli/Deli Supermarket (San Jose, California Doritos (Denver) Rancho Santa Margarita (Las Vegas) Caffe Nero (San Juan, Puerto Rico) Home Depot (Detroit) Sears (Philadelphia) Albertsons (Chicago) Fred Meyer (Atlanta)