# Resources: Sale Price Cheat Sheet/Rebate Tracker

Sales Price Cheat Sheet:

When I go shopping, sometimes there’s some confusion as to when an item is listed 4/\$5 or 5/\$3 etc. and how much the item costs by itself. Of course the marketers want to you purchase said amount and it may seem like a great deal ,but sometimes it may or may not be.

I’m not much of a mathematician so I used to carry around a small calculator to help figure out the cost quickly- to see whether it really was worth buying at the indicated amount.Then I found a Cheat Sheet that broke it all down for me making it quite quicker and I refer to it a lot, in fact, I printed it out and have a copy in my Couponizer so I’m never without it! It’s become an invaluable tool that helps me save more by making smarter decisons :

Sale Price Cheat Sheet Breakdown:

2/\$1 = \$0.50
2/\$2 = \$1
2/\$3 = \$1.50
2/\$4 = \$2
2/\$5 = \$2.50
2/\$6 = \$3
2/\$7 = \$3.50
2/\$8 = \$4
2/\$9 = \$4.50
2\$10 = \$5

3/\$1 = \$0.33
3/\$2 = \$0.66
3/\$4 = \$1.34
3/\$5 = \$1.66
3/\$6 = \$2
3/\$7 = \$2.33
3/\$8 = \$2.67
3/\$9 = \$3
3/\$10 = \$3.33

4/\$1 = \$0.25
4/\$2 = \$0.50
4/\$3 = \$0.75
4/\$5 = \$1.25
4/\$6 = \$1.50
4/\$7 = \$1.75
4/\$8 = \$2
4/\$9 = \$2.25
4/\$10 = \$2.50

5/\$1 = \$0.20
5/\$2 = \$0.40
5/\$3 = \$0.60
5/\$4 = \$0.80
5/\$6 = \$1.20
5/\$7 = \$1.40
5/\$8 = \$1.60
5/\$9 = \$1.80
5/\$10 =\$2

6/\$1 = \$0.17
6/\$2 = \$0.33
6/\$3 = \$0.50
6/\$4 = \$0.67
6/\$5 = \$0.83
6/\$7 = \$1.17
6/\$8 = \$1.33
6/\$9 = \$1.50
6/\$10 =\$1.67

7/\$1 = \$0.14
7/\$2 = \$0.29
7/\$3 = \$0.43
7/\$4 = \$0.57
7/\$5 = \$0.71
7/\$6 = \$0.86
7/\$8 = \$1.14
7/\$9 = \$1.29
7/\$10 =\$1.43

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Keeping Track of your Rebates Online:

Do you need to remember how much money you’ve saved using rebates, and which ones are still pending? Or maybe how much you actually paid for items after rebate, coupons, and postage costs are deducted? This freeware will enable you to better track your rebate mailings. After entering the what, where, when, and how much of your rebates, you’ll have a clear record of your rebate activity, as well as the net costs of your purchases.