The best day of the week to buy avocados, coffee, hot sauce and more

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The best day of the week to buy avocados, coffee, hot sauce and more
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We’ve all heard the stereotypes about millennials who can’t get enough of avocados, coffee and hot sauce!

Now, the shopping app Ibotta has analyzed 65 million purchases made since 2012 to help millennials save money on the items they love the most.

Read on for the best days to save on these grocery store favorites!

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Ibotta reveals the best and worst days to buy millennial 

Avocados

Avocados

  • Best day to buy: Wednesday
  • Worst day to buy: Sunday
  • Price difference: 25%

Coffee

  • Best day to buy: Wednesday
  • Worst day to buy: Sunday
  • Price difference: 8%

Craft beer

Craft beer

  • Best day to buy: Thursday
  • Worst day to buy: Sunday
  • Price difference: 14%

Hot sauce

Hot sauce

  • Best days to buy: Friday/Saturday
  • Worst day to buy: Sunday
  • Price difference: 11%

Quinoa

Quinoa

  • Best day to buy: Thursday
  • Worst day to buy: Monday
  • Price difference: 15%

Rosé

Rose

  • Best day to buy: Wednesday
  • Worst day to buy: Tuesday
  • Price difference: 9%

Millennials prefer to shop at Whole Foods, Sprouts, Fresh Market, Costco and Target, the study found.

If you’re not familiar, Ibotta is a cash back mobile app that rewards shoppers for buying select products at grocery stores and other major retailers.

As of November, the company says it’s celebrating $250 million in cash rewards to its users.

I’ve earned more than $1,700 with Ibotta since I joined in May 2014. Learn more about the strategies I use to get the most out of the app!

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Mike Timmermann About the author:
Michael Timmermann paid off his mortgage in two years. Now, he shares his money-saving tips on his blog, Save on Almost Everything.
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