The following tricks get you to spend more:
Supermarket often place the higher –priced items at eye level. Products in end-of-aisle displays may appear to be discounted, but they might not be. Stores will stock expensive children’s cereals –a their eye level—and candy in the same aisle. Some stores regularly rearrange merchandise on their shelves to pique your interest in new products. Precut fruits and vegetables may save time, but they always come at a steeper price. Some supermarkets tempt you with free samples of precooked takeout meals like roasted chicken or potato salad. These dishes are convenient, but expensive. Stores stock party snacks in the same aisle. Chips, dips and sodas are sold side by side so you might buy more than you need.