Any website to know offline market prices of grocery.

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Is there any website to know prices of grocery items like pulses, rice, etc. in offline market? I am shopping on bigbasket & I can’t judge whether I am buying at the right price or not.
For example, price of Imli(Tamarind) 500g on bigbasket is 78Rs. Any website to compare this price?

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U can compare with other websites like Spencer’s, grofers

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Sometimes visit local markets also… stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes

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animesh7785474 wrote:

Sometimes visit local markets also… stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes

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No other better option than visiting local and nearby Market.

If one keep on believing online prices , tags , offers , discounts than he is one of the BIGGEST FOOL.

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Common-man wrote:

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No other better option than visiting local and nearby Market.

If one keep on believing online prices , tags , offers , discounts than he is one of the BIGGEST FOOL.

The prices of grocery items keeps on varying. Any way to know wholesale prices online?

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rohan8397 wrote:

The prices of grocery items keeps on varying. Any way to know wholesale prices online?

Its  not for general  people  or small shopkeepers.
Online  commodity market prices Only  for  bulk buyers .

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I compare prices online among dmart ready/primenow/bigbasket .

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Vegetables can be bought cheaper offline many times. Only drawaback of this is that you have to pay by cash and hence no reward points.

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watever wrote:

Vegetables can be bought cheaper offline many times. Only drawaback of this is that you have to pay by cash and hence no reward points.

Cheaper… probably not. But fresher… definitely.

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Roushh wrote:

Cheaper… probably not. But fresher… definitely.

Okay that depends on which market you buy from and which city you live in.
Online prices are almost same everywhere, or atleast same for a city.

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Buying vegetables online should be just a No No

Online prices and freshness and quality can never match that of vegetable market.

Addicts will justify with silly arguments, but online vegetables a BIG

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Common-man wrote:

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No other better option than visiting local and nearby Market.

If one keep on believing online prices , tags , offers , discounts than he is one of the BIGGEST FOOL.

100% truth bhai

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Grofers and Big basket both are good.

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Offline prices at my local kirana store
For 1kg
Toor dal- 90 Rs.
Chana- 70 rs.
Toor- 80Rs.
Rajma – 100Rs.
Moong- 90Rs.
Are these prices ok?

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