Yes, you can save money on milk! First, buy the largest size of fluid milk that you will use in four to five days. Ounce for ounce, a gallon of milk is usually much cheaper than a half-gallon or quart. Check milk prices at discount drug stores, convenience stores, and gas stations, too – they’re often lower than grocery store prices. You can save even more by keeping a box of non-fat dry milk on hand. Non-fat dry milk costs less than fluid milk, makes a great emergency food, and keeps up to 3 years if stored tightly in a cool, dry place. When you mix non-fat dry milk according to package directions, it’s great for cooking and baking, You can also mix it half and half with fresh milk for drinking. Plan ahead and save!