Ibotta is a coupon app that most use for groceries. If you are already buying food anyways, why not check to see if you can get easy cash back? They’ve got offers for a whole lot more though. There are deals for money back when you spend a certain amount at stores like Famous Footwear, Aeropostale, and the Gap. There are also coupons for makeup, household items, even diapers.
If you plan to do your Christmas shopping online, go through Ebates first. You’ll get cash back just for clicking on the store on their site. They have a ton of stores with a variety of cash back percentages. This site has been around for years (I’ve been a member since 2001), so you know they’re legit.
The Walmart Savings Catcher basically checks prices at all the surrounding stores and if it finds a lower price, you get the difference back. Not bad if you are shopping there anyways.
If you shop at Target and don’t have the Cartwheel app, slap yourself. Browse or search for items, add them, and save money. It’s so simple. Most items are 5%-15% off, but they do have savings up to 50%, with lots of deals around the holidays.
The app allows you to browse products and find deals at stores. You also earn kicks or points when you walk into certain stores. Kicks can also be earned for scanning products and sometimes be found when browsing the app. These kicks can then be cashed out for gift cards.
Another grocery cash back app. This one is not as good as Ibotta, but it’s still free money, so why not try it? The only downside to this one is that they send a check via mail when you cash out. Every one else offers Paypal or gift cards.
If you’ve used the site, you know that it’s a huge coupon site. The app works the same way, but allows you to use the coupons instore when shopping.
And yet another grocery coupon app. This one has gotten better over time. You can either link you store loyalty card or upload receipts.
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