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5 Of The Best Coupon Apps

There’s an app for everything these days, and this includes coupons and savings! So, pull out your mobile device, and get ready to put money back into your wallet by downloading some of the best coupon apps to help with groceries, retail, health, and other items!

Think of Ibotta as more of an instant rebate machine! It opens users up to a wide variety of categories and retailers! You can choose some products from the app’s list, which is updated weekly, complete some small tasks (i.e. watch a video or take a survey), then go shopping! Ensure you take a snapshot of your receipt for proof of purchase! Users are given self-select gift cards or cash as payments in return.

Checkout 51
The app is said to offer great deals, is easy to use, plus, you can access it from a home computer. Like the app above, Checkout 51 offers rebates, and you’ll need to provide a receipt to gain rewards. Every Thursdays, products are updated and items can be purchased from a wide range of retailers, including Whole Foods and Walmart. Note, users need to reach $20 in their Checkout 51 account before checks are issued.

Tired of clipping coupons? Download SnipSnap! Simply take a photo of a paper coupon, download it to the app, and it quickly turns into mobile-ready savings! Then, when you head to your store of choice, no need to be flipping through coupon books, or struggling with little pieces of paper; it’s all organized in your smartphone on the app!

Whether you are talking online shopping or in-store, RetailMeNot is the app to turn to. It offers over 500,000 discounts spanning over 50,000 retailers. You can tailor your location to where you are at any point in time, and store it in a “favorites” list. The best part? It’s easy to gain access to coupons! Hit your store, look for a coupon on the app, show the cashier (for scanning), and then save, save, save!

Grocery IQ
This app allows you to simply write out your groceries for the week, and it will pull out coupons that match products from your list. It draws offers from, and quickly downloads them to a supermarket loyalty card, or you can print them out! Perfect for people who buy the same products and stick with the same stores for weekly groceries.

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