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  1. Flipp

 Every week our mailbox fills up with numerous adds that end up on the kitchen counter, wasting paper and a making a mess. Flipp shows you the weekly circulars for your area according to your zip code at your fingertips. When I put in my zip code, 64 circularspop up, ranging from grocery stores to department stores. Most of the flyers are interactive, which allows you to see the product detail, if the product has a coupon, and the ability to “clip” an item. Lets say you want M&Ms at Walgreens. You click on the item to clip it and this will put a yellow circle around it and add it to your shopping cart (grocery list), as shown below.

This also makes it easy if you are price matching at other stores. No hassle forgetting your ads at home, they are in your back pocket. You can simply show the cashier the item on your phone in the Flipp app, and they will price match it for you. According to the Google Play Store “Flipp has been named a top shopping app to help save money in over 350 publications including TechCrunch, ABC News, Forbes, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Marilyn Denis Show, CP24, The Globe and Mail, and Metro News. Top Mom Bloggers are calling Flipp their “shopping buddy”, the “go-to app for saving money”, their “best friend” and a “life saver”.
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  1. I Botta

Save money on every day purchases at thousands of grocery stores, retail locations & top apps. Before you go shopping, find and add cash back rebates, go shopping, and redeem. You will need to scan the product barcode and your receipt in order to get the cash back. Cash out via PayPal, Venmo or choose from a variety of gift cards once you hit 20 bucks cash back. It may seem a lot, but you get it very quick. While signing up, enter the promo code mz3yoq to earn even more cash. There is no cap as to how much you can earn! 

  1. Cartwheel

Target already has amazing prices, but the Cartwheel app from Target allows you to apply even more discounts! These are hidden discounts for only those that have the app. Download the app, ad the discounts to your list, shop, and at the checkout show your phone to the cashier so they can apply the discounts. For instance, this week when you buy $100 worth of Target brand diapers, you get a $20 gift card…but on the cartwheel app it has a deal of 5% off Target brand diapers. So you can apply the two and get more diapers for the same price!

 

  1. Wal-Mart


Wal-Mart is also known for their low prices, but on their app they have what is called the Savings Catcher, that gives you money back! If Wal-Mart finds a lower price in your area of something you purchased from them, they will give you the difference on a gift card. Lets say you buy Mint Oreos at Wal-Mart and they were $3.00, but you didn’t know that at Target they were on sale for $2.50. Wal-Mart will give you that $0.50. Download the app, shop, and scan your receipt! It’s that easy.

 

  1. Checkout51

This app is similar to I Botta and saves you money on every day purchases. Before you go shopping, find and add cash back rebates, go shopping, and redeem. You will need to scan the product barcode and your receipt in order to get the cash back. Cash out via PayPal, Venmo or choose from a variety of gift cards once you hit 20 bucks cash back. This one is a little harder because sometimes it asks for you to buy multiple of an item to get cash back and with living in a tiny apartment we don’t have the storage.

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