5 Apps to Increase Back-to-School Savings

One of the best ways to save on back-to-school shopping is taking advantage of coupons, rewards and all the deals & sales that you can find.

No clue where to get these?  Well, there are several mobile apps that can help you find the best prices, collect discounts and receive cash-back offers.

Keep on reading `coz I’ve rounded up a list of these helpful apps.

1. Ebates

This site has a long-standing reputation for giving cashback on your online purchases.  Earn as much as 40% cash back and save more money through coupons from more than 2,000 retailers including Walmart, Target, Macy’s, etc. Signing up is free!

2. ShopSavvy 

To make sure that you’re getting the best deals and prices, you need the help of a trusty price comparison app like ShopSavvy.  Sign up for free and get every local and online sale and compare prices.  The app has a built in scanner that uses your mobile phone’s camera.  Just scan barcodes and QR codes when you’re out shopping and the app will show you the lowest prices and the best deals.  The app also lets you see what’s on sale at the stores near you.

3. Shopular

Download Shopular for free to get weekly deals, sales, marked down items, coupons and ads from your favorite stores like Target, Walmart, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Best Buy, Hobby Lobby, H&M, Forever 21 and many, many more!

4. Flok

Take back-to-school shopping season as a chance to discover nearby businesses with loyalty programs and clubs near you.  Aside from retailers, the app also offers programs from restaurants, coffee shops, salons and more.

5. Retale (may be out of business now)

This app is just like Shopular that shows weekly deals, coupons and ads at your favorite stores.  But unlike Shopular, you can create shopping lists and alerts for specific products, as well as easily find store locations and opening hours.

About Toni Marie

Toni is a regular contributing author on Guest Money Blog. In addition to writing about money topics, she also likes to write about relationships and health.
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