A couple months ago, I did a 3 part series on finding the best coupons available. A few weeks back I did a post on a few more coupon apps that will save you more money. And today, I am back with even more coupon apps that will stretch your grocery budget further. Let’s get started downloading to save, save, save.
Favado is an app that helps you save in quite a few ways. First off, Favado will let you know when the items you routinely buy are on sale. Favado will also price compare for you on your favorite items as well. The app will let you know what stores in your area have the best deal on the items you are shopping for routinely. Favado will also comprise your shopping list and let you know what printable coupons and what electronic coupons are available as well. Favado also will let you know what sales circulars have your favorite items on sale for the upcoming week.
Grocery IQ is more of a helpful app that will save you time and money. If you usually print off your coupons at Coupons.com, you’re in luck. If you have not officially “joined” Coupons.com, go ahead and sign up as a user and link your store loyalty cards. Once you compose your grocery shopping list, Grocery IQ will match what is on your list with a coupon if one is available. It is helpful if you add items that you buy most often to Grocery IQ’s “Favorites” list. This awesome app even lets you organize what’s on your list by aisle so you can get in and out of the grocery store faster.
Grocery Smarts is one of my favorite apps. For those of you that refer to a price book to keep your grocery budget low, this app is for you. This is my favorite feature of the Grocery Smarts app. However, there are more features too. Grocery Smarts will give you the best price for the item you are shopping for as well as all the coupons available for that item.
Oh my! This is such a cool app. You know how you may have a paper coupon but forget to bring it to the store to use? Snip Snap lets you scan the coupon into your phone so you can leave your paper coupons at home. So you just show the cashier, your coupon’s barcode at checkout, and savings are applied. And if by chance, you do not have any coupons, Snip Snap will search their massive coupon database for one that matches the product you are buying.
Do you use any of these apps? Do you have any favorite apps that save you money consistently? Let’s hear about them.