New to couponing?
Here are a few free tools you'll need for savings:
- Ibotta: Probably the best of the bunch in my opinion, Ibotta lets you earn cash rebates on everything from brand name products to staples such as milk and fruit. You do have to complete certain tasks – such as posting to Facebook or watching an ad – to unlock the rebate. Then you simply snap a photo of your receipt to claim it.
- Checkout 51: This app also gives you cash back for your purchases, but the number of eligible items is much smaller than that offered by Ibotta. On the plus side, you don’t have to complete any tasks to unlock rebates. Simply purchase the item, snap a photo of the receipt and watch your account be credited.
- SavingStar: You don’t need a smart phone to use SavingStar. They also have a website where you can open an account and clip e-coupons. Your SavingStar account is linked to your grocery rewards card, and you receive a credit whenever you meet certain purchasing requirements.
The great thing about these apps is they let you double or even triple dip on your savings. Combine them with manufacturer and store coupons to maximize your money back.
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