A Gallup poll revealed that Americans spend over $150 per week on groceries. Thatâ€™s a lot of dough, for dough and other grocery items. In order to save you money, we’ve curated this helpful list of money-saving apps that can potentially save you some coin on your next trip to the grocery store.
This free app offers a database of millions of items. Accessible online on your home computer or your Google or Apple smartphone, Grocery IQ is an easy-to-use coupon app that can save you money on your groceries. Plus you can organize your shopping lists and share your grocery lists with others to coordinate shopping trips.
Launched in 2011, the SavingStar app now has 7 million users. And itâ€™s no secret why. The incentives are hard to beat. Users can earn cash back when they do their regular shopping at the grocery store. Thereâ€™s nothing to print or clip. Users can redeem their grocery offers by submitting a picture of the receipt. Itâ€™s that simple. The app is free and can be downloaded via the Apple Store or Google Play.
Downloadable on Google Play and the App Store, RetailMeNot connects shoppers with thousands of deals for stores and also restaurants. Backed by the Good Housekeeping Seal, RetailMeNot offers deals from over 50,000 different stores so that you will never miss a deal. You can also access the RetailMeNot app via your home computer and app for free.
This no-hassle website gives shoppers like you access to hundreds of regional and national coupons with no frustrating sign up or login process. Users can find coupons for items ranging from baby products and pharmacy goods to produce and pet supplies. If you need it, chances are that thereâ€™s a coupon.