A New Year often ignites an urge for people to save money. Whether it’s from overspending during the holidays or a determination to finally make this year the year to get out of debt, Americans are making budgets and pledging to stick to it.
Groceries and household products are often one of the largest expenses each month for a family. The following is a list of 6 apps that will help you save money on these products.
Apps to Help You Save Money
KeyRing – Probably one of my favorite organization apps. In lieu of toting around all of those loyalty cards, I use Key Ring to store all of my card info in one place. And at the store? I pull up the card, and the clerk scans the barcode. Easy peasy.
Berry Cart – Select a deal, but it in the store, and submit a photo of your receipt. Berry Cart will pay you cash (via PayPal or gift cards) for purchasing healthy food, such as organic or vegan.
Red Laser – Simply scan an item’s barcode and this app will compare prices for you at other nearby stores or website.
Retale – Receive coupons and circulars from stores in your area to your phone with this app. Retale includes deals from Target, Walmart, Kohl’s, CVS, JCPenney, Best Buy, Ace Hardware, Toys R Us, Staples, and many more.
Favado – This app from Savings.com has grown quite popular. Use this app to search and compare your favorite stores to find the best deals. Favado has the tools to turn a casual saver into an expert saver.*
Using one or more of these apps for a short time each week will help you to save big on your grocery bill.
Are you familiar with any of these apps? Do you use apps to help you save money?