Are you tired of lugging those heavy books of coupons around the stores with you? You’re not alone. While couponing can save some serious moola, it can also be a big headache. There’s all the clipping, organizing, storing and purging of expired coupons to deal with. Not to mention that it can get quite confusing during checkout when you’re trying to pull out all the coupons you need. Good news – you don’t have to do that anymore! That’s right, apps have taken the place of all those cluttered coupons in your purse. Here are the details on some of the most popular savings apps for iPhone and Android.
SnipSnap is a revolutionary tool when it comes to coupons. Rather than having only electronic coupons on your phone, you can actually snap a picture of your coupons, save them to your phone and redeem them at most stores. Not only will you have your coupons handy without shuffling through lots of paper, but you’ll have their excellent tracking tools as well. The app sends expiration date alerts to let you know when your coupons are about to expire.
Target has great deals every day, but they send out coupons twice a month, too. Now, you can get alerts to the best deals the store has to offer and their coupons by using their smartphone app. Use it to shop online after you get your payday loans, and manage your Target gift cards right from the app. If you’re a frequent shopper at this store, this app is a must have.
The Yowza app lets you know about coupons and deals in your area that you can’t find anywhere else. Many of the coupons come directly from the merchants and manufacturers, so you know you’ll be able to use them. Save the coupons to your phone and let the cashier scan them right from your screen. It couldn’t be easier to use this app!
The Coupons App
This handy app sends you daily deals and has a coupon database that gets updated every day. Share coupons with your friends and save them for later. The database is easily searchable – you can even do it by voice while you shop. Like the other coupon apps, just bring the coupon up on your phone for the cashier to scan.
Aren’t you glad that you don’t have to deal with the fussiness of paper coupons in order to save money? All you need are a few apps and your smartphone, and you’re good to go.