Have you ever wondered how to save money without clipping coupons? Today I am going to show you how easy it is to save money without clipping a single coupon! If you do coupon then this is going to save you even more money. However, if you don’t coupon, then this easy money saving hack will help you save money without ever clipping a coupon.
You can save money at the grocery store, retail stores and restaurants!
Easy Couponing TIPS for People Who Don’t Coupon:
1. Easy Money Saving Apps
There are a ton of money saving apps apps for your cell phone that can save you a ton of money. I think these are the easiest and quickest way to save money at grocery stores, retail stores and restaurants. These are so simply and not a single coupon to clip!
I use this for an easy tip on how to score free produce without any coupons!!!
2. Checkout 51
With Checkout 51 you can shop at ANY store – just take a picture of your receipt (or pictures for longer receipts) and submit them online. You can even submit your receipt if you shop online – simply use your packing slip as your receipt. You can also use coupons in conjunction with the Checkout 51 deals, maximizing your savings!
Make sure you read my post on how to use checkout 51.
This app is for Target shoppers. Download the Target Cartwheel App for additional ways to save at Target on the things you already buy! You can browse hundreds of offers with discounts of 5-50% off every area of the store. Just add an offer to your Cartwheel list, scan your barcode in store, and save. Simple! Cartwheel can be used with REDcard savings, Target mobile coupons and manufacturer coupons for even more savings!
4. Savings Star
Every Tuesday a new Healthy Savings Star offer comes out for 20% off. This week the offer is for 20% off corn. This is a great resource for items you do not see coupons for such as produce. Learn more about the Savings Star App here.
These offers change and include a wide range of items that often include produce. It’s worth checking out each week to save on fruits and vegetables and more!
Ibotta is a free app available to iPhone and Android users. Retailers such as Walmart, Target, Walgreens, CVS and Homeland – some of your local favorite stores accept Ibotta. Get your hands on extra discounts you need by taking a survey, reading facts about the product, posting to your Facebook or watching a brief commercial.
There is no need to scan your phone to get your savings. Once you shop, just take a picture of your receipt or scan the UPC code and upload it to your account and within 48 hours your PayPal account will be credited. You get cash back on your PayPal account!
Read my entire post on how to use ibotta.
Favado is one of my favorite money saving apps. Even if you aren’t a couponer, Favado will help you find the very best sales on the items you need – you can save approximately 30% without using coupons! This app helps you stop overspending on items you buy everyday by notifying you when they are on sale.
Just register for Favado and downloaded the app. You can select 10 of your favorite stores (like Homeland, Walmart, Target, etc).
BerryCart is one of the newest money saving apps out there. This app is all about finding you the best deals on organic, gluten-free, or non-GMO foods. Through BerryCart you’ll learn all about these natural products plus hear the stories behind some of the top products and brands.
You can use BerryCart at over 25,000 retailers nationwide including: Target, Whole Foods and Sprouts, to name a few. To earn savings through BerryCart, all you have to do is snap a picture of your receipt from a valid retailer. Your reward can be cashed in for gift cards or cash through PayPal.
See… I told you it was easy!
You can do this, even if you don’t want to coupon. Now, if you do want to coupon, you are going to save even more money. But if you are now a couponer, you can save some serious money just with these easy tips.
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