Today I want to share with you 5 of my favorite grocery apps that I use to earn cash back when shopping, and one for sales.
My first and favorite app is the “Walmart Savings Catcher”. Love this app, it catches what I miss when price matching. From what I was told by a cashier, Walmart is going to stop letting you price match in person. You will have to use the app.
This next one is “Checkout 51”. Easy app to use, and I could make more money on it if I used more of the items on their list. Some of the items you can get as much as $3.00 back on a single item.
Next on the list is “Ibotta”. I haven’t earned much from this one either. I think that this is the app that the more you buy it suppose to become more tailored to what you like.
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Ibotta even has a referral link where you can earn $$ when friends join, and use the app.
Next app on the list is “Snap”. This one works the same way as the other 2, when you buy items on the list you earn cash back.
With snap you can also earn cash back when friends join using your special referral link.
Last cash back app is “SavingStar”. This app is used two ways, some stores you will upload your receipt, then cash out when ready, and other stores require you to load it on your store loyalty cards and receive discount at checkout.
This last app “Favado” is a mobile savings app that notifies you when your favorite items are on sale. You pick your stores, and it shows a list of items on sale for the week.
Favado not only shows the sale items but it also lets you know if there is a manufacturer coupon, and which insert, and the date the insert came out.
There is even an option to print a coupon. Very handy app to have. Do you have a favorite grocery app different then one of these? If so I would love to hear about it.