I have had trouble with my cell phone service for awhile with T-Mobile and since our contract was up in July we decided to switch carriers. I was kind of sad to say goodbye to T-Mobile. My husband and I had T-Mobile since we were engaged back in 2005, my husband had them even longer than that. I hate getting new phones. It always takes forever for me to get used to the new look and feel and even longer for me to get all my apps back on my phone. Here are all the money saving apps I like on my phone.
Top 10 Money Saving Apps
Gas Buddy– This app helps you find the cheapest gas in your area or wherever you are. Very helpful. I found a gas station in my area that had very cheap gas and never even realized the station was there. They don’t have their gas prices out on a sign and they are kind of tucked back behind a Walgreen’s.
Target Cartwheel– This is an awesome app that Target came out with. It gives you a 5-10% discount that you can stack on top of store coupons or mobile coupons, manufacturer coupons, AND still get your 5% off with your Target Red Card.
SavingStar– Saves you money on groceries. 100% digital eCoupons. These coupons are tied to your store’s saving card.
- SavingStar– Android and iPhone
Checkout 51 Get the latest coupon, see the weekly savings, locate stores near you, check your gift card balance, and much more!
Joann Fabrics– Access exclusive mobile coupons with a single tap within the app. View upcoming coupons to help you plan your next trip.Browse the weekly sales flyer for even more great deals. Find just what you’re looking for with a search in the product catalog, plus you will access to customer reviews.
Shopkicks– Get rewarded for the shopping you already do, both at home and at the store. Earn kicks (reward points) just for walking into stores like Target, Macy’s, Best Buy, Old Navy, American Eagle and Crate&Barrel. Get even more kicks when you scan items and make purchases. You’ll also find great products, discounts and deals in the app that you can browse from anywhere.
Ibotta– Ibotta allows you to earn cash each time you shop.Before shopping, choose your offers by completing tasks in the Ibotta Product Gallery. Choose your earning level for each product offer by completing as many tasks as you like such as reading a fact, answering a trivia question, watching a video, etc. Once you complete at least one task per product offer, the product offer is automatically added to your shopping list on the Ibotta app so you can earn money for purchasing the item. At the store scan the item to double check you are getting the right item. After checking out, upload a picture of your receipt. After a couple days your rebate will be awarded!!!
Swagbucks TV– Let’s you watch Swagbucks videos for points. Every few videos gives you 2 Swagbucks. Good thing to do while you are waiting in line, on a lunch break, or any other down time. You don’t have to enter a code or anything, so sometimes if I am on Wi-fi I just let it run without really watching it.
BerryCart. This app is for rebates on organic and clean eating food!
Out of Milk– This is not really a “couponing” or frugal app. I love this app because it lets me keep track of my stockpile. More than one time I would buy more of something, and then go home and realize that I already had a good supply of that item. Unless the extra amount is a moneymaker- it is a waste of money in my opinion. You simply scan the items in your stockpile and add how many you have. You are able to create a shopping list with the app as well, but I don’t use that function. Once every couple weeks I go back into the app and do an “inventory” to reflect usage.
Which money saving apps do you use? Let me know in the comments!