Money Saving Apps
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Ok, so I’ve collected a list of money making and money saving apps that you can download and sign up for. Some of these are super cool I have a few favorites that I use pretty regularly.
Two I really love is QuickThoughts and Swagbucks. Quickthoughts are all in the name, taking quick surveys that you qualify for and get paid usually .50c to $1. You don’t have to spend a ton of time to earn a buck and the minimum cashout is $10 so you don’t have to wait forever for your money either!
I also love Shopkick. Shopkick allows you to find and scan items while you’re in the store. You don’t have to buy anything.
This would be a cool thing to use if you have kiddos and you need to keep them occupied while you shop. It’s like a scavenger hunt, and then they’re not bothering you while your shopping.
If you use my referral code oadsop during sign up on the ibotta app, I would receive a much appreciates little referral rebate!
No hard feelings if not of course 😉
Those are just a few but there are tons!! I went ahead and also categorized them into Rebates, Coupons, and Price Comparisons, and finally Surveys. That way you don’t have to look through the whole list if you’re interested in just a specific category.
I love the idea of taking surveys while I’m vegging out watching tv. I might as well be making money while I’m doing nothing!!
I’ve organized the list of money making and money saving apps into a few categories for ya’ll so that you don’t have to visit every single site to find the right one for you. Before you take a look at those though I’ve created some resources for those of you who are taking the plunge into getting your budget and/or debt under control.
These tools are something that I’ve been using regularly over the years, only before I put the time into creating these my list looked quite messier.
If you’re in the process of revamping your financial situation they will save you a lot of time and will help you to get more organized and I am making these available to ya’ll completely FREE so be sure to take advantage of them!
Alright, now that’s out of the way here is your list of money making and money saving apps, enjoy!
Ibotta – Keep receipt after shopping scan receipt and earn money back
Checkout51 – Similar to ibotta, but works at any store
SavingStar – Submit photo of receipt or link to loyalty card
Mobisave – Rebates on “ANY” items, and no cashout threshold
Bevrage – Get money back on “ANY” items but alcohol-specific
Shopkick – Find and scan items in stores, and earn “kicks”
Reciepthog – For scanning receipts 7 days within purchase date
Find & Save – Money back when spent a certain amount at Michaels
BerryCart – For vegan and vegetarian foods
Coupons and Price Comparisons
Spin to Win – for Kirkland stores
Apples2oranges – Calculates the best value between 2 items
Raise – Buy and sell gift cards at a discounted rate
Military Cost Cutters – Places that offer military discounts
Retailmenot – Coupons and promo codes
Kroger App – Exclusively for Kroger
Cartwheel – Exclusively for Target
Checkout51 – Offers change every Thursday and receipt must be submitted by Wednesday at midnight
Double Coupon Checker – Checks if double coupons are allowed
Favado – Checks deals for drugstores
Coupons.com App – Printable coupons
Savings Catcher – Check price comparison with Walmart and other competitors, and get the difference back in gift card
Price Jump – Checks price jumps of Amazon products
Redlaser – Scan barcode and get prices of an item at local stores to help find the best price
Gas Buddy – Finds the cheapest gas prices in your current location
Flipp – Finds coupons for products on your shopping list
Honey – Finds automatic promo codes in the shopping cart
Wikibuy – Similar to honey, auto finds promo codes for shopping cart items
Poshmark – Sell clothes you don’t want anymore, and buy name brands at discounted prices
Letgo – Similar to Poshmark but local items, like a mix between Craigslist and Poshmark
QuickThoughts – Quick surveys, usually paying $1, with a minimum payout of $10
Swagbucks – Get paid to play videos and earn Swagbucks
Alright, that’s it for the list of apps, though I’m sure there’s several more that I didn’t mention, these should be more than enough to help you out!
Check out my post on Creative Self-Employed jobs you can start today for more money making ideas!
I hope you found this post helpful, leave a comment below if you like these kinds of posts and I’ll be sure to keep creating more content with the stuff you love!
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