With the holidays rapidly approaching, you’re going to need to put aside some cash for presents, parties and nights out. If you’re not great at budgeting and need some easy ways to save, ApartmentGuide.com has got your answer. Check out these apps to easily save money on everyday items, squirrel away spare change and even save some bucks on those presents you need to buy.
Do you regularly shop for groceries? Perhaps you hit up your home improvement store or shop online? There’s an app for that. Ibotta lets you shop at your favorite stores and offers rebates against products you buy. You can get your rebates via your PayPal account, or even in the form of gift cards for shops like Amazon or iTunes. Click here to signup and get an extra $10 with your first rebate.
Did you know most supermarkets and shops offer coupons online? Many of them can come right to you if you sign up for their mailing lists. National chains such as Walmart, Kroger, Target and others have apps that allow you to download coupons with the click of a button. Additionally, there are apps like Flipp that allow you to search for your nearest deals. Don’t want to go digital? Make sure you check out how to get the maximum in savings from this beginner’s guide to couponing.
Companies are always looking for ways to entice new users to their apps and online purchasing. Getting an invite can ensure you get the most bang for your buck. Use the links below to get anything from money off your first purchase to free rides around town.
Let’s face it — buying everything you need for that meal you want to make can get expensive. Between buying sauces and spices you’ll never use again, it can really eat a hole in your wallet. Fortunately, there are companies that can deliver everything you need for a gourmet meal to your door, and the introductory prices are cheaper than buying the groceries. Plus, you can cancel after the first box if you don’t love it. Try Hello Fresh and get $40 off your first box by entering the code 24EUFV, or save $30 on your first box with Home Chef by clicking this link.
Sure, you can put your money into a savings account, but sometimes it’s difficult to remember. When it comes to savings, using an app like Acorns could really help boost your ability to save. Essentially, the app is connected to your bank account and suggests “round-ups” from recent purchases you’ve made. Surprisingly, 30 cents here and 47 cents there really starts to add up, and everything you invest is automatically diversified across 7,000 stocks and bonds to help improve your return. Click here and start your savings portfolio.
Are you looking for ways to save some money for the holidays? Maybe you just want to spend less so you have more to spend elsewhere. Let us know what tips work best for you and if there are any favorite apps we’ve missed. Happy saving!