3 Best Money Saving Apps

There seems to be a plethora of apps and sites, these days, that advertise big savings. The worst are the ones that advertise savings by coupons, but when you click on them, it's an endless cycle of links and sites asking for your info before you ever get to the actual coupon! I'm way more straightforward. I want to save money but I don't want to have to jump through hoops or have to keep putting in my personal information. If you feel similarly, you might enjoy the list I've compiled of the 3 very best money saving apps.
Ibotta: This app is so super easy! So far, I've earned nearly $60 cash back and I don't really have to DO anything other than scan my receipt in the app and make sure it recorded all my offer purchases. I can cash out at $20, which really takes no time at all to reach, and they direct deposit the cash back into my checking account. Some of the offers are good more than one time. For example, today I bought two 150 oz. jugs of laundry detergent. I had a coupon that came on the jug for $3 off. Additionally, there was an Ibotta offer for $2 off, and since I bought two jugs, I actually got $4 off - on top of my store coupon of $3 off. I spent $7 for 300 oz. of laundry detergent!

Ibotta has offers at tons of different stores, including online shopping as well. Use my link to sign up and you get a $10 welcome bonus! Who can't use a little free money?

Poshmark:  I've talked about Poshmark in a previous post, but it definitely makes this list so I will mention it again. Not only have I made almost $700 from selling clothes and accessories I don't wear and would have ended up throwing away or donating, but I've also scored some pretty amazing deals! My most recent was a pair of Under Armour sneakers. This particular pair had been worn once, but you would never know. They retail for over $100, though I did find them online for $89.99. That was the very cheapest I could find. I purchased them from a seller on Poshmark for $33!! That is a huge savings for a name brand that is basically brand new! Use my code Jamison12306 when you sign up and get $5!
Honey: This isn't really an app - it's a Chrome extension, but it's awesome! When you do any online shopping, before you checkout, Honey tells you if you can save money on your purchase by going through any discounts, coupon codes, etc. to get you the very best deal! Honey takes away the need to randomly search the internet, looking for coupon codes for whatever purchase you are making because it does all of that for you! You just sit back and let it run through codes to see which gives your the best and biggest discount, and then you check out as usual. 

And there you have it! Three of the best ways to save (or make) money with little to no effort!

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