- Print coupons off of: Coupons.com, Wal-Mart.com, and Target.com. (You can stack a manufacterer’s coupon WITH store coupon AND use apps!)
- Mobile coupons: Target (including a special one for baby stuff!) will text you links to mobile coupons!
- Use apps: Target Cartwheel, Wal-Mart Savings Catcher, Ibotta, MobiSave (NEW), Receipt Hog (NEW), Snap (by Groupon) and Checkout51.
On any given trip I’ve been know to use (for one item) – a printed manufacturer coupon, a Target coupon (either mobile or printed), Target Cartwheel (gives you a percentage off of certain items), my Target RedCard (more on this below), and Ibotta or MobiSave (puts $$ in your PayPal account for certain items).
You can use the Ibotta app at PLENTY of places, including restaurants! MobiSave is my FAVE because you don’t have to build up to a certain amount before you cash in! So if you save only 60 cents – BAM it lands in your PayPal account which you can transfer to your bank account! Snap and Checkout51 are similar to Ibotta.
I’ve recently learned about the Wal-Mart Savings Catcher. You scan your receipt and it checks the circulars of other stores in your area and if someone has an item that you bought and it’s cheaper then you get the difference on an e-giftcard for Wal-Mart!
If you love Target as much as me, you should also think about getting their RedCard. I got the one that just links to my checking account (no credit checks) and you get 5% off of your entire bill. And you also get free shipping on their website! I also follow the blog Totally Target. He does all kinds of research on coupon stacking in store.
Do you use anything I haven’t mentioned? Do share!
See?? I really am the Crazy Coupon Lady!