The use of digital coupons has exploded in recent years, and experts estimate worldwide redemption rates will reach 31 billion in 2019, compared to 16 billion in 2014.
In fact, digital coupon usage has increased every year since 2012, while paper coupon usage has decreased, according to the 2016 Valassis Coupon Intelligence Report released earlier this year.
While we wait for nationwide access to manufacturers’ coupons, here are six top mobile tools that make it easy for shoppers to save money on groceries and other everyday expenses.
Receive cash back on grocery purchases ranging from condiments to almond milk to fresh produce with Checkout 51.
Target shoppers can save more on their weekly hauls with the Cartwheel app, which offers rotating savings on everything from food to apparel to home goods.
This free app offers digital savings to thousands of retailers, restaurants and service providers, with savings like 10% off from World Market and $1 off select products from Dollar General.
The app also identifies available coupons which can be printed directly from the app or sent via email for at-home printing.