I’m a savings expert – here are my six favorite couponing sites and apps… – The US Sun

MANY savvy savers take advantage of coupons and cashback offers to slash their shopping bills, but where do they find all these deals? 

TikTok user FreebiesAndMore has demystified some of her saving strategies, calling out her six favorite sources for coupons and deals in two videos

TikToker @FreebiesAndMore highlights coupon and cashback apps that can generate hundreds in savings.

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TikToker @FreebiesAndMore highlights coupon and cashback apps that can generate hundreds in savings.

Julia Belkin, the account owner, regularly shows off discounts and deals from major brands.

Using some of Julia’s recommendations, anyone can start saving like an expert on groceries, household essentials, and more.

1. Coupons.com

One of the oldest still-active couponing websites, Coupons.com is still a great source for finding hundreds of dollars worth of savings. 

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The site has digital and printable coupons offering discounts on everything from food to cleaning supplies to personal care items.

You can also download the Coupons.com app for additional convenience.  

2. Lozo

Primarily a grocery couponing resource, Lozo compiles coupons from 19 major stores including Kroger, Target, and Stop & Shop.

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The site has a great feature that lets you build a grocery list and see what coupons are available for each item you’re planning to buy.

3. Proctor & Gamble

Through the company’s “P&G Good Everyday” initiative, Proctor & Gamble offers printable coupons and digital promo codes.

You can find savings from any of P&G’s subsidiary brands, like Tide, Vicks, Bounty, and more. 

The selection is limited to P&G products, but they manufacture so many different items that you shouldn’t have trouble finding useful coupons.  

4. Ibotta

Ibotta mostly functions as a cashback app, so you’ll need to scan your receipt after shopping to get the best deals as opposed to clipping coupons beforehand. 

You can also get cashback when you shop online with dozens of major retailers.

According to Ibotta, its users save an average of $150 per year. 

5. Fetch Rewards 

Another cashback app, Fetch also gives you rewards for snapping photos of your receipts. 

You’ll earn points for every receipt you upload based on how much you spent, and you can cash those points in for gift cards.

Every purchase earns at least 25 Fetch points, with big bonuses on products from Fetch’s hundreds of partner brands

Every 1,000 points are worth $1 in gift card value, and you can withdraw starting at $3. 

6. Tada

Tada follows the same cashback app formula as Ibotta and Fetch, offering up to 20% cashback from some major brands. 

Julia also notes that you can scan the same receipt on all three apps, and potentially earn three cashback deals on the same purchases. 

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If you’re looking for even more coupon and cashback sites, we’ve got you covered with this list, although Ibotta makes a repeat appearance.

And another TikTok couponer found a way to snag great deals on beauty products from Ulta.

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