Dosh
Source: Dosh Facebook

Dosh is a cash back app that can save you money on purchases, even hotel stays.

What Are the Best Couponing Apps Today? Save Money and Get Rewards

Kathryn Underwood - Author
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Sep. 14 2022, Published 1:52 p.m. ET

Most people wouldn’t turn down free money or easier ways to save money. Paper coupons are mostly a relic of the past, as consumers turn to smartphones for saving. In addition to budgeting apps, a wide range of couponing apps exist now to make saving money on your favorite products easier. Here’s a look at some of the best couponing apps in 2022.

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Some couponing apps are specific to one store, while others offer guidance and deals for many different retailers. They also may offer either direct savings on purchases or some sort of rewards after you buy.

Target

The Target app includes Target Circle — it used to be called Cartwheel — and shows customers deals both online and in-store. Using this app earns you 1 percent cash back on purchases, in addition to notifying you of specific deals that may interest you.

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target circle savings
Source: Target Facebook

Ibotta

Unlike other couponing apps that offer discounts on select products, Ibotta pays cash-back rewards for your purchases. You do have to sign up for cash-back offers, then activate the ones you want prior to purchasing. Ibotta pays rewards for purchases at major retailers like Chewy, Kohl’s, Walmart, and Home Depot. It also has terrific rewards on grocery purchases.

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Rakuten

If you’re looking for cash-back rewards, Rakuten is another great choice. You can search for deals across categories and retailers for coupons and cash-back offers. Rakuten is available via its app, website, or browser extension. Brands like Macy’s, Best Buy, JCPenney, and over 3,500 others partner with Rakuten.

Honey

Honey is primarily a Chrome browser extension, which automatically searches for coupon codes when you shop over 30,000 websites. There’s also the Honey Smart Shopping Assistant mobile app.

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honey app
Source: Honey Facebook

If you want to take your time shopping, Honey will let you add items to your Droplist, then notify you of a price drop. It can even compare Amazon’s prices (including shipping costs) to other prices online.

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Dosh

Another great cash-back app on the scene is Dosh. Much like Ibotta and Rakuten, it rewards users with cash back on purchases.

Dosh is distinctive from many other couponing apps in that it offers savings on travel expenses. The app says it works with over 600,000 hotels, enabling customers to save on major vacation costs. Once you’ve accumulated at least $25, you can redeem the funds through bank transfer, Venmo, PayPal, or a donation to charity.

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KCL (Krazy Coupon Lady)

An app that peruses thousands of deals online to let you know where and how much you can save is KCL, or the Krazy Coupon Lady app. You can use this app to search for deals at a number of different retailers.

CouponCabin
Source: CouponCabin FB

CouponCabin is one of many couponing apps that can help you save money.

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CouponCabin

CouponCabin also searches out deals with a free app. It offers online promotional codes as well as printable or downloadable coupons to use in stores. On the Google Play Store it has an average 4.6 out of 5 star rating, based on over 4,000 customer reviews.

Coupons.com

Another useful coupon app is the well-named Coupons.com. It provides free digital and printable coupons as well as cash-back offers.

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