Time-saving tools and technologies
There’s a Shopping
app for That
Ring Up the Rewards
After you choose the item, price out the
competition, and make it through the
interminable checkout line, the last
thing you want to do is search your
wallet or purse for the store’s rewards
card. Problem solved! Scan them into
Key Ring reward cards, or punch in the
numbers if the code is too worn. With
Key Ring, you'll always have a backup
you can show the cashier to keep the
check-out line moving along.
Shopping can be very time consuming, what with weeding through the deals, comparing prices and finding in-stock merchandise. why knock yourself out when you can
download free shopping apps for your android or
iphone that will do the heavy lifting for you?
Don’t Play the Waiting game
Often, popular products are out
of stock and you must ask for a
raincheck to take advantage of the
advertised price later. Don’t want
to wait? Get Milo
and find out
which local stores
and outlets have
stock and on the
shelf right now.
with dozens of big retailers, so your
travel time won’t be wasted.
Never Pay Full Price again
With RetailMeNot, you can stay on top
of deals at your favorite local stores.
It’s easy to set notifications to pop up
based on nearby
malls, which is particularly important
coupons, and mark
certain stores as
favorites for quick
Claiming coupons is
a breeze with the
Where’s the Deal?
Groupon, CitySearch, LivingSocial,
Restaurants.com, and the list goes on—
do you want to keep all those apps and
email alerts, just to find the occasional
coupon or deal that
applies to your
neck of the woods?
Load up the
Dealmap on your
phone, and you can
see where it's cheaper to buy or eat than
it usually is, generally anywhere in the
out if a sale is a
good deal. By
your device’s camera, you can find
out if the product is offered for a lower
price online or at stores in your area.
Even if you can’t be bothered making
a purchase through any alternatives,
ShopSavvy can be a helpful tool when
getting stores to price match. You also
can any historical pricing data they
may have on file, so you can get a
sense of how much more (or less)
you might pay later.