How To Stretch Your Grocery Budget With Coupons & Cash Back

One of the biggest ways I save money is on my groceries. One way I like to do this is by using coupons and cash back apps. I thought I would share with how I do this so you can stretch your budgets too.

Couponing

If you are a regular reader of my blog you will know that while I’m not extreme I do like a bit of couponing. Coupons are everywhere nowadays, the internet is a fantastic resource for finding them. A search of ‘Extreme Couponing’ on Facebook will bring up some brilliant pages and groups.

I like to make the most of my coupons by using them when the product is on a promotional sale.  This often makes the product totally free or a crazy low price. You can see my post here  about getting the most value from your coupons.

I like to keep my coupons organised so I bought a folder from Amazon to keep all my coupons together. You could also use a pencil-case or make up bag, they work just as well.

Cash Back Apps

Cash back apps are a fantastic ways to try products for free. You simply buy the featured product and then upload your receipt. Here are some of my favourites:

Shopmium (use my referral code KMFEUAMT to get an extra free product  when you sign up).

ClickSnap by Quidco.

CheckoutSmart.

Shopitze.

You can also save money on everyday groceries too. Always check your receipt against the apps to see if you can save any money on the things you have bought.

 

I also use some high street stores and restaurant apps on my phone too. They often have fantastic offers and discounts available. If there’s a store you shop in regularly I definitely recommend finding our if they have an app.

 

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