I shared my 3 Apps for Saving Money at the Grocery Store post a couple weeks ago, and today I'm back with 3 apps that save you money when shopping!
1. Rue La La
I used this in college and then didn't use it again for years. My mom and I started using it again a couple years ago and have found some fabulous deals. Rue La La sells designer brands for up to 80% off retail price. Click here to sign up. All you have to do is type in your email and create a password for login purposes, and then you are free to shop!
I like the app because of how easy it is to use, but I actually like just going to the website too because there is a section where you can look at all of the brands they sell. When you click on the word Brands on their website, you can look up any brand you want and see all the items in one place.
Some of my favorite brands they sell are Hutch, Julie Brown, Tory Burch, Jack Rogers, Alice + Olivia, Amanda Uprichard, Trina Turk, Free People, Kate Spade, Spanx, Camilyn Beth, and AG Jeans. I have also found really great things for my dogs, as well as jewelry, here too. Check out the pictures below to see some of my purchases!
I learned about this app from another teacher when I was working at St. Joseph. It has saved me so many times. I hate buying anything full price at Hobby Lobby, Michael's, Bed Bath & Beyond, and other places like that because they always have coupons. Sometimes I accidentally forget my coupons at home. This app always saves the day. I pull up the app, type in the name of the store I need a coupon for, and voila! Parker and I have also used this app to find coupons when ordering pizza. #guilty
When digging deeper into this app to tell y'all about it, I found even more great features that it offers. It shows stores/malls that are around you, and you can click on them, and it will tell you all of the coupons that these stores offer. I just learned that J.Crew and Banana Republic are offering 15% off in stores for students and teachers! There are lots of coupons for stores and restaurants. Check it out!
When I posted about the apps that save you money on groceries, someone commented and suggested that I try Ebates. I signed up, but I'm still pretty new to it. I know that you can get cash back from shopping. Definitely sounds like something I'd be interested in. Especially since there are coupons for lots of brands and stores that I like. I'll keep you posted once I get more familiar with it. And if you know more about it, please fill me in!
Do y'all know of any great shopping apps that I need? Please let me know! Thanks so much for reading! Have a great day!