5 Money Saving Websites That Actually Save You Money
There are so many money saving websites out there that claim to be able to double the size of your wallet… Most are just scams aimed at taking your money. But there are some gems out there that will make good on those claims. Websites that save you money really can help your budget, if you know which ones to use.
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I have compiled a list of five websites that are tried and true and will save you some extra money. I use them all on a weekly basis. And it saves me at least $50 each week.
This one goes on the top of the list because it is my favorite, and my most frequently used money saving website. If you are an online shopper this site is super easy to use. Ebates gives you cash back on websites that you’re probably already spending money on. You can even receive cash back for some in store purchases. I haven’t tried that yet, but most of my purchases are made online.
As a bargain shopper there is nothing better than scoring an item at a great price, then getting even more cash back! Even if you don’t get as excited as I do about bargain shopping, I’m sure you can use a few extra bucks back in your wallet. Who doesn’t? Click here to start saving.
I’m not a big coupon clipper, so Ibotta is a coupon-ey as I get. I love being able to add coupons before I go to the store and not have to keep track while I shop. And no one likes digging through a pile of coupons at check out. Then when you get home you just take a photo of the receipt and the savings is added to your account.
I’m all about saving money and saving time. This site does both at the same time. And they have a phone app that makes it even easier. Click here to start saving.
This is the cash back site that I used before I switched over to Ebates. (Sorry Top Cash Back) I decided to still include it on my top ten list of money saving websites because it does really save you money, and I still use it as a back up. I only switched to Ebates because they have more stores and websites available for cash back and they have a Safari add-on so it’s even easier to use. But if a website isn’t available there, I go back to TopCashBack.com and search. It’s worth it to have accounts with both. Click here to start saving.
No this isn’t a throwback, I still use Groupon! I use it mostly for when we go out to eat. When you stick to a weekly or monthly budget it can be hard to find extra funds for date night or brunch with friends. So I always check Groupon and can usually find a great place offering half off deals. Don’t feel limited when your budget is tight, you just have to know where to find good deals. Click here to start saving.
This one is very similar to Ibotta, a couponing site that I use to save on groceries. And it’s just as easy as Ibotta because they also have a phone app. I always try to use both apps, because one may have coupons that the other doesn’t. And when they have the same coupons you can double dip! You can scan the same grocery receipt on both sites. Click here to start saving.
I use all five of these money saving websites on a weekly basis and the savings adds up quick. And these sites cover just about all regular purchases from groceries and online purchases, to eating out. They are all free to use, I don’t trust most websites that claim to save you all this money but then require a subscription fee. Seems counter productive to pay money when you’re trying to save money. Use these free websites and watch the savings add up!