on Apr 19, 2016 @ 11:54 pm|
I'm beginning to start couponing in Canada, which is apparently a lot more difficult than it is in the US. Any good websites for collecting coupons? Apps? Any old school tips? All advice is appreciated! Not looking to do "extreme couponing" although not opposed. My boyfriend and I just moved in together and I wanted to try and cut a bit off of our grocery bill to help us out!
Thanks in advance,
|. on Apr 20, 2016 @ 12:01 am|
I use the Flipp app for coupons and the Checkout 51 app for cash back.
|. on Apr 20, 2016 @ 12:39 am|
There's also a good one called Coupgon, but it depends on where you are in Canada, in Quebec there's nothing :(
|Caddle on Apr 20, 2016 @ 12:40 am|
IMO, Caddle is the best cashback app. If you're on Apple they have an app. Android the app is coming soon and you can do it through the desktop on the website!
|. on Apr 20, 2016 @ 12:41 am|
One of these apps doesn't work anymore, but here's the article I did on it a couple of months ago!
|. on Apr 20, 2016 @ 10:43 am|
P&G always has coupons and well as save.ca and also smartsouce.ca
|wonderwhatif on Apr 20, 2016 @ 01:26 pm|
Just looking at your webpage there wonderwhatif. Some good stuff there!
| on Apr 20, 2016 @ 03:42 pm|
i dont have a printer, so i rely on cash back apps. I use Checkout51, Caddle and Zweet. websaver.ca mails coupns out once a month if you sign up. P&G has a lot of great printable coupons. If you watch savealoonie.ca they always post when a company is offering print coupons from their websites. Also remember to keep watch in the grocery stores for coupons in the aisles. If you shop at Superstore, PC points are great. I go to Shoppers Drug Mart for all my baby stuff and rack up points like crazy, they have an app as well which gives you coupons to load onto your optimum card. Shop where they have reward programs! There are also apps such as Flipp and others, which are good for looking through online flyers and finding the best deals!
|Price Match on Apr 20, 2016 @ 04:08 pm|
You should also do price matching at grocery stores, if they offer it. I always go the the Real Canadian Superstore because it's really close to my house and they have a GREAT price matching program - totally hassle free! Once in a while I still go to Farm Boy and places like that to get fresh deli meat etc, but price matching has always saved me a lot of time and money. All you need to do is bring the flyer of the store you want to prove match with to show them the price, which they'll match. I use the flipp app instead of having to cart around (heh pun) a bunch of flyers!
|Couponing on Apr 20, 2016 @ 04:53 pm|
I like flip, and save.ca as well as websaver.ca
|Savings on Apr 20, 2016 @ 06:08 pm|
P&G - excellent source. There are always inserts in the newspaper.walmart, grocery stores - accept all coupons and price match.