Shopping for clothes and school supplies is just around the corner!
Check out websites such as Southernsavers.com, ConsumerQueen.com, Couponcravings.com and Addictedtosaving.com where they do the leg work on the sales, what coupons are available and how to get prices available. It’s not only great for back to school but every day savings and you can sign up for their daily newsletters that give you the latest sales and savings.
Favado helps you compare in-store prices and make shopping lists. It’s free and gives you access to thousands of store ads from across the country. Or look into the app SaleSorter, which can also help you find the best deals.
If you do suspect an item may be found at a lower price, download the Shop Savvy Barcode Scanner app to find a better deal on the same item or if you’re an online shopper with Amazon try their free Price Check app, available for iPhone and Android, will allow you to search for the prices of scanned items on Amazon.com.
For Target shoppers, the new Cartwheel app provides a list of coupons for items throughout the store. Download the offers you want, and scan the coupons from your phone when you get to the register.
Ask about price matching policies, Staples , claims it is offering the lowest prices on back-to-school items, all season long and they back it up with a 110 percent price match guarantee Wal-Mart will match lower prices that you find at other stores. Even if you find the lower price after you’ve made your purchases, Wal-Mart’s Savings Catcher site will make good on its price match promise.