Post # 1
Other than groupon and living social, I follow these sites.
For money saving tips and deals: http://www.frugalcouponliving.com/
Another one for good deals: http://www.couponmom.com/
Another one for people in Seattle area: http://www.frugallivingnw.com/
For free or low priced kindle or Nook ebooks: http://www.pixelofink.com
**Most of these sites have FB accounts, too. Since it’s easier to follow on FB then the numerous emails I get each day.
On my iphone:
There is a cool Michael’s app that gives me coupons I can use in the store. Right now, there is a 50% off coupon.
Jo-Ann’s craft store has an app, too.
Oh, there is a cool iphone app that let’s you input coupons and reminds you when they are close to expiring so you go to use it. I haven’t got it yet but I plan to. It’s called ‘Track My Coupons’ and it’s only $1.99.
Any other apps?
Are there any other sites that I need to join or ‘like’ on FB? Or apps to download?
I would love to learn of some new sites to follow.
Post # 3
I like retailmenot.com. It has coupon codes for most retailer websites.
Aside from groupon and social living, I also use GiltCity, formerly known as BuyWithMe.
Post # 4
Yeah, I get emails to GiltCity too. Although, I don’t remember signing up. Plus, I was getting emails for San Francisco for some reason. I just changed it to Seattle.
I do use retailmenot’s site sometimes. Pretty good site. I’ve save some money a couple times.
Post # 5
Not a home deal, but Scoutmob’s app is great for restaurant savings if you live in one of their cities. I love that you don’t have to buy the coupons in advance – they are just there for you to use if you want until they expire.
@ttn133: Thanks for the tips! When I get crafting, that Michael’s app will be awesome 🙂 And I just got a $3.99 subscription to Fitness Magazine from the Coupondivas site! Exciting!
Post # 6
http://www.mommysavesbig.com/ and the mommy saves big facebook page.
I’m not a mommy but it’s not just mother related savings, she is always posting awesome deals and great give aways. For instance she gave away a kindle fire.
I also still love entertainment.
Post # 7
I like to follow Todays Steals and Deals on facebook. Every other tuesday they have 3 GREAT deals on random things that are usually 75% off. I have bought a lot of Xmas presents through the year with this and saved a ton.
I also get a weekly email from Savings.com which is pretty good too.
Post # 8
Thanks everyone. I’ll need to check these sites and apps out.
Post # 9
Anyone else have any good websites?
Post # 11
http://www.hip2save.com is my absolute favorite out of all the sites listed above!
Post # 12
I love mint.com. You can put all of your accounts in one place and create savings goals. It also has alerts where it can text you when your balance gets below a certain amount and breaks down how much you spent on what at the end of each month. I love it!