Coupon Apps That Don't Require Printing

Posted on 10/25/2011

Save paper, ink and money by pulling up coupons on your Smartphone rather than printing them out. Plenty of retailers and manufacturers are offering mobile coupons as a way to help consumers save money. You just need to know how to access them quickly on your phone and that’s where these apps will come in handy.

Coupon Sherpa The free Coupon Sherpa app turns your phone into a mobile coupon binder. Coupons for hundreds of stores are available through Coupon Sherpa. Simply browse available coupons and give the scannable image to your cashier. Sample savings include a coupon for $10 off your purchase of $25 or more at JCPenney, 30% off your entire purchase at Abercrombie & Fitch, or 40% off a full-price item at Ann Taylor.

Score discounts from stores like H&M, Kohl’s and Children’s Place. The GeoQpons app is free and also includes deals at local stores in addition to national retailers. The app claims to offer more coupons than any other mobile coupon app around. It also lets you share your favorite deals with your social networks.

Shooger allows users to submit their deal finds and local business can also input offers and coupons. It’s a free app but works best in bigger cities where users are uploading fresh content.

This is another free mobile app that directs you to local deals, sales and, of course, coupons. You can save on everything from diapers to dinner simply by pulling up coupons and showing the screen to your cashier or waiter.

The Wowpons app eliminates paper waste while boosting your grocery savings. Use the app to scan the items as you add them to your cart. Wowpons will automatically send manufacturer or store coupons to your Customer Loyalty Card. The app works with more than 30 major grocery store chains operating roughly 6,000 stores so you can save money, time and the planet.

By Alison Storm

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Posted on 10.25.11 at 4:17 PM

Seriously, you left off this list and it has the most deals of them all combined? it is becoming apparent these are paid plugs rather than genuine articles


Posted on 11.02.11 at 11:20 AM

No Jesse I'm not paid to include certain apps. I have never heard of the one you mentioned but I will check it out. Thanks for the heads up!

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