If you want to save money on groceries, several apps can help you do it. Grocery cash saving apps usually rely on two broad approaches. They might offer grocery coupons at the point of sale or they will let you upload a receipt after purchase to avail cashback rewards. Many shoppers use more than one app to facilitate savings and rewards. If you’re new to the world of grocery savings apps, here are a few good ones that can get you started. 

Checkout 51

Checkout 51 has cash back rewards for purchases up to $20. They also offer cash back on gas expenses and update new deals every Thursday. All you have to do is download the app, select a store of your choice and browse the current list of offers. The built-in camera on the app allows you to take pictures of your receipts so that you can build your savings.


The Coupons.com mobile app, lets you use paperless grocery coupons that you can attach to your current loyalty card. You get cashback every single time you shop since there is no minimum amount of cashback rewards. If the store you frequent doesn’t have a loyalty program, you can still submit your receipt. This simple, easy use app helps you make savings a priority.

Fetch Rewards

Fetch Rewards works on a point system. When you collect 3,000 points, you can redeem those points for gift cards from retailers like Amazon, Target, Walmart, Office Depot, and Petco. You earn points by scanning receipts from grocery stores. The app has a ‘Special Offers’ tab which lists deals but even without using that, you can still earn up to 25 per receipt on items you buy regularly.


Ibotta is a household name in grocery savings apps. The app allows you to earn cashback once you upload a picture of your grocery receipt or link your store loyalty card. Ibotta supports a fair number of retailers and is one of the few apps that support shopping at Aldi which sells off-brand groceries.

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