1. Honey
    Honey is a Google Chrome extension that will automatically find the best discount codes on the internet related to the website you’re visiting. It’s a great tool that will surely save you money if the opportunity is there.
  1. Gas Buddy
    Paying for gas is always a pain, but Gas Buddy makes it a little more painless. Gas Buddy helps you find the cheapest gas prices around you. Simply download the app on your phone or visit the desktop version, and find where you can save the most money. You don’t even need to create an account!
  1. Ibotta
    Ibotta is a popular cash rewards app where you unlock rewards through doing simple tasks, then shopping for specific items that become unlocked. Scan your receipt, get cash sent to your Iboota account, and send your rebates straight to your PayPal or Venmo account!
  1. Betterment
    Betterment helps you invest in a range of funds, chosen to help you earn better returns within your risk level, at a cheaper cost than most providers. Betterment’s investment policy is backed by Novel Prize-winning research, and is great for beginners if you’re looking to start your investment journey.
  1. Groupon
    Groupon is a very popular source for discounted products and local deals, which we’re sure you’ve heard of. The Goods section of Groupon specifically saves us the most money. We have Groupon bookmarked and check the deals on goods regularly, in case they’re offering any regular products that we may need at home.
  2. LivingSocial
    LivingSocial is an alternative to Groupon, providing discounted products and local deals. It’s always worth checking regularly to see if there are opportunities for your household to save money.
  3. Mr. Rebates 
    Mr. Rebates has over 2,000 stores to shop from, and when you do, you get cash back into your Mr. Rebates account. When doing your regular online shopping, it’s worth a shot checking Mr. Rebates to see if you have an opportunity to get money back on your purchases.