Are you looking to save money at the grocery store? Looking for an app that also includes a coupon matchup for even better savings? Well look no further than to Grocery Smarts to include your grocery/coupon deals. I will warn you now that not every state or store is included but there is a huge list. I’m lucky that AZ has a huge list of stores but still my favorite store for stock up deals isn’t included but I can manage one store without an app.
This is a great app to have on your phone regardless if you coupon or not to see if a store has an item on sale for a low price. Stuck at work and curious who has the better deal on some last minute dinner items? Just open up Grocery Smarts, select your state and area then click Create List and start scrolling through the items. You can add the quantity of the item you want, hit menu and shrink the list so that it only shows the items that have a quantity. Wondering which coupons you need to clip in order to save money? Well once you have your list opened just click menu and have coupon information emailed to you so you can cut them out or print them. The list will give you coupon insert information to locate what week and what was on the cover. For example if the coupon code said Eyemasters SS 1/24 that would mean the cover had an Eyemasters advertisement on the front and it was a SmartSource insert in the 1/24 Sunday coupon inserts of your local newspaper.
I have utilized the lists created online for this app in the past and it’s nice to see Android getting some money saving love for coupon shoppers. If you use a Nook Color or other Android based tablet it won’t fill out the entire landscaping format like it does on phones. I just wanted to let you know ahead of time as I was excited about using it on my Nook Color but it’s not much wider than my phone.
If you shop at any of the various Kroger stores such as Fry’s, Dillon’s, Ralph’s, King Soopers, Food 4 Less or others be sure to also checkout a previous AndroidGals article titled Save Money with the Kroger App!
A word of caution, there are 2 versions of this app, Lite (Free) and Pro ($8.95). If you are in Utah stick with the Lite version as it contains the Pro feature of All in One List, only for UT though. I personally used the Lite version as I can easily read each grocery list for free versus paying $8.95 to get one huge list. Plus we’re all trying to save money here so FREE is where it’s at!