These days many of us are trying to stretch our grocery budget as far as possible. If you think you've clipped every coupon and flipped through every flyer, think again! Here are the best grocery apps in Canada. They're specifically designed to help you save, and even earn, money.
Caddle is a 100% Canadian coupon app that lets you earn cash back by taking a photo of your grocery receipt, responding to surveys, watching short ads, purchasing products and providing reviews. You can request a cheque once you've reached at least $20.
Checkout 51 gives you cash back on groceries. Simply select new weekly offers for groceries, buy what is on offer and take a photo of your receipt. The app also offers periodic cash back opportunities for watching 15 to 30 second ads. As with Caddle, you can request a cheque once you've reached at least $20.
You can earn cash back on all your purchases, not just groceries, with CoinOut. All receipts less than 2 weeks old are accepted. Yes, that means you can stack this with Caddle and Checkout 51 as you'll be taking photos of your receipts already. Cash out to your bank through PayPal or Amazon.
Field Agent lets you earn money by becoming a mystery shopper, performing store audits and completing surveys. You can also earn $0.50 cash back for Costco receipts. Cash out by e-transfer to your bank account.
FlashFood lets shoppers who buy from stores under the Loblaws banner (Superstore, Zehrs, No Frills, Provigo, Maxi etc) save money on items with a shorter shelf life. See what is available at nearby stores, order it online, and pick it up at the store. Save money and reduce food waste. It's like an online clearance rack.
Keep your kitchen table free from the clutter of grocery store flyers. Flipp is a flyer aggregator app that lets you see all the store flyers in one place so you can compare prices and save money.
We hope these grocery apps help you stretch your grocery budget even further.