Whether it’s coupons, freebies or discounts, there are many different apps you can use to save money whilst at university. Here are five of the top apps you should download in preparation for your studies.
Whether it’s discounts on fashion, beauty, lifestyle, food or drink. Unidays has a great variety of stores where their discount is valid. All you have to do is verify your student status and you will be confirmed for a year before having to renew.
Get cashback on your purchases using Quidco. It may take a while for the cashback to track and it might be months before you receive the amount, but it will all be worth it once it reaches your account and builds up to quite a saving.
If it’s discount vouchers you are looking for then Vouchercloud is the place to search. Vouchercloud provides discounts for pretty much anything. There is a featured deals section which lists the best deals of the day. You can also search locally using the “near me” option to find the best deals located around you.
HotUKDeals has not just the latest deals available at different stores but also vouchers and freebies. There is a designated area for each option and you can search specifically for the type of discount you are looking for. Discounts are rated via a hot and cold system with the hottest being the most recommended discount.
This app is very useful in search for the best deals at the popular supermarkets. Each time you create a shopping list on the app it will search and compare supermarkets to find you the best possible price for a particular item. If you are walking around the supermarket and curious to find out whether a product is cheaper in another store then you can. MySupermarket gives you the option to scan bar codes to see if a product is cheaper elsewhere.