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Flipp Helps You Find the Best Deals

Posted on Thursday, November 19th, 2015 at 7:00 am
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woman grocery shoppingThere are several apps that help you save money on groceries. Would you like to save money on non-grocery items, too? Flipp is an app that points you toward the deals and savings from your favorite retailers (including grocery stores and other retailers).

Flipp helps consumers to find the best deals in order to make their weekly shopping easy. The app is available on the App Store and on Google Play. You can also get information about current sales on the Flipp website. Unlike other apps, Flipp is useful to consumers who live in the United States and to consumers who live in Canada.

Are you someone who likes to read the weekly ads from your favorite stores? There isn’t a simple way to keep up with all of them. You can pick up a paper from a store as you enter it, but by then, it’s too late to compare their sales with those of other stores. Visiting the websites of your favorite stores can be time consuming.

Flipp makes everything much easier. It has all the tools you need to bring you the most savings every week from your favorite retailers. The Flipp website shows a person browsing through a selection of weekly sales papers and choosing which one she wants to take a closer look at.

Flipp delivers digital circulars from over 800 local retailers. A few of those weekly circulars come from: Walmart, Target, Kroger, Home Depot, Sports Authority, Toys R Us, Canadian Tire, Family Dollar, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walgreens, Dollar General, Save a Lot, Best Buy, Pet Smart, and Big Lots.

Use Flipp to create your grocery shopping list. While you are building it, Flipp will find local deals for many of the items on your list. You will end up with a grocery list that shows you which local store has the best deal on the foods you want to purchase. That store could be your favorite grocery store, or it could be one that you do not typically shop at. Flipp makes it easy for you to remember which items to pick up at what store – in order to get the best deal.

Flipp was formerly called Wishabi. The company was born in 2007 by former Microsoft engineers. They felt that weekly shopping was too mundane and too much work, and wanted it to be fun again. The Flipp app they created can save consumers both time and money. Flipp is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

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