|Deals from my favorite retailers saved for easy access on Shopular|
Hi. My name is Psyche, and I love a good deal. To ensure that I’m always aware of available offers, I’m signed up for deal alerts from all my favorite retailers. That list of favorite retailers, though, has gotten so long over the years that I can’t always keep up with the best deals available when I need them. I was recently in JCPenney, for instance, and completely forgot to use a 15% off coupon I had in my email. Don’t you just hate that?
I’m so glad, then, to have found Shopular, a smart shopping app that takes the hassle out of bargain shopping. This app is like a genie for coupons, offers, and even the weekly ads of hundreds of retailers. You choose your favorite stores, and Shopular does all the work of tracking down the best available deals. There’s no forgetting to use an offer either because once you’re at a store, Shopular will pop up the best coupons available at the store.
|No more clipping coupons and keeping track of expiration dates,
Shopular saves all the current deals from my favorite retailers in one spot.
Shopular is the kind of app that you can set up and then just let it work for you. It takes less than five minutes to set up the app too. After downloading the app, I opened it up and customized my offers by choosing my favorite retailers, like J.Crew, Banana Republic, Nordstrom, Kate Spade, and others. I allowed the app to find my location and to send notifications. I, then, created an account by entering my email. And, done.
|Easy steps to setting up Shopular|
Last Saturday, while shopping for a blazer for my husband, Shopular reminded me of just how useful it is. The app let me know that I could save an extra 20% off an already reduced priced item by using a coupon. I pulled up the coupon via Shopular, the store associate scanned it, and I left the store having saved even more than I had expected.
|Grabbing a coupon via Shopular to apply to a purchase.|
Shopular is currently available for iOS and Android. The app is also free, so it only makes sense (and cents) to give it a try.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Shopular. As usual, all the opinions, ideas, and images are my own.
This sounds ideal! I'm wondering, however, if after supplying your email you were inundated with emails from the retailers you chose as your favorites.
It's a really helpful app, Shelley. No, the email account is just for Shopular (not the retailers you choose). I receive one Shopular email a week listing all the weekend deals from my favorite retailers. Of course, you can opt out of emails completely. You can also control if you receive and the nature of notifications via the app as well. You have full control.