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10 deals on top-selling apps on sale for the 10.10 shopping holiday

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If you thought Amazon was the only retailer slashing their prices this week, then think again. Many other brands are creating their own versions of Prime Day, meaning you can enjoy steep discounts even if you aren’t a Prime member. Inspired by China’s 11/11 ‘Single’s Day’, they’ve dubbed this new U.S. retail holiday ’10/10′.

In the app space, for instance, shoppers can download subscriptions to a number of top-rated programs — from personalized fitness trainers to foreign language software — at a fraction of the original cost. We’ve even spotted markdowns upwards of 95% off retail price tags. And unlike Prime Day deals, you don’t have to wait for these items to

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Coupon Apps Consolidate Positions In Ranking

They say “no news is good news” but as a news organization, we have mixed feelings about that. For instance, it could be said that the consistency displayed by top-ranked brands in PYMNTS’ September Provider Ranking of Coupon Apps is not news because most of these savings apps held their ground since the last Coupon App Ranking.

It’s not quite that simple, however, as we go to the Rankings and see what’s what.

The Top 5

We’ll give the ending away right now: there are no changes in the Top 5 Coupon Apps. At No. 1 again this month is cash-back app Ibotta, which hit a $1 billion valuation in August. At No. 2 is Groupon, with weekly deals app Flipp holding at No. 3, followed by prescription discount app GoodRx at No. 4. Finishing out the Top 5 at No. 5 for

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Best Coupon Websites, Browser Extensions and Apps

Coupons have come a long way over the decades, and with so many digital options available at your fingertips these days, it’s easier than ever to score a deal and save money every time you shop both in-store and online. This may explain why Americans are still crazy for coupons.

According to a 2017 research report from Hawk Incentives, a company that offers rewards and incentive solutions, 97% of consumers look for a deal when they shop and 40% feel like they are leaving money on the table if they don’t use a coupon.

“I think of coupons as free money and one of the smartest ways to save,” says Jeanette Pavini, savings expert at JeanettePavini.com, a money-saving site. “Using digital coupons makes it easy to access savings at any time of day. If it takes you a few minutes to save several dollars, it’s well worth your time.”

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Best Coupon Websites, Browser Extensions and Apps | Saving and Budgeting

Coupons have come a long way over the decades, and with so many digital options available at your fingertips these days, it’s easier than ever to score a deal and save money every time you shop both in-store and online. This may explain why Americans are still crazy for coupons.

According to a 2017 research report from Hawk Incentives, a company that offers rewards and incentive solutions, 97% of consumers look for a deal when they shop and 40% feel like they are leaving money on the table if they don’t use a coupon.

“I think of coupons as free money and one of the smartest ways to save,” says Jeanette Pavini, savings expert at JeanettePavini.com, a money-saving site. “Using digital coupons makes it easy to access savings at any time of day. If it takes you a few minutes to save several dollars, it’s well worth your time.”

Gone

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