The holiday shopping season might have passed, but frugal consumers are still looking for deals. Fortunately, Rather-Be-Shopping.com has a perfect tool for bargain hunters who want to keep saving big bucks in 2013: a FREE mobile coupon app.
The new app allows shoppers to search and redeem hundreds of in-store coupons directly from their iPhones. Rather-Be-Shopping.com, already a leading online discount destination for savvy shoppers, added a mobile app for the consumer who arrives at the mall or their favorite store without a coupon.
The app is simple to navigate, enabling shoppers to search a store for coupons by store name or product category. Once the coupon is displayed on an iPhone, the cashier directly scans the phone and the user collects the savings.
“With the new year upon us, we couldn’t be more excited with the launch of our mobile app,” said Kyle James, owner and president of Rather Be Shopping. “Now whether you’re at the mall or surfing the Internet, you’ll be able to find the latest bargains and save your family hundreds of dollars during the holiday season.”
Searching by category gives thrifty consumers a chance to see if another retailer has a better deal at a competing store. But the deals aren’t limited to retail stores; the mobile app also has coupons for restaurants such as Burger King, Carl’s Jr., Chuck E Cheese and Quizno’s. The app also lists all of the online coupons on the Rather-Be-Shopping.com website, giving consumers the option of doing all of their holiday shopping from their iPhone.
An Android version of the Rather-Be-Shopping.com coupon app is tentatively scheduled for release in early 2013.
Rather-Be-Shopping.com is a leading destination for savvy shoppers looking for online coupons, printable coupons, and free shipping offers. Since 2001, online shoppers have made the website their hub for coupons to over 700 top national retailers like The Home Depot, Lands’ End, Sears, Target, Wal-Mart, Dell, and American Eagle Outfitters. Rather-Be-Shopping.com also has a popular blog offering tips on other creative ways to save money in everyday life. For more information, please visit http://www.rather-be-shopping.com.