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Top 5 Apps for Last Minute Shopping

Top 5 Apps for Last Minute Shopping

‘Twas the day before Christmas, and all through the land
People have realized their shopping did not gone as planned
Between work, parties and holiday events
At the end of each day they found themselves thoroughly spent
The last place they wanted to be was the mall
But there was still time, so they decided to stall
Now all of a sudden it’s Christmas Eve day
And they’re wishing things hadn’t gone this way
Off to the stores they go in a hurry
But even though it’s late, there’s no need to worry
With this guide from Technology Therapy Group
They will be privy to the inside scoop
Before they know it their shopping will be done
And using these apps they’ll save a ton

Top 5 Apps for Last Minute Shopping

  • RedLaser:

    Just because you waited until the last minute doesn’t mean you have to over pay for your gifts. Scan the barcode of an item and get an instant price comparison. You could save hundreds on your whole list simply by purchasing your gifts at the stores with the lowest price.

  • SlickDeals:

    When you haven’t quite decided what to get everyone on your list, it’s best to narrow your options. Why not limit yourself to the stores and products with the best deals, sales and coupons. Slick deals helps you find these promotions before you even leave the house so you know which stores to hit when time is of the essence.

  • Shopular:

    With a tagline like “Full Price is so Passé,” it’s easy to see why Shopular made our list. This app aggregates the weekly ads and coupons for countless stores such as Macy’s, Kohls, Forever 21, Best Buy, Gap, Target, Walmart, Hobby Lobby and more. Why waste time rifling through the paper or visiting each store website when can have all of the information in one place at your fingertips?

  • Groupon:

    Why give products when you can give experiences? From cooking classes, to archery lessons to restaurant vouchers, Groupon allows you to give the gift of wonderful memories that they’ll fondly think of for years to come. Plus, you’ll save 50% or more on the value of their voucher. The best part? You don’t even need to leave the house. Just print off the Groupon information and slip it into a card.

  • LivingSocial:

    LivingSocial is very similar to Groupon, but it gives you a whole new set of deals to choose from. Two local shopping sites mean that you’re twice as likely to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list, even on Christmas Eve.

We hope you enjoyed this holiday poem and that these apps help you find the gifts that you need and stay within your budget. Happy shopping!

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