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How to Save Money This Back-to-School Shopping Season

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How to Save Money This Back-to-School Shopping Season

How to Save Money This Back-to-School Shopping Season

How to Save Money This, Back-to-School , Shopping Season.

Fox News reports that buying this year's back-to-school essentials might be costly.

According to the National Retail Federation, most families will spend an average of $864 on school supplies this year as a result of rising inflation.

CyberGuy Kurt Knutsson says savings start with downloading retail apps and visiting manufacturers' websites.

Major retailers like Target and Walmart offer "exclusive, in-app, secret deals" through their specific apps.

Major retailers like Target and Walmart offer "exclusive, in-app, secret deals" through their specific apps.

Meanwhile, manufacturers like Crayola offer exclusive deals on their websites, including 15% off orders of $40 or more.

Meanwhile, manufacturers like Crayola offer exclusive deals on their websites, including 15% off orders of $40 or more.

Another great way to save, according to Knutsson, is using discount and price comparison apps like Flipp which search local sale circulars.

All you have to do is put in your zip code and presto — it shows you what you might see in newspapers and other deals that you wouldn’t find otherwise, Kurt Knutsson, The CyberGuy, via Fox News.

Cash-back shopping apps like Rakuten offer shoppers money back simply for spending.

PayPal Honey is a browser plug-in that automatically finds and applies coupon codes for consumers.

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Finally, Knutsson recommends shopping for refurbished and like-new products that might be "open box and brand new.".

Amazon Warehouses offers renewed items, while Bookfinders is a great place to find second-hand textbooks


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