Pandemic Money-Saving Tips and Tricks from an Expert

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The Doctors are pleased to welcome Joanie Demer, the Krazy Coupon Lady, to share tips on saving money while also staying safe during the pandemic.

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Groceries

Life might be more challenging while we protect ourselves from COVID, especially while shopping for groceries, and if you are looking to have your food and essentials delivered or scheduled for a pickup, Joanie suggests downloading your store's app and looking for first-time offers and app exclusives to save money. She also says to not use third-party delivery services and go directly through the store to save more.

Coupon Apps

She says you can still save money with paper coupons, but if you are online shopping, she loves the apps Ibotta and Checkout 51, which she explains will help save you money after you have made your purchases with rebates that can be cashed out for real money.

Help with Utility and Phone Bills

The money-saving expert explains most utility companies are offering assistance and low-income rates right now, especially for unemployed people. She also says nearly all companies are waiving late fees and they are much more willing to work with customers who need help. She also suggests speaking with your phone company about ways to lower your bill especially if you are using less data and probably on your home WIFI more. The best way to save, according to Joanie, is to call and speak with these companies because you can negotiate better rates usually.

Watch: 3 Ways to Reduce Your Waste and Save Money

For more money-saving tips visit the Krazy Coupon Lady's website.

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