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Grocery deal watch app / site

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Grocery deal watch app / site

Apologies for what I think is an easy question. I feel like I know the answer, but I can't grasp it in my brain. (Health issues have lead to memory problems...) Neutral Face

I am Celiac and GF food can get expensive if you don't shop smart! Is there an app / website where I can watch for when items go on sale?
As an example, I would like to be notified when a specific brand of cereal goes on sale at any local grocery store.

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Flipp

You can also activated alerts.
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slaedfr wrote: Flipp

You can also activated alerts.
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That seems to be exactly the type of thing I was looking for!
Much appreciated @slaedfr!
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Flipp rocks !

It makes grocery ... or any shopping (bargain hunting) so much easier with its many features
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ReeBee, and salewhale, both have their pros and cons vs. flipp.
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beachlover wrote: ReeBee, and salewhale, both have their pros and cons vs. flipp.
@beachlover what do you think the advantages are? I had nothing but frustration with SaleWhale.
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GreenWeenie wrote: @beachlover what do you think the advantages are? I had nothing but frustration with SaleWhale.
Actually haven't used that one for a long while. As it was more web based and I prefer apps. I seem to remember it being more reliable to email me when a particular product went on sale.
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GreenWeenie wrote: @beachlover what do you think the advantages are? I had nothing but frustration with SaleWhale.
I like flipping through flyers better on Reebee but I like highlighting items / creating shopping lists better on Flipp, so ultimately, I end up using Flipp more often.
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