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The 3 best apps to stop being broke at the end of the month

Caroline Sølver 22-05-2019 - 2 min read

The month is coming to an end. You wanted to go out with your friends, maybe enjoy a beer and an order of fries. Instead, you’re at home, sulking while finishing up your plate of cheap pasta.

Do you know the feeling when there’s simply too much month left at the end of your money?

We feel you! But seek no further. We’re about to show you 3 of the best apps that’ll help you to stop being broke at the end of the month.

1. Too Good To Go

This app lets you save money while doing a good deed as you get to be part of reducing food waste. It might sound too good to be true, but it’s not: it’s Too Good To Go! Bring home a bag of goodies from your local bakery for a fraction of the normal cost, or enjoy a portion of yummy sushi dinner for you and your loved one.

Too Good To Go has set out to fight food waste by partnering up with food vendors, bakeries and restaurants. They put up their leftover food for sale on the app, and you get to buy it. That means you get the food for a low price, so the restaurants aren’t forced to throw it out. A true win-win for you and the environment!

2. Spiir

Gone may be the days where you have too much month at the end of your money. Spiir gives you a fun and smart overview of your money spending, so you can track where your money has disappeared to. This might be the beginning of a money journey where you’ll discover lots of new things about your spending habits.

Who knows? Maybe you’ll realize you’re actually spending more money on to go coffee than you thought, even though you could easily brew a nice cuppa at home to bring with you. By becoming more aware of your spending habits, you can start spending money on the things that truly matter to you.

3. Mattilbud

This app provides you with all the great offers on groceries from the different supermarket chains. With Mattilbud it could not be easier to scout the best discounts and save lots of money when grocery shopping. If you make time to scan through the food deals on the app, you’ll be able to save lots of bucks on your grocery bill.

And who knows? Maybe the good offers on food on the app will encourage you to try some new recipes with ingredients you haven’t cooked before. Go for it!

Hopefully, these 3 apps will help you towards a less broke situation at the end of the month! Good luck 🤞