If you’re a senior, there are many discounts and services available exclusively to you. Look for senior discounts when shopping, dining, and for services and entertainment. Check to see if your city or county offers senior programs and resources. Many jurisdictions offer assistance specific to the needs of the area. Finally, consider joining a senior discount club. Depending on your current spending habits, it may be worthwhile to join a membership service such as AARP, The Seniors Coalition, or The American Seniors Association (ASA).
Many businesses send out coupon mailers for products and services you may already be using. Some stores also print coupons on receipts that can be applied to future purchases and many businesses offer price matching with competitor stores. You can also go for the good, old-fashioned Sunday edition of the newspaper, which usually features lots of coupons for brand name household items like groceries and hygiene products. Finally, if you have a smartphone or a computer, there are many apps and online resources to help locate discounts and coupons, such as Retail Me Not and Honey, or that pay you back for shopping, like Rakuten, Drop, and Checkout 51. And many stores have individual rewards programs or additional savings through their website or mobile app.