Coupon Apps Provider Ranking Sees Contenders

Their job is driving a hard bargain, so it’s no surprise that there’s a good amount competitiveness and changing of positions among the contenders in the latest edition of PYMNTS’ Provider Ranking of Coupon Apps.

Among the highlights this month are a new leader at the top of the rankings, two movers and shakers that have added five points to their scores since last time and several other contenders that have changed positions — gaining or losing a spot.

Let’s take a look at how things stand now.

The Top 5 

The new leader this month is Honey Smart Shopping Assistant. This app has leapt two levels in the rankings and landed here with a score of 86. As that score is four points higher than last time, it’s also a mover and shaker.

The previous champion is only one point behind, however, as Groupon earns a score of 85.

Moving up one position to No. 3 is Flipp. This app checks in with a score of 82.

Just one point behind that is GasBuddy. With a score of 81, this app has slipped one level in the rankings since last time and now sits at No. 4.

Last month’s runner-up has dropped back three places, as Ibotta now rests at the fifth spot in the rankings with a score of 79.

The Top 10 

Stepping down one level since last time is GoodRX, which is now ranked sixth with a score of 74.

Also landing one position lower since last month is Receipt Hog. This app now holds the No. 7 spot with a score of 63.

Continuing the recent trend, Rakuten has dropped back one position to eighth, this time with a score of 60.

Holding the No. 9 spot, as it did last time, is Shopkick. With a score that’s five points higher than its previous one — now standing at 54 — this app is one of this month’s top movers and shakers.

There’s another familiar name at the tenth spot in the rankings, as Slickdeals maintains the same position it had last time. With a score of 48, which is five points higher than last time, this app shares the title of “top mover and shaker.” It also closes out this month’s edition of the Provider Ranking of Coupon Apps.



About: Shoppers who have store cards use them for 87% of all eligible purchases — but this doesn’t mean retailers should boot buy now, pay later (BNPL) options from checkout. The Truth About BNPL And Store Cards, a PYMNTS and PayPal collaboration, surveys 2,161 consumers to find out why providing both BNPL and store cards are key to helping merchants maximize conversion.