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AppCard Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.6 • 239 Ratings
    • Free



AppCard, a personalized marketing and digital coupons platform, is a free, easy-to-use app that brings you personalized offers, digital coupons from leading national brands, discounts, and rewards from your favorite store.

Shop Smart! Plan ahead, by clipping digital coupons personalized just for you, based on your preference and purchase history. Make a purchase, get your digital receipt, take advantage of store offers, and start accruing points and gifts redeemable on your next purchase.

AppCard makes sure retailers appreciate your business and helps you keep full transparency of your benefits, coupons and brings you closer to your next savings. The more you shop at participating stores, the more rewards you get.

Start saving today by downloading the AppCard App!

What’s New

Version 4.111.5

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
239 Ratings

239 Ratings

JosCols90 ,

Like the app hate the store

The store I use gives a point for every dollar spent. Sounds pretty cool, well rewards don’t start till you get 100 points, then move up to 1000 and sometimes like over this past summer they had a 10,000 point reward which was laughable. So that means before you can get any reward you have to spend 100 dollars. For the store I’m using the first 100 point reward is literally one box of Kraft mac n cheese. Seriously? Is there anything that can be done about this? 100 dollars for a box of Mac and cheese? The next 100 reward is a box of off brand pop tarts. Then jumps to 200 and you can get a cheap pack of napkins, then 300 you can get a cheap pack of either toilet paper or paper towels, or a 24 pack of cheap water bottles, next is 500 and 600 and the rewards are laundry detergent for 500 or a pack of hotdogs for 600, and finally for 1000 points, at this time it’s a table fire pit, probably worth 50 to 100 dollars at best. The 10,000 point reward they had over the summer was literally a choice of either a giant cookie or a normal white cake from the deli, 10,000 points=10,000 dollars spent in store. Idk if the store I use sets these points or the app but it’s a huge rip off/scam. If the store sets this stuff I’d recommend you remove them from the app. I won’t say what store unless a developer asks.

B. Caudill ,

Needs a Couple Features Added.

I believe the app is really clean and adds a breath of fresh air to small business like the one I currently work at. There are a couple issues and things I would change such as the ability to see the store week sales add that you’re currently linked to to better gauge what to use your coupons and points on. My local store I work at has a couple features still missing so I can’t fully give me opinion on everything but it’s a good start and a very nice and well rounded app.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback! We're so glad you find AppCard helpful for small businesses. Please reach out to us at for help with any issues—we'd be happy to chat with you!

Cozmik Inc, ,

App is ok but doesn’t reflect businesses

There’s no real downside to using the app. It’s just a makeshift reward program for small businesses. It’s pretty lackluster all in all with buggy software and doesn’t keep accurate data- that said it’s just to incentivize you going to your local business which is always a plus.

App Privacy

The developer, AppCard Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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