Just announced: This cash back shopping app is going away

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Shopmium, a cash back app that people use to save money on groceries, won’t be around for much longer.

Cash back app Shopmium is discontinuing service

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In an email to users, Shopmium confirmed that it’s going away in June:

We want to share an important update regarding some changes that will affect you.

On June 4, 2017, we will be discontinuing the Shopmium service. At that time, all referral bonuses will expire and your account will be deactivated.

You will be re-directed through the app to the new Coupons.com app where you can create a new account and continue saving on your everyday products!

We want to thank you for using Shopmium. We hope to see you at Coupons.com.

Like many other coupon apps available for download, Shopmium gives shoppers rebates for buying specific items, but the service has recently reduced the number of offers.

In addition, many users were turned off when Shopmium made changes to prevent coupon stacking.

Quotient Technology Inc., the company that owns Coupons.com, acquired Shopmium in 2015. Shopmium users are encouraged to sign up for the Coupons.com app.

In the meantime, use your Shopmium referral bonuses while you can! They expire June 4.

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