8 Fun & Easy Apps That Work at BJ’s Wholesale


Are you wondering what apps will work at BJ’s Wholesale? It isn’t your typical grocery store, and some apps don’t offer extra savings at warehouse stores. Below is a list of apps you can use at BJ’s Wholesale Club to save even more on the already great prices.

New to shopping at BJ’s? Be sure to visit our Newbie FAQ page here. 

Need a deal on a BJ’s Membership? Get a $ 25-year membership here. 

BJ’s Mobile App– This has to be number one because it was released in 2017, and it’s a lifesaver for using their store coupons. You can add BJ’s coupons right to the app, and they will load to your membership card when you check out; the cards automatically come off. These are one-time use and can NOT be stacked with PAPER BJ’s coupons, but you can still stack your manufacturer coupons with these.

PLUS, if you download the app now and use the gas locator in the app, you will save an additional $0.05/gal of gas!

Download for Android Here

BJ’s Express Scan App– This is a must when your store officially participates ( right now, it’s in test stores in MA), where you will scan the items you purchase as you go. When you check out, all you need to do is pay and scan any extra coupons.

Fetch Rewards- This easy to use grocery app.

This app rewards you just for snapping pictures of your receipts. That’s it—free rewards on groceries on thousands of products every day, no matter where you get your groceries. So scan your receipts and let us do all the work.

 Checkout 51 –What you do is check out the weekly deals posted to the site, buy a participating product, snap a photo of your receipt showing that you purchased the item, and the app will credit you with cash. You can buy the items from ANY STORE! In the past, they have offered up to $10 off a BJ’s Membership as well.

You do have to pay attention as some offers will be store-specific. If it does not list a specific store, you can use it at BJ’s.   Once your savings balance hits $20.00, the company will mail you a check, or you can choose gift cards. ( Or you can have it go to your bank account.) Checkout 51 is my favorite because they produce change weekly! 

 Ibotta- This is the same concept as Checkout 51, but you have different offers at different stores. Right now, you will earn $10 in your account just for signing up and redeeming your first offer! This app has a listing of local stores to choose from. Tops Markets and BJ’s, Target, and Walmart are on there for my locals! You have to submit a picture of your receipt.

Cash is put into your PayPal account or gift cards. You can read a detailed post I wrote about it here.

ShopKick– I am just now starting to use this app, thanks to a member of our FB group. She loves it, and I want to share with you her experience.

Kimberley says- “I LOVE IT!!!! I let my little one (8) do it as we are in the store it keeps her occupied.”

You earn points just for walking through the doors of a store. Then you can turn those points into gift cards.  This app DOES work at BJ’s Wholesale Club as well. Many people like to save it up for unique holiday presents. So if you want to keep the kids occupied or on your phone a lot, this is the app for you.

Receipt Hog– This is a fun one if you remember to do it! This will turn average receipts from everyday shopping into cash. And unlike some of the other rebate apps out there’s it doesn’t matter where you shop or what you buy.

If you are looking to save even MORE at BJ’s, consider the MYPerks Rewards Membership here to save 5% back each time you shop.

What are your favorite apps to use at BJ’s Wholesale Club?

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