DEAL-FINDING APP SKOUT DEALS PARTNERS WITH ONCUE EXPRESS TO OFFER CUSTOMERS GREAT DISCOUNTS

OnCue Express customers can download Skout Deals app and save at least 25% in-store

AUSTIN, TX—Skout Deals, a location-based app that helps people find deep discounts with local merchants, has announced that customers of OnCue Express, a growing innovator in the Oklahoma convenience store market, can now use its app and take advantage of in-store discounts. Skout Deals is free to use, and all deals on the app offer savings of at least 25% or more.

“Our vision in creating the Skout Deals app is to create a one-stop shop to find nearby deals with a few taps of the finger, eliminating the need and time required to hunt through websites,” said Skout Deals founder and CEO Bryan Payne. “OneCue Express sees the benefit in what we can offer their customers, and we’re happy to help them grow their business.”

Based in Stillwater, OK, OnCue Express has been in business for more than 50 years and employs over 1,000 Oklahomans in more than 75 locations.

The Skout Deals app can be downloaded for free on iOS in the App Store or on Android from the Google Play Store.

About Skout Deals
Skout Deals is a location-based deal finding app that helps consumers find nearby deals, revolutionizing how people find deals from local merchants. The app consolidates all nearby deals, eliminating the need for consumers to hunt through multiple apps, website, emails, newspapers, flier inserts, and direct mail to find that great deal. Created by deal finders, everything on the app is 25% off or more, and includes features built into the app that minimize effort to find the best deals. The app has over 220,000 merchant locations and 50,000 plus deals available, updated daily direct from over 200 participating national merchants such as Walmart, Best Buy and Target.
For more information visit: https://skoutdeals.com
Media Contact: Bryan Payne bpayne@skoutdeals.com
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