PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Kids are expensive and many parents are always looking for new apps to save a buck or two.
So we rounded up a few that will help you save on everything from the extras to the essentials, like clothes and food.
Have you heard of Hollar? It's basically an online dollar store, but a little more high end with prices starting at just $2 dollars. Everything on the site is new and deeply discounted.
You can find anything from toys to clothes to school supplies. They say the pricing is low on name brand stuff.
Varage Sale is a virtual garage sale! You use it through Facebook, which connects buyers and sellers directly.
It's the perfect place to unload stuff and make some cash, or find gently used or even new stuff for a deep discount.
When it comes to feeding the kids, there's a crowd sourced app called Kids Eat Free, where moms and dads can find restaurants in the area offer free or discounted kids meals.
Finally, Netflix just launched something caleld "Birthdays On-Demand," a series of 15 two-minute videos where your child's favorite characters like Barbie and My Little Pony or Legos sing them a birthday greeting.
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