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The New Way to Stay on Top of Your Subscriptions

Written by Pete McGovern

Keep track of all your monthly subscriptions on one easy-to-use site with Butter.

Monthly subscriptions are supposed to make things easier to organize. Of course, when you have 12 of them on the go at once and they cover everything in your life from your gym membership to your weekly meal deliveries to your TV shows, it can get a little overwhelming.

That’s what Butter is for. Now there’s a website that will keep all your subscriptions together and even give you a little something in return. So just what are the perks you’d be signing up for?


Once Butter figures out the stuff that you already use, they’re great at finding other services that you might not know about. By looking at other users with similar interests and using all sorts of high-tech algorithms, they’re able to connect you with exclusive deals and offers on brands and services that could be perfect for you.


Having to jump between different apps and accounts to keep track of everything is no fun. My phone screen is already cluttered with enough apps as it is. Butter is a great way to skip all of that and get to your subscription services from one easy place. From Amazon Prime to Spotify, it all fits on Butter.


While it would be nice to get paid huge amounts of money every time I fire up Netflix, I’ll settle for a 1% cashback payment that can start to add up. I’m not going to pull in a fortune with this money but if they want to kick me some cash for every service I sign up, I’m not gonna say no. The more you add to Butter, the more you can earn, and in a house full of children, everything adds up.


You read that right. Butter is upfront about the fact that they’ve cut deals with merchants so that they don’t have to charge you. You’re already paying for so much (like all of those subscriptions) that it’s nice to get access to something like this at no charge.

Actual butter might not be for everyone (I’m partial to margarine myself), but there’s no denying that most people will find value on Butter. Have you got too many subscriptions to count? This could be the website for you.

*Opinions expressed are those of the author, and not necessarily those of Parent Life Network or their partners.