Can I Trust Piggy? Is Piggy Safe to Use?

As of 2020, the Piggy Chrome extension partners with over 5,000 merchants (and is adding new stores every day!) and is trusted by over 1.54 million members worldwide. Certainly, the Piggy automatic coupon app is real, and can definitely be trusted as a legitimate money saving app.

So, the answer to both questions is yes! Piggy is 100% legitimate as a patent-pending Google Chrome app, and Piggy is NOT a scam. Piggy has been verified and vetted by anti-virus agencies around the world such as: Norton, McAfee, Symantec, and Windows Defender. Piggy has even gone as far as having developers from Google, Apple, and Mozilla pick apart its software technology to verify it is safe to use.

We’ve also been featured in several well respected news sources as one of the best money saving apps to use when looking for coupon codes and cash back for online shopping. Here’s what some of them have to say about Piggy:

“Get this installed and you should be sure of getting any available discounts applied before you part with your cash, and again it saves you the trouble of having to hunt around the web for offers yourself, or sift through your inbox for any relevant coupon codes.” - fieldguide.gizmodo.com

“Piggy, a new automatic coupon and cashback rewards service, makes saving money and earning rewards dead simple” - finance.yahoo.com

“Smart online shoppers often search Google for money-saving discount codes before making their purchases. Smarter shoppers in the know also take advantage of cash back sites to save even more. The smartest shoppers of all, however, have discovered that using the Piggy Chrome extension rewards them with the biggest savings and cash back to boot, all with the greatest of ease.” -  Digital Journal, view full article here.

Want more insight on Piggy? Read what our users have to say about our coupon Chrome extension in our Chrome Webstore Reviews.