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Posted on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 at 11:00 am
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Here are the newest opportunities to get cash back for the groceries you already buy thanks to Ibotta!

Are you new to Ibotta? Don’t miss out any longer! It’s a fantastic app that allows you to get cash back for items you are already buying and even gives cash back for fun activities and shopping at retail and online stores. Download it today and start getting cash back!

Earn Big at Food Lion!

Fiber One® Cookies – Any variety – 6 ct. box. $1.25
Fiber One® Streusel Bar – Any variety – 5 ct. box. $1.25
Cheerios® Protein – Any variety – 14.1 oz. box. $1.00
Betty Crocker® Fruit-Flavored Shapes – Sponge Bob variety – 10 ct. box. $1.00

General Mills at Food Lion Bonus: Redeem 3 or more of the these General Mills rebates and earn an extra $1.00.

New! Exclusive WinCo Rebates

Betty Crocker® Cake and Cupcake Mix – Any variety – 14 oz. box or larger. $.50
Yoplait® Greek Yogurt – Buy any five (5) – Any variety – 5.3 oz. cup. $1.00
Nature Valley® Bars – Any variety – 6 oz. box or larger. $.50
Chocolate Chex® – 14.25 oz. box. $1.00

Enjoy Farm-Fresh Flavor

Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs – 12 ct. carton. $1.00
This rebate is only available at Publix, Kroger, ShopRite, HEB, Harris Teeter and Giant Eagle.

Safest Choice™ Cage Free Pasteurized Eggs – 12 ct. carton. $1.00
This rebate is only available at Sprouts Farmers Market.

Peace of Mind in Every Bite

Uncle Sam® Fiber Cereal – Any variety – 10 oz. box or larger. $1.00
Sweet Home Farm® Granola – Any variety – 20.5 oz. carton or larger. $1.00
Check your app for availability on rebates.


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