Get Cash Back at the Movies + Glade, Pet Food, & Slim Jim Purchases
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Get Cash Back at the Movies + Glade, Pet Food, & Slim Jim Purchases

Posted on Friday, March 28th, 2014 at 11:00 am
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GladeGreat news! Ibotta has just released some great new rebates, just in time for your weekend shopping trips and even a trip to the movies! 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 some activities like going to the movies. Download it today and start getting cash back!

Here are the newest offers you’ll see in your account:
Glade® Jar Candles – Any fragrance – Single count only. $.50

AvoDerm Natural® Dry Cat Food – Any flavor – 3.5 lb. bag or smaller – Offer only redeemable at Petco. $1.50

AvoDerm Natural® Wet Cat Food – Buy any two (2) – Any flavor – Any size – Offer only redeemable at Petco. $1.00

AvoDerm Natural® Revolving Menu™ – Any flavor – 4 lb. bag – Offer only redeemable at Petco. $5.00

AvoDerm Natural® Dry Dog Food – Any flavor – 5 lb. bag or smaller. Offer only redeemable at Petco. $5.00

UrgentRx® Fast Powders™ – Buy any two (2) packets. Any flavor. $.75
This rebate is exclusively at City Market, CVS, Duane Reade, Fred Meyer, H-E-B, King Soopers, QFC, Ralphs, Walgreens and Walmart.

New Target Exclusive!
Slim Jim® Smoked Snack Sticks – 15 count package only. Rebate redeemable only at Target. $.75

Watch & Earn this Weekend when you see Divergent – Rebate valid on single movie admission ticket. Must keep ticket stub to redeem rebate. See details for more information $1.00

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