Get up to Cash Back on Breakfast Items at Safeway
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Get up to $9 Cash Back on Breakfast Items at Safeway

Posted on Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 at 11:00 am
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IMG_3606Attn: All Safeway shoppers!Ibotta has just released over $20 in New Rebates, available only at this store.

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!

Here are the Safeway store offers that you’ll find in your app:

10 New Breakfast Rebates at Safeway!
Egg Beaters® – Any variety – Any size. $1.00
PAM® Non-Stick Cooking Spray – Any variety – 5 oz. can or larger. $1.00
Reddi Wip® – Any variety – Any size. $1.00
Hunt’s® Tomatoes – Any variety – 14.5 oz. can or larger. $.25
Pure Wesson® Oil – Any variety – Any size. $1.00
Banquet® Pot Pies – Any variety – 7 oz. pk. $.75
Banquet® Brown’N Serve™ – Any variety – 6.4 oz. pk. only. $1.00
Safeway® Kitchens Waffles – Any variety – 10 ct. only. $1.00
Safeway® Kitchens Cinnamon Rolls – 8 ct. pk. only. $1.00
Safeway® Kitchens Strudel – Any variety – 6 ct. only. $1.00

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