Ibotta: New Cash Back Offers on Milk, Olives, Tea & More
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Ibotta: New Cash Back Offers on Milk, Olives, Tea & More

Posted on Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 at 9:00 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!


Any Brand – Limited time only. Excludes all flavored & non-dairy varieties, $.25
CW by CorningWare®

CW by CorningWare®, Any color – 4 piece set only, $5.00

CW by CorningWare®, Any color – Any open stock variety, $2.00

These rebates are available at Target, Military Commissary and Meijer


Lindsay® Olives

Lindsay® California Black Ripe Pitted Olives, Any variety – 2.25 oz. can or larger, $0.25

Lindsay® Naturals California Ripe Olives, Any variety – 3.8 oz. can or larger, $0.75

Lindsay® Recloseables™ California Ripe Olives, Any variety – 5 oz. tub, $1.00

Lindsay® Kalamata Pitted Olives, 6 oz. jar, $1.00

Lindsay® Spanish Manzanilla Pimiento Stuffed Olives, Any size, $1.00

These rebates are available exclusively at Publix



JUST CHILL®, Relaxation Drink Any variety – Any 12 oz. can, $0.75

This rebate is available at at King Soopers, Vons, Pavilions & Whole Foods



SoapBox™ All-Natural Liquid Soap, Any variety – 8 fl. oz., $0.75

SoapBox™ All-Natural Bar Soap, Any variety – 4 oz. bar, $1.00

SoapBox™ All-Natural Body & Soul Wash, Any variety – 14 fl. oz. bottle, $1.50

**BONUS: Redeem 2 or more of the above rebates and earn $1.00

These rebates are available at Hy-Vee, Giant Eagle, Harris Teeter and H-E-B



TEAS’ TEA®, Any variety – 16.9 fl. oz. or larger., $1.00

This rebate is available at 16 retailers including Safeway, Target, 7-Eleven, Whole Foods and Costco



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