Get Cash Back in Hours With MobiSave
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Get Cash Back in Hours With MobiSave

Posted on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 at 6:44 pm
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Android Smart PhoneWouldn’t it be great to go grocery shopping and end up with cash back? There are several different apps that reward shoppers with cash back after they are done shopping. Each one has specific rules that you need to follow. Use MobiSave, and you can get cash back in hours.

MobiSave is a savings app that can be downloaded from the App Store. At this time, there is no Android version of the app. If you use Android devices you might want to give MobiSave your email address. They will make you among the first to know when the Android version of MobiSave becomes available.

If you use an iOS device, you need to “claim your spot in line” in order to use the MobiSave app. Active memberships are limited until they have enough offers to delight everyone. Active memberships are provided on a first come first served bases. So, the sooner you register with MobiSave, the sooner you might be able to use the app.

Once you have an active membership, you can use the MobiSave app at anywhere you shop. Any store that provides an itemized receipt is covered. Select the special offers that interest you from the ones that appear in the MobiSave app. Those items are the ones that “count”.

After you are done shopping, use your smartphone to take a clear, easily readable, photo of your receipt. The MobiSave app will figure out what special offers you participated in. The app’s website states that you will never wait more than 24 hours for your savings.

Unlike other cash back apps, MobiSave does not require a person to earn a specific amount before they can get the cash back reward. No payout is considered to be too small or too large. There is no minimum required.

One cool thing about MobiSave is that it will work around a spotty signal. You can load your offers while you have a signal and then browse those offers through the app at anytime (even if you no longer have a signal). The offers load onto the app itself.

The main idea with MobiSave is to encourage shoppers to discover brands that are new to them. Each special offer functions like a digital coupon. You select the ones you want to use by clicking on them. A consumer could browse through and search for their favorite brands. Or, they might find a good coupon in the MobiSave app that entices them to try a different brand of the same type of product.

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