Earn Money While You Shop with Ibotta!
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Earn Money While You Shop with Ibotta!

Posted on Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 at 3:55 pm
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Wouldn’t it be great if you could actually earn some of your money back while you shop? With Ibotta, you can! This free app offers you rewards you can later transfer to your PayPal account or donate to a school of your choice. It’s easy to use and could deliver deep savings when used on top of any coupons or money saving techniques you already have in place!

How does it work?

The Ibotta app offers you money when you buy any products currently included in their offers. For example, right now I can earn $1.25 when I buy TRESemme Split Ready Shampoo or Conditioner. When you see a product you need to buy, simply tap it and finish one of the tasks. Some ask you to take a poll or watch a video. Once finished, the offer is added to a list along with any other offers you’ve completed. When you are done picking out all of your offers, you then choose which store you’ll be shopping at. Ibotta works with several stores nationwide including Target, CVS Pharmacy, Bi-Lo, Fred Meyer, Kroger, Winn-Dixie and many more! Now, you simply go shopping. After you bring all of your groceries home, you snap a photo of your receipt and scan the barcodes on all qualifying products purchased. Once your receipt and barcodes have been verified, Ibotta will either put the rewards into your PayPal account or donate the funds to a school of your choice!

What Kind of Products?

Ibotta updates their offers constantly, so you never know what you’ll find when you open the app! You’ll find offers for personal care items like toothpaste, household cleaning supplies and soaps, condiments, snacks, beverages, and much more! Their Facebook page keeps users up-to-date on any new offers they are featuring.

Refer a Friend

Ibotta also has a refer-a-friend program. For every friend you refer using your own unique link, Ibotta credits $1.00 to your account! There currently is no limit to the number of rewards you can earn.

Get Deep Discounts!

When you get rewards from Ibotta, you essentially aren’t paying full price for the qualifying product, so it works very much like a coupon. If you really want to save big, you can use Ibotta along with our coupon matchups, Sunday insert coupons, and printable grocery coupons and watch dollars drop off of your monthly grocery bill!

The Ibotta app is available in the iTunes and Google Play marketplaces.

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