ibotta: Earn rewards for shopping with a new app and a signup bonus!

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ibotta is a free app that pays you cash for buying your favorite products in the store. Simple as that. You take a photo of your receipt after the purchase and you’ll earn cash rewards.

I’m not one to get into too many app programs, but for some reason I ended up downloading this app. I didn’t even use it for a couple of weeks. When I finally ended up actually looking at it, I thought to myself that I could actually use this!

And I love it!!

Seriously, I’m not just trying to get you to sign up under my affiliate link-though, I would love you to do so! lol

I actually look forward to going on ibotta after a shopping trip to see what rebates I can get. You see, I’m not much of a coupon user-not on purpose-I’m just lazy about cutting them out. So, I look at this as a type of coupon service. Hey, I don’t have anything to lose except for the 5-10 minutes it takes me to scan everything. I know it’s just .20 here, and .50 there, but it feels like Christmas when I hear the “chi-ching” on my phone when it’s approved for payment.

If you have one of these devices, you’ll want to try out ibotta for yourself:

  • iPhone 3GS and newer
  • iPod Touch fourth generation and newer
  • iPad 2 and iPad 3
  • Android devices running on platform 2.2 and newer

 

How to get started earning with ibotta:

  1. Click here and start your account first, then download the app to your device (iPad, iPod, iPhone or Android Smartphone or tablets).
  2. Before shopping, choose your offers. (You’ll need to answer survey questions and watch videos, depending on the product).
  3. Shop at participating stores. (Kroger, Meijer, Target, Walmart, CVS, Hyvee Rite Aid and Walgreens are some of the local stores on the app!)
  4. Take a photo of your receipt using your device. Your purchase will be verified and account credited within 24 hours.
  5. Get paid. Redeem your rewards for CASH (via PayPal) or donate it to any school in the U.S.

What do you have to lose?

I found it easy to earn cash back for items I have planned on buying anyway. I even ended up buying something because it was $1 rebate and the item was just over a $1 in price, so it was like using an awesome coupon!

If you end up trying it, please let me know what YOU think.

 

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