I love music, dance, and cash. There’s nothing that makes me get my groove on than seeing that cha-ching!
It’s a running joke with my family and friends how I love sharing cash back reward programs such as Ibotta, Rakuten, Fetch, and more!
If you would like to do the cash back dance too here’s how to get on that money train by scanning your receipts!
Ibotta is my #1 favorite cash back app, and I have received over $486, between my purchases and my Ibotta team.
That’s right!! I have a team of savers who took advantage of my referral link. 🤑🤑
It’s a win, win, when friends spend! LOL
Here’s my referral link which gives you incentives to join as well by referring all of your friends too.
It’s kind of silly not to take advantage of the Fetch Rewards cash back app.
All you do is scan your receipt, and you get some points. If you buy some of their featured brands, you get extra bonus points.
Plus, if you refer your friends you get points AGAIN! Here’s mine: Fetch Rewards
Receipt Hog is just down right fun. It’s almost like a game for super savers!
You get coins for just about any receipt you scan, including your household family members.
You can use your coins for gift card rewards, slot spins, and tickets to monthly money jackpot!
(No referral bonus with this app, but it’s still worth a try)
Receipt Pal is just like Receipt Hog. Just take a pic of your receipts and fill up your card slots.
There is a referral bonus with Receipt Pal, so here mine: Receipt Pal, so you can get yours.
Check Out 51
CheckOut 51 is super easy, and more brand focused.
So, it’s worth looking at the new offers they put out each Thursday!
SavingStar is easy breezy too! Just add the brands you plan on purchasing at the store before you go!
There are more cash back apps out there, but these are my faves when it comes to shopping in store.
Cash Back online will be in another post! 🙂 One of my favorites is: Top Cash Back….love this one!
Sure it takes a little time to look at what each app offers, but with a little effort you can have a nice chunk of cash for Christmas or vacay.
Super Saving Tip: I keep all of these apps grouped together under Cash Back Apps for easy access. The girl doesn’t have time to keep swiping. LOL
Each app will give you clear directions on how to use their mobile program.
So, make sure you watch the video or tutorial directions so your not missing out on all the ways you can earn.
If you have any other apps that get’s you into your groove, please share in the comments below!
When I first started clipping coupons it took me hours to get everything matched up, clipped, and then organized. And to be honest with you, even though I have a more streamlined system today, I still don’t love clipping coupons. 🙂 Fortunately, digital brand coupons are now available to download through shopping apps at your favorite grocery, discount, drugstores, or big box places such as Target! The beauty of signing up for your favorite store’s loyalty program, is that they love to send you exclusive digital coupons based on the things that you buy the most. What a super way to save!! Now….let’s take it up a notch!! The following shopping apps list offer items that will give you cash back if you buy them! It can be anything from fresh produce, milk, candles, chips, or whatever else may be on your shopping list. So, below are a few shopping apps that I use on a regular basis and I really do get paid in cash! (I am including my referral links, so that you can join me in the super saving fun). Here we go!!
When Ibotta first came out, I thought that the name was kind of funny, so I still get a little smile when I share it with people because they usually give me that weird look like, “What’s Ibotta”? All of the apps that I am going to share with you are pretty much the same, but I listed Ibotta first, because you can build a team of super savers and earn more money when each member uses a “rebate”. A rebate is basically a coupon offer for a particular product or service such as the one below:
So….head into a store, open up the app, see what offers are available, buy it, scan your receipt, upload it, and wallah money is added to your account. It really is that simple, and when I am ready to cash out, I transfer the money to my PayPal account! Again this is an easy breezy way to save on the things that your going to buy anyways, or maybe you’ve been wanting to try. 🙂
So, now that you get the idea of how to use the Ibotta app, below are a few more for you to also try!
SavingStar has been around for a while, but like many of the other apps you can now scan your receipt so that you get credit for everything you purchase. Also, I like that you get a weekly freebie, and a discount on a healthy offer, such as lettuce, apples, or whatever else is in season. Save money on your groceries! Nothing to clip or print. Totally paperless. New deals every week.
Snap By Groupon
Snap By Groupon is a fairly new shopping app that offers a variety of deals that you can use at any store, which is a huge plus if you like to shop at Aldi’s, The Dollar Store, or Dollar Tree. Click here to join:
No coupons, mail-in rebates, or shopper points.Just cash for buying the grocery products you need!
Checkout 51 reloads new offers every Thursday, and you can redeem at any store! It’s super easy to use, and here’s a screen shot of what’s in my account currently, and when I reach $20 bucks, I can cash out! Woo! Hoo!
Now, there are some other great shopping apps out there, but for the sake of time, I can only handle the four above. LOL
Here’s a little savings tip when you use your apps:
See if there are any Sunday paper coupons or online digital coupons that you can use as well as the shopping app offer.
Glade candle offer :
$1.00 off of 2 Glade candles from shopping app
$1.00 off of Glade manufactures coupon
Guess what? You get to use both coupons in the same transaction, which means super savings for you!
I hope that you can see the value of trying out these shopping apps, and it really is fun to see the savings add up. You can at least have a little extra Christmas money if you start now! Just a thought……
Also, if you have had any success with other shopping apps I would love to know, so share below!! 🙂