With the holiday shopping season approaching we are all looking for new ways to save money and I am super excited about this new app called Ibotta (for all you android users like me, you are about to be very jealous of the IPhone users, but don’t worry Ibotta has the android version of the app coming out in November. I will be sure to let you know when that one is out:) )
So enough of my talking about being jealous lol and on to this awesome app! It is SUPER simple to save money using this app and it is FREE to download, just head on over HERE and download it.
After you have downloaded it as you are getting ready to go to the store (or even when you are at the store) select the offers that you want to claim (for the products that you are buying) so you can get cash back for buying them. You can maximize your earnings by watching videos and taking quick polls!!!
Then head to your local Walgreens, Target or Walmart and start shopping. (They are working on getting more stores to participate but I am super excited for Target!) You can use your coupons like you normally do and that means you are saving even more!!!
When you get home, snap a quick photo of your receipt and you are able to take the photo through the app so you don’t even have to worry about scanning it with your scanner or anything like that.
You also earn money for reading recipes!!! I am loving that part, not only are you earning money but you are adding new recipes to help change up the meals your family eats 🙂 Win Win in my book!
Then with in 24 hours you will see your account balance from your shopping trip in your account, once you hit $5 you can cash out and they will send the balance to your paypal account!!!! I am loving that the cash out balance is super low because it makes it more fun when you can cash out more often 😉
Here is a quick video that you can watch to learn more about the app, and then head on over HERE and download it and start earning money just for doing your shopping!!!!
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