ME TO SELF: 140 offers. No problem. I just need to get as many offers as I have total in the last 6 months
SELF TO ME: So You're saying there's a chance
I got $30/90
.....I'm going to give it a shot 🤷
I didnt get the last pumpkin one that was like this, so thismis my first "30 day challenge "
.... Want to remind folks that everyone's shopping style and budget is different.... good luck to those that are going to give it a try. And to those on the fence....don't forget that you have 30 days to complete this, with the possibility of a few extra bonuses within that time period to STACK. Also, for new members (and those who may not know) you can utilize the "resets" on small items to help fill in gaps.... I.E > SNICKERS, BUTTERFINGERS, ETC.... I mean, gee, in 30 days you can get many resets on easy stuff like that....PLUS ALL THE FREEBIES throughout the month.
......best of luck 😜😎
@MeLMeL11 I appreciate your positivity! Only time will tell. I hope the weekly bonuses continue, as they usually provide enough incentive to break up my shopping into several different trips.
As for using small item resets- my Butterfinger bar hasn’t reappeared in weeks; others too. That’s where my negative thoughts come in for this bonus. 140 offers is A LOT, especially when my Walmart list currently has 35.7% fewer available offers than the average I’ve had over the past several months.
@LaraL A suggestion to please pass along….create a bonus that rewards people as they complete it. Finishing one makes the next one available. For example $5 for 35 offers once completed opens up $15 for the next 45 offer then once completed then opens up the final $25 for the final 60 offers. Hopefully I explained it correctly. It’s the same amount of offers 140 total and the same bonus dollar amount earned $45 total. It just broken up rewarding people along the way. It is very hard for a lot of people to complete such a large bonus without any earning any incentives along the way.
@Lakelady126 I think that's a great idea, I'll definitely pass it along. The current "normal" structure is kind of like that except there's no continuation contingency. That is to say, you don't need to complete previous ones to complete the later ones.