In response to your question, I get a lot of cashback because I "stack" with both grocery store apps and other grocery apps:
I also use several additional grocery apps for stacking. Let me know if you'd like my recommendations.
Meanwhile, do keep in mind that if you are a newbie to the world of grocery apps & rebating I would caution you from trying to juggle too many all at once. Add new ones gradually so you don't get burned out. Cause if you get burned out you'll stop. then you won't save another dime!
I shop mainly at Walmart & Kroger, but Publix and CVS when on sale.
combine sales, coupons, Ibotta and other savings apps.
publix offers a lot of buy 1 get 1 free offers every week.
cvs has great deals with extracare bucks deals
kroger has awesome sales and you earn gas perks and they offer digital coupons and cash back on certain items.
I’m in Texas so what I do is look at the sales papers to stores on Ibotta and see if I can do price matching on sale items & if I can I go to the stores that allow price matching along with any digital CUPONS that may be on the app or manufactures CUPONS & shop there.
I use fetch and have saved lots with it ut shopkicks is difficult to me but using different saving apps seems like that would help save more
Here in NC where I live atleast the town im in we don't have many grocery store options and coupons s im still trying to figure out how to use them my husband does the coupons at our main grocery store usually may e I should have him check for coupons to some of the same items as ibbota