I like to have a couple of pre-paid things up my sleeve at all times - Target GC is always a favorite for deal stacking - but sometimes I find I also have an abundance of random things stashed away. I’m on vacation for 2 weeks so I’m looking through my drawer and my staycation is looking pretty good - actually I’m feeling kinda rich - Which is great since I don’t have a lot of “fun money” right now. (all my money is going into the house lol)
As I looked through it I was wondering if it’s just me or if the kind of people that Ibotta also keep a pre-paid stash?
The best thing I have right now? $50 GC to my favorite local brunch place. In addition to my stash drawer I do have points from all the regular places - Fetch & Shopkick et al which is why I feel so rich!
So, do you have a pre-paid stash? And if you do what’s the best thing in it?
@SaverGirl67 I usually cash out my apps at either $25 or $50 so I do have some stash available, and when I cash out, I generally cash out to Amazon, so I have some Amazon available. My friend in CA is having surgery tomorrow, so I just sent her a gift using an Amazon GC. I presently have plenty of CVS EB stash as well - but I generally like to roll those on good deals. Mostly everything else I cash out to my bank.
I did give my son $25 Chipotle GC - so that's his stash (not mine)
I have about:
Lol @FelskyNY . Thanks for the adsist. I updated above.
So I bought a lot of HD GCs many years ago for home improvements and got them around 26% off, largely in EBAY.
I normally cash out to gift cards and use them as soon as possible. Basically recycling rewards. I do buy discounted gift cards. Last week, HEB had some GC promotions of buy one get the second 40% off. I bought two $15 Whataburger cards and have already started using them. I do have GCs added to the Target app which I use when I go there. Only other one is a Lowe’s card that I’m saving for a home project when I have time.
Walgreens app says I have $3.27 in WG cash. Does that count? 😂
Hubby & I have plans to retire early...like way early (for us) around 55. So all my rebates & such go right back to buying things that would otherwise come out of our budget.
Guess I don't qualify as rich on any front, but I will have a LOT of free time in a few years. 😉