I was disappointed on Saturday when I stopped at Meijer and found the empty shelves spots with no product left on them. Well, I decided last minute to check again yesterday because we were already near the store for something else. I got excited to see 4 boxes of the Minis now! So I grabbed 3. When I went to redeem my receipt I was only credited for 1 box (plus the $5 for the Unilever deal). Then I start reading comments later on how it now changed to just 1 redemption around the time that I purchased them. My excitement turned to disappointment again. I would never have paid over $5 a box for ice cream when I have so much free ice cream in my freezer right now, but I also can’t bring myself to returning food items, especially ice cream which melts quickly. So I sent a ticket in. Thankfully I had the screenshot showing 3 redemptions available. I will see what they say. It was my mistake for not checking the offer right before I checked out at the register. Lesson learned.
I think you will win since you have a screen grab, but you never know. I would be pretty frustrated with FETCH if I lost out on $5 or $10.
I personally could not return something refrigerated or frozen to a store unless spoiled. It isn't the store's fault. I also would not want to shop at a store that would take such returns and put them back on shelves. You have no idea how long something was sitting out, etc. It could be misshapen in the case of ice cream treats. I would have to put up a good fight with those mother fetchers who changed their terms once again.
Good luck. If I were you, I would be livid if they didn't give you credit.
I found the Mini Klondike Bars today in a neighboring city. I scanned the receipt immediately, but did not receive 100% back. After correcting and scanning barcode, my points were credited by the time I got home.
So it must have been around 7:30;pm when I go to Meijer looking for the klonfike minis ($5.39) I needed $9.67 Unilever to get my $5 bonus. I had settled on the Knorr sides 6 for $5 promotion to put me over the edge.
For the third day in a row, meijer showed klondike minis in stocks, and once again there were none. So that ended my meijer trip.
I regrouped and figured I would get the minis @ Target.. so I add them to my list, and I go to FETCH and there it wasn't. Yep they had pulled it. So that ended my Target trip.
But I did get to CVS: 2 free kiinder Bueno share bags 5.7 oz <and> free nail clippers. And I did get to kroger: 4 Free six-packs of nestle splash <and> twix minis 9.7 oz for $1.39 <and> 6 packs of scotch brite Sponges for $6 total.
But none of that tasted as good as the klondike minis. And I now hVe several EBs, CRTs,etc and a lot of CVS homework to understand how that all works. And should I pay $48 for an annual carepass membership? So much to consider.
I have CVS carepass and I like it. I don't know any other membership when you got back more than you paid for. Its ni minimum on shipping and I used a lot during pandemic just buy things which havent been in stock in the store and avoid shopping trips
@Lovetosavenow I'm with you, if you are a frequent CVS shopper, having carepass is a great idea (IF YOU DON'T GET OVERWHELMED WITH EBs). You also get a 20% discount on CVS products (if they aren't on any type of promotion). Definitely worth the $48 cost for $120 a year in EB. If you don't USE them however, you lose them. @Rickibotta You also get free shipping on Carepass eligible items which is a plus.
I got off to a rather slow start on the recently finished Unilever 60 for 20 marathon but had a fast and furious finish the past weekend and captured the last 2 bonuses. Bought THREE - count 'em THREE - Klondike minis in 2 days, 2 the first time and both were Fetch Rewards FAOs, getting stiffed on the FAO for the 3rd one so far but that - along with a 48 oz Breyer's (had a buckaroo off digital coupon for it) and 2 Suave roll-ons discounted at a buckaroo apiece (I probably only needed 1) - got me the 4th and final Unilever bonus