I did a search but I didn’t see any related posts. Does anyone use the Merryfield app? If you do any shopping at Whole Foods, there are several stackable deals with Ibotta offers. I often forget to use it and find out later that I missed some good stacking deals. 😩 So many apps to keep track of...
The app features healthier products and the points structure is similar to Fetch so no math needed
@Welshcar Looks a bit like berrycart that went under a number of years back. We just purchased some PK and once upon a farm items yesterday, so perfect timing to stack! Wish the bonuses weren’t expiring today on those as they would make for great stacking offers with Ibotta right now. Their brand list is limited, I was surprised not to find chosen foods, laird, cappello and a few other big clean brands. Thank you for the heads up!
Yes, I've been using it since January. I had to download it on my old iphone (wifi only), since it's not available for android, which is my primary phone. Points seem to accumulate pretty quickly, since there are 5-6 brands that I'm always buying. I try to take advantage of the bonus offers, which seem to stack nicely between sales at Target & Whole Foods and stacking with other apps.
The other app that I use that is geared more towards healthier/organic foods is Makeena. Don't like that one as much. Seems to take forever to get anywhere. Been using it a few years and have a measly $8, with a $20 minimum to cash out.
@MelissaR I use Makeena, too, and I agree that it’s a lot slower. The structure is weird with some points and some dollar amounts. I have been able to cash out once since I started using it a few months ago. I’m at $10 now.
I like that Merryfield has gift cards starting at $5, like Shopkick.
The company is great so far. I submitted my first receipt and thought one item qualified for a bonus (bbq sauce) but it was only for the marinates and dressings, but they responded to my inquiry within a couple of hours and credited for it anyway. I then asked if there was a place to suggest other clean brands and listed a few. They again responded quickly and said emailing them is a great rout to go and credited me with a couple hundred points for the suggestion which helped me reach my first $5 and they told me to suggest others for them took into, so I did, a big list of clean brands I started purchasing this year. Love the experience and fast response time! I know they are still small and have the capacity, but it’s created a great brand experience thus far and would recommend others look into the app and help them grow.
@Loves2Save I couldn’t agree more. I used the Merryfield app to stack with Ibotta for Orgain Protein powder at Walmart. It was a breeze using the app. They did exactly what they said they would do in their marketing and there were no app glitches or waiting weeks for a payout. The people running the Merryfield app obviously have a high standard of business ethics. I’m hooked!
Just bumping this up so more people see it. @Sorensoj and I dig Merryfield.
Great stacking potential with all kinds of products and deals. Their focus is clean brands. I’ve had some good stacks with Sprouts DQs, Aisle & I think even Fetch! (BTW I don’t work for them 😂) Similar to Fetch, you can purchase from any store. Super easy-and they run specials and what they call « brand boosts » where you can earn even more points.
A current multi-stack: Partake cookies! Merryfield, IB, Aisle…