Last time I was in Dollar Tree, the Refresh Air Fresheners were all gone. So, I checked my Walmart. The cheapest they had was $1.92 for the 4 pks. I got the last two.
I may have have to check another Dollar Tree or another Walmart.
“… We are currently working with Swagbucks, mPerks (Meijer), MyPoints, ShopAtHome, InboxDollars, CouponCause, Upromise, Tada, and other retail partners to ensure that particular offers can only be redeemed once per member across multiple platforms.
Even in cases where the offer hasn't been redeemed yet for a rebate or cash back value, it is now effectively reserved for use by you on that respective app only, which is why we can't offer it to you as well…”
I have been preaching the SB/C51 similar to SavingStar/C51 when they clearly started duplicating offers in 2021. So this does not surprise me. The odd one is ShopAtHome, that is a an online %-based CB site, not a grocery CB site.
What they are doing is correct, but it will kills their platform IMHO. Very few deals are great on C51 that don't even include a coupon discount, let alone other rebates.
CJ, so this means you have to stop stacking the two I presume?
@Rickibotta I don’t think entirely. The issue only happens when the offers are truly identical in item and value. I am pretty much always able to redeem from both when the items are the same but differ in value (technically not the same offer, which may be by design). Recent successful offers include Veggie Straws, Ragu, Arm & Hammer, and a handful of others. Overall a minor issue in the game, just glad I have more insight haha.
There have been at least 5 or 6 that had same identical values in C51/SB (e.g. $1 eachX5 <or> $2 WYB2) that I have redeemed without issues. I posted some erlier in this thread I think and then when you originally supposed this.
@Rickibotta I recall your good fortune 🥳. I wonder if your accounts are flying under the radar somehow in terms of being linked back to the same user. Or perhaps there is an order of operations that may be beneficial for me to try when redeeming. I have a few approaches to test next time an attractive offer surfaces.