@CaseyTO Fetch Rewards is an app where you can scan receipts and get points to purchase a variety of gift cards. A lot of people that use Ibotta use this app as well. Sometimes you can stack deals for crazy good savings. I learned about Fetch in this community and only recently started using it. If you download the fetch app you can use a referral code to get points right away. Mine is ABH23 for you to get 2,000 points. Or you can search on Google to see if you can get a better bonus code. 1,000 points is about $1. You can get gift cards for as little as $3 for places like Amazon and Target.
@Savingcraze if the price is right I prefer to use organic potting soil because it supposedly has beneficial microbes and maybe some micronutrients. But I often use regular potting soil because the organic stuff can be a lot more expensive. I add fertilizer when using either type. This deal is great especially for organic mix!
I haven’t used it yet. I still have to get my tomato plants. I’ve used organic potting soil before and my plants did well. I plant my tomatoes in Containers. I have always heard organic is better. For what I paid for the size of bag I will use it either way. Good luck with your planting.
Fetch rewards. There's also Receipt Hog and Receipt Pal. Basically points for scanning in any receipt from anywhere, then using the points for gift cards. I've started using them all and really just saving towards free Christmas shopping this year.
I searched for receipt apps in my app store and just started trying out new ones with good ratings.
ok I was going to mention a fetch offer as well but someone already did, but since I am here......
I was checking out CDC printables, and I am curious who actually spends $3.99 on a bob evans 20 ounce side of mashed taters.........I keep looking to get a deal for like a $1 or so........thanks just wanted to vent......thanks for listening....lol