I found this at my Target yesterday. Scanned product in store to make sure it matched and it did. Got out to my car and scanned receipt. Ibotta didn't find the offer for the bacon just the yogurt offer I bought, so I scrolled down and chose the offer and scanned the barcode again which matched again. However, when Ibotta processed my receipt, they didn't give me the rebate for the bacon, only the yogurt. I have an open ticket...so hopefully they correct it soon.
I had the same issue with cheez-it grooves scorching. Receipt says KELL CHEESECRACKER, So perhaps that is part of the problem.
@Beffy4 Same thing for me. I went to Target early yesterday just to get them. Product scanned as a match in store, but didn't pick up when I uploaded my receipt. Only the other 3 items I bought. I scanned both items in again and submitted my receipt. But it didn't go to the bell notification side. It's shows as '$3 pending' when I click on account. The transaction is there with the correct amount I should get ($14.78). I had this happen last wk with my Winn Dixie receipt, it pended for the full 48 hrs before crediting (the $5 wine offer was missing on the pending side). So don't want to jump the gun on a ticket just yet, since it's only been a little over 24 hrs now. But I do have screenshots as backup in case the bacon doesn't credit.
@Rickibotta Kelloggs bought out Keebler at least 4 years ago. Back in April I bought a bag of the Cheezit popcorn, my receipt came out Kell or Kelloggs cheese popcorn but I still got credit from Ibotta
Yes I understand that. I was just mentioning that it did not happen automatically for me.
As the Hormel is happening for others, iitem MATCHed, but I had to manually add and scan during redemption.
Then showed up as whole receipt pending for a few hours.
Then got credit for all but these and the Cheez-its dropped off altogether.
Then I resubmitted receipt for just the Cheez-Its, again having to scan UPCs.
Then got notification after several hours that item not verified
Had to open ticket. A few days later they approved.
(Yes Kellogg bought out Keebler a looooooong time ago, perhaps 15 to 20 years ago, but then Kellogg spun of part of their Keebler assets, such as cookies, a few years ago to Ferrero.)
For fellow oldsters who grew up in the midwest, you may remember the Wacky path stickers from the mid 70s.
The discussion of Hormel reminded me of their Wacky sticker.
Here is a portion of a trunk that I covered in the stickers, including the Hormel one to the left of the latch.
@Rickibotta I LOVVVVE Wacky Packages, these days I have to be content with downloading them from the internet
Wacky Packages were never confined to the Midwest. I've seen them through my elementary and middle school life growing up in Atlanta and bought a few packs at least when I was in 6th grade