A few things:
1) I know Meijer seems to get no love here. Not many midwesterners I reckon
2) This is not a moneymaker, but if you have tried Lily's, and found a bo-mb flavor, still a great deal, and it checks a box of an offer towards bonuses.
Regular Price: $3.89 X2 = $7.78 less $4.29 ibotta WB2 = $3.49 less $2 PQ (from CDC website) = $1.49 for two bars
I miss Meijer. I use to live in Michigan and MTA (Meijer Thrifty Acres) was our go to place for groceries. My girls loved the penny pony rides and the $1.00 ice cream cones.
Of course, that was back in the late '80s and '90s. The prices are probably much higher now.
I had never heard of MTA. That led me to googling.
That led me to this
@Rickibotta those Lily's are good and low sugar too, as are the Beyond Good chocolate bars, which I used a $1.75 ibotta (x3) on today. Unfortunately chocolate bars seem to be one of the few foods that are taxed at grocery stores here in CT but I'm sure the state could use the money.
Indiana is somewhat a confusing mess. Some of it has to do with if it is prepared with wheat or something.
This is just a bit of what I have accumulated:
No tax on: Herheys Cookies & Cream, KIT Kat, Nestle Crunch, TWIX, Pixy Stix, and Take 5
Tax on: Hershey's, Reeses Peanut Butter Cups
Other things are different like unpopped popcorn is untaxed but popped popcorn is taxed
@Rickibotta , I love finding Meijer deals! We have had a Meijer here for only about a year now, and I am so thankful for it! I didn’t know what I was missing before. Some of my best deals found have been here.