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Deal Master

Ibotta is my #1  savings app. I would like to know if any others are using other  apps in conjunction with Ibotta 

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Rewards Hunter


I also use Shopkick but Ibotta is definitely my favorite. I like that they don't have points, just cash back. 

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Rewards Hunter


I use the following...


ShopKick: Try Shopkick and we'll both get points toward a free gift card! 😀 Use code FUN089950 or download

Checkout 51: No Link

Fetch Rewards: Turn your grocery receipts into gift cards with Fetch Rewards. It’s super easy. Just click the link below and you’ll get $2 in points when you snap your first receipt.

Receipt Hog: No Link No Link 

Local Grocery Store Apps

Fresh EBT APP: You can link your grocery store rewards card ... to your EBT Card for instant savings... there are also other helpful links/information on the app


I hope this helps! 

Happy Savings!!$$$$

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Deal Sharer

Checkout 51 is good, has some different offers, including 1 cent per gallon cashback on gas and a pharmacy card (not insurance, just potential discount on medicine).

Fetch Rewards lets you scan any receipt for points, even with just generic or unusual brands. It's not fast rebates, receipts without special matchup offers are only about 25 points for the whole receipt and it takes about 1000 points for one dollar worth of gift card value. Nonetheless, it's a way to get something back from items you'd otherwise be totally out the cost on.

To really save on gas, I have a membership with GasBuddy. Currently the free tier has a base rate of 3 cents per gallon, but some stations always have additional 2-5 cents per gallon discount that you activate on the app shortly before filling up. The GasBuddy card is linked to your banking account, so the discounts are direct.

I have the SavingStar and apps, but I haven't been particularly thrilled with them. SavingStar was okay in the past despite a smaller offer selection, but I've been having issues with receipt scanning lately. is kind of interesting, but I get more out of printing their coupons via the Swagbucks website, where I get equivalent of 1 cent per coupon printed plus 25 cents per coupon redemption.

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Rewards Hunter

I use several apps and it has saved me over $500 since last August! 
Can use my codes to earn extra cash when signing up if you would like. 😁

Fetch Rewards-  
Turn your grocery receipts into gift cards with Fetch Rewards. It’s super easy. Just click the link below and you’ll get $2 in points when you snap your first receipt.


I’m inviting you to join Drop, the free app that’s giving away millions in cash rewards every day! Use my code loyni to get $5 - no strings attached.


Have you signed up with Rakuten yet? It’s the best site for earning Cash Back. Get a $10 bonus when you sign up with my invite link and spend $25. It’s free! 🤩

Check out Swagbucks! I use it to get free gift cards! Click my link to join:

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Rewards Hunter

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Deal Sharer

I use Ibotta, Checkout 51, Receipt Hog, and am a member of National Consumer Panel. I also use Surveys on the Go and and Survey Monkey Rewards! I used to be a member of Harris Polls (since I was like 18), but they switched platforms earlier this summer and to me it's just not worth it anymore. 

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What is receipt Hog like? 

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I agree with several other people about the Swagbucks, the Rakuten, but there is another one also is good for online shopping, surveys and coupons. I know people mentioned but I figure I might as well earn points and then gift cards/$ for using the same coupons I usually find there. I also have a CVS rewards card that I use for all my prescription purchases and any regular purchases that then earns me reward bucks and % off coupons after so much. 10 prescriptions = $5 towards regular purchases of nonprescription items. Just some extra information as we are all trying to save these days. My husband and I are disabled so we live on a fixed budget.

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Deal Sharer

Thanks for the shop kick link!

Best Regards,