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Using Deal at Another Store

mscrystallia
Shopper

*newish Ibotta user.

So I’ve noticed that some deals list that they’re available at other stores but not necessarily all of them where that product is sold. I’ve also noticed that if I select a deal for one store it will still count if I bought it at a different store. My question is sort of specific to Oscar Mayer hot dogs. It only lists target and target online. I did end up buying them at Walmart with my other grocery order but didn’t receive credit for it. I’m assuming this is because the deal only lists target as available stores? I’m not mad about it and bought them on an off chance it’d work for the deal/bonus and I needed to get some anyway. (Please no comments about how hot dogs aren’t good for you)

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Re: Using Deal at Another Store

mmoore01
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You are correct.  The rebates are only good at the stores listed.

Sometimes, you will find a rebate for multiple stores, but it may not be the same rebate.  A good example is when something is free.  Different grocery chains sell items at different prices.  Ibotta may add a rebate for $1.99 back from Walmart, but you get back $2.99 at another store.  These are two different rebates for the same product, but not the same store. Sometimes, you only need to buy one at one store, but you may have to buy two at another.

Always check in Ibotta that the item you are buying is for the store you are shopping at.  If you are in the store, you can scan the UPC on the Home screen or the store's screen and find out if there is a rebate for this item.  Be sure to check quantities, also.  

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mmoore01
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You are correct.  The rebates are only good at the stores listed.

Sometimes, you will find a rebate for multiple stores, but it may not be the same rebate.  A good example is when something is free.  Different grocery chains sell items at different prices.  Ibotta may add a rebate for $1.99 back from Walmart, but you get back $2.99 at another store.  These are two different rebates for the same product, but not the same store. Sometimes, you only need to buy one at one store, but you may have to buy two at another.

Always check in Ibotta that the item you are buying is for the store you are shopping at.  If you are in the store, you can scan the UPC on the Home screen or the store's screen and find out if there is a rebate for this item.  Be sure to check quantities, also.  

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