@Xiao it came to $1.88 for all four (0.47 each)
.....if I'm not mistaken I think fetch pays the full amount, so it probably would have worked....I fell like I did this with another product, not 100% though
FETCH pays what they think you paid.
Price = $4 DQ = $1 (They will pay you $3 unless rare situation where DQ is not attached to product on your receipt)
Price = $4 PQ = $1 Same as above, but Kroger simply shows all PQs as SCANNED COUPON), so they would give me $4, so I would make $1
WHEN ACCUMULATING FOR A THRESHOLD FETCH OFFER
This is hit and miss. Most times, I will get the 'regular price' listed on my Kroger receipt, but occasionally they only credit me for the amount paid. I have even submitted one as a test and they gave me credit for full price, and then went back to get more, only to have the second purchase only give me credit for amount paid. Same store and same-looking receipt. Rather odd indeed
...so walmart may not be the best place for fetch since they put their coupon discount right under the product
.....most grocery stores put them at the bottom just as "scanned coupons " like @Rickibotta says
...never hurts to try though 🤷
.....kicking myself i didnt wait one more day, especially when the offers and paper coupons i had expired on the 21st....oh well, no way I could have known
Technically there is a way you couild have known. You could have looked yesterday.....lol.
I hate it when that happens on something I really really want to use and it has an ibotta match.
There are just so many hours in the day to check expiration dates on everything and keep track of ECB/RR expirations as well.