🥳 Grabbed $67.92 worth of items for free along with $4.70 moneymaker after tax. This is without bonuses - still trying to reach WWB and September Leaves. Breakdowns below if you’re still chasing bonuses.
Rustic Oven sourdough: $4.79 FAO from Fetch
Success Rice: $1.50 - $1.50 Ibotta
Toby’s Ranch $5.99, Wicked Mac & Peas $4.49, True Made BBQ sauce $4.29, Vital Farms Butter $4.79 - all free through Sprouts’ sampling program
Actual Veggies: $5.99 - $6.00 Aisle
Partake Cookies: $9.98/2 - $4.99 Sprouts BOGO DQ - $1.00/1 Sprouts DQ - $2.00/2 Ibotta - $4.00/2 Aisle = $2.01mm. The DQ’s stacked.
From the Ground Up tortilla chips: $2.97/3 - $3.00/3 Aisle - $0.10 Ibotta any chips
🟩 Whole Foods
Barnana Crisps: $4.99 - $4.99 Ibotta FAO - $1.00 Aisle = $1.00mm
My Mochi individual: $10.00/6 - $10.00/5 Ibotta
Dr. Praeger’s Cauliflower Burger: $4.99 - $4.99 Social Nature - $1.00 Ibotta = $1.00mm
Alpha Burrito: $2.50 - $2.50 Social Nature - $1.00 Ibotta = $1.00mm
@cjwoody Impressive! You do such an amazing job of finding and putting together great deals. I'm sure you've got it down to a science now, but that kind of haul still takes planning. You rock! Thanks for sharing!
@cjwoody You found the Barnana crisps! My store doesn’t have them yet. Let us know how you like them. I like the tortilla chips, but find the ridged chips a bit greasy so I hope the crisps don’t disappoint.
The cauliflower burgers are not bad. I picked some up last week.
Thanks for sharing.
@mom2furkids Thanks! I learned from the best (i.e., this community)!
@Nique The crisps are nice and crunchy with the tostone flavor that I anticipated. I got the oily mouthfeel that you mentioned. I probably won’t eat these straight out of the bag. They’ll be great as a crunchy component in a salad… or dipped in fresh salsa or guacamole!
@kingnelly84 Social Nature is a company that connects brands with unpaid consumers by offering vouchers to try products for free. They strictly focus on “greener” products. If you’re interested, find them online, sign up, and express interest in products they are promoting. Answer a few questions, and if you are a match, then they will mail you a voucher to buy the product for free. Then you have to try it and post a review to their site. A great way to sample new products.
@cjwoody great deals. I was going to go to WF for the FAO but the Crisps weren't showing on the app. I personally love Social Nature. I've tried a lot of products and when they stack with rebate apps, even better.