Sat. May 30th, 2020

10 thoughts on “Everyday Shopping Apps That Pay Cash and Rewards Part 1

  1. You should also look into Snap by Groupon. It’s new, so the product selection isn’t huge, but does seem to be growing each month. https://snap.groupon.com/app?ref=3f1ebb48844a59e5 Also, one of the easiest, and most profitable for me has been Walmart Saving’s Catcher. Obviously, it’s only good if you shop at Walmart, but you scan the bar code at the bottom of your Walmart reciept. They check local ads, and if they find that you could have gotten something you bought somewhere else for less money, you get the difference. You get the money as a Walmart e-card. I’ve been using it for less than a year, and have already gotten back around $50.

    1. Just signed up for Snap by Groupon! Thanks for letting me know about it, Jess.

  2. Wow I had no idea all of this existed. It seems like a bit of effort that goes into this! I might check them out. I have recently been turned on to couponing! I might just turn into a savings queen!

  3. I’m pretty lazy and would probably never scan my receipts. Half the time I forget to even check my Cartwheel app while I’m shopping at Target.

    1. Ha! I know what you mean, Kim. I want to kick myself sometimes for forgetting to use apps to “check in” while at the store for points.

  4. I downloaded Ibotta but then kept forgetting to use it. I need to get back on that and check out the others. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I made a list of all the apps that I need to check regularly and put it up on a magnetic board. It’s HUGE but it helps me remember. Thanks Kate!

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