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Ibotta app has rebates for different items mostly grocery but, other things as well such as restaurants, home improvement, etc. It's free to use and signup for and you can use it in additional to whatever coupons you already are using.

They also have team based goals to earn even more in rebates. It might be cool to have a frugal village team.

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I love this app. I have gotten back over $60 so far and counting. pm me if you want to add someone to your team.
 

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I tried it but didn't care for it. I do use the Checkout 51 app though. I usually only get .25 a week for produce though. I don't buy 99% of the items on the list.
 
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Okay, decided to try it. I downloaded the app and already made .75!! I will try if for the month of April, along with SavingStar and Retail Me Not and see what is worth keeping when all is said and done.
 

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It really helps to have people on your team that use the app regularly. I now have over $100 back with this app. One of the local coupon groups had people wanting to join together. I added another gal that uses it. Between the two of us we have really scored some good deals. Like I said if you want to add someone to your team let me know. Usually the beginning of the month they offer an extra $5 if you buy so much and your team makes so much. So if you split it up between multiple people you can really make some money back. I hit $20 no problem I got back an extra $5 and then an extra $1 for buying the three dial acne products. Buy the way their are rebates for the dial acne soap, face wash and body wash $3 rebate each and extra $1 if you buy all three. The soap and face wash 3.97 and the body wash is 4.97 at Walmart. I used a coupon for $1 off two products. So with the $9 the extra $1 bonus rebate and the coupon I only paid about 1.91 for all three. Pretty good if you ask me.
 
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Jayceef12- Add me to your team! I am just getting the hang of this app and really like it!
I just sent you a pm. How exciting:)
 

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Does it have to be by phone or can it be done on the computer?
 

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I'd like to join your team! I've gotten almost $60 back so far.
 

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You are not doing to bad yourself. I wonder if you don't get better rebates the more you use it. I had quite a few for kids items like diapers, wipes etc. I usually take advantage of these. They have had some awesome rebates on beer too. I don't really drink a huge amount so a six pack will last me a long time. When they offer $5 on a six pack that costs 6.97 I usually get it. I coupled the really awesome Walgreens deals on the Irish Spring body wash last two weeks (coupons, points & rr) with the app. This made for some really cheap/free soap. Sorry took me so long to respond. I have been busy transitioning back into my old position at work. Life has been just a little hectic.
 

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Since this is my first month using it, I'm hoping it gets better as time goes on. Like Target Cartwheel, you know how the more you use it the more offers you can load? I do like the app and will continue to get better with it. I'm also using Inbox Dollars and using their coupons to pair with Ibotta as often as possible. I did get the Irish Spring body wash! That was a good deal. I don't have small kids anymore and we don't drink alcohol, so it's been really hit or miss with the offers.
 

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Another app I just picked up was Receipt Hog. You take pictures of your receipts and earn points based on the total. The points can be redeemed for cash or gift cards.

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