Monday, April 04, 2016

#musesofamom: This App Pays the Most on My Groceries!

Many of us moms use couponing to save what we can on our weekly grocery bill.  I have two, constantly hungry teenage boys, so I will deliberately set aside time planning my grocery trips, looking at the ads and matching what coupons I can for items we need, or what I can add to the pantry that will keep these guys fed.  And like you, I will clip coupons from the Sunday paper inserts and visit websites such as to print coupons. 


However, there are times when there are not any coupons for available items (produce is a good example).  Or -- I  just don't have the time for couponing.  Life is hectic.

However, if you haven't yet tried Ibotta, you need to download this app as soon as possible!  Ibotta gives cash back on many grocery items at the most popular grocery stores, including Target, Whole Foods and even gas stations!  Ibotta is extremely helpful because they offer rebates on items and brands that we use every day -- not obscure or expensive products.  Savings can accumulate quickly if you use it on a regular basis.

For instance: this week you can get a $.25 rebate on produce if you need bananas or onions, and a $5 rebate on Luvs Ultra Leakguard diapers at Target.*  Easy savings without using coupons.

And of course, using coupons with the app can help you save even more. You can get a rebate of $.50 this week on Honey Nut Cheerios, so if you also have a coupon to use at the store, you can probably double your savings. There have been times when a good coupon and a rebate hit at the same time that allows me to get an item free or almost free.

Download the app and try it. There are many grocery saving apps out there that are pretty good as well, but I have found that Ibotta is the easiest and the most used savings app I currently have on my smartphone.

And lucky you!  if you use this link for Ibotta, you will receive FREE a $10 bonus when you redeem your first rebate!  Don't wait!

*Savings change on a weekly basis, and receipts need to be submitted when offer is active.  See website for details.

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