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3 Best Apps for Grocery Cashback

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Tahtah33

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Do you know if you can use it if you shop with EBT I shop with cash but I also get food stamps would it work with those transactions as well?
 

PsycheScribbles

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I have similar app called, Snapcart. Ibotta is not available in my country so I use snapcart as an alternative.
I have tried that as well. But, it did not work for me. My receipts were just ignored. Do you really have to fit the receipt within ths box provided? I placed some space.
 

manfred24

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I'm using snapcart for 1 year now. So far I've already cashed out around 25usd amount both for mobile load conversion and bank transfer. cashback rewards are as follows: 10-20 usd receipt- 0.08usd cashback, up to 40usd - 0.16usd, higher than 40usd - 0.3usd. receipts accepted are groceries, pharmacies/medicines and beauty and healthcare products. with regular shopping schedule i can make 3usd monthly. the downside is they have a high rate of rejection on receipt capture quality
 

msbluebonnett

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Hi. I just got a new android phone so I finally signed up for Checkout 51. Are there any other good apps like Checkout 51 that are good for Canada as well. Thanks. Have a great day making money from home everyone. :)
 

jipsyjo30

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I like Ibotta too. It just takes me a while to get up to the $20 balance because not everything on the app is relevant to me. I find most of my earnings come from the "any item" rebate. I also use Shopkick. There is another one called Receipt Hog, which I've tried signing up for multiple times but there is a waiting list.
 

Shellyann36

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Do you know if you can use it if you shop with EBT I shop with cash but I also get food stamps would it work with those transactions as well?
Yes, all of those apps as far as Ibotta and Checkout51 and the Walmart Savings App will still work with EBT! I just saw this or I would have replied sooner.
 

fan4da48

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Fetch is another really great app for cashback on groceries. Its on Iphone and Android, Im not sure if it is just top tier countries or not... It has some great features in it too. It tracks your spending and shows how much you have spent at each store which is really neat and eye opening lol...It has bonus point offers if you buy certain products but you will get a minimum of 25 points for every receipt you upload. It has hundreds of brands that if you purchase any item from that brand you get bonus points and then special bonus point offers for certain items. It will only accept receipts from stores that sell food items like, grocery stores, convience stores, etc...wont work for places like Lowes, Home Depot, etc....They have awesome rewards too, gift cards for tons of stores and also Mastercard and Visa gift cards too but no Paypal :-( Cashout starts at 3000 points for a $3 card 1000 points equals $1, They give 2000 points when you sign up from a referral and scan your first receipt so you can cashout soon after signup. Use my link to signup and you will receive 2000 points once you scan your first receipt. its https://bit.ly/2HnQVuw
Thanks and Enjoy!
 

FloydMCD

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I always use cashback apps for my grocery shopping. And the best thing is you can also combine most of them with your credit card so you're double dipping :) On some of my credit cards I get 3% back + whatever the app gives me for scanning the receipt.

The one I use most of the time is Ibotta. They have most of the stores I am using anyways for my grocery shopping such as Walmart, Kroger, Publix, CVS, and Walgreens.

All you have to do is reach $20 and 48 hrs later the money gets deposited into your account. In my eyes if you're not using any kind of cashback app today then you're just leaving money on the table. It doesn't cost you anything to use them and you have to do groceries anyways. Might es well get some points/ cash back for the stuff you're doing anyways. Also thanks for the review @fan4da48 I will checkout fetch in the next days. I'm always eager to try new apps that might work better :)
 

Burt Maklin

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hey guys, I keep hearing about cash back rewards, but i've never really given it a try. How does it work? Based on this thread, it sounds like I go shop somewhere, then get some of my money back - is that how it works? And how much money can I expect to get back?
 

fan4da48

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@Shellyann36...I have used ebt on Fetch, Coinout, Ibotta, Reciept Hog and Reciept Pal. So I know for sure Ebt will work on those.


@FloydMCD definitely check them out its like you say if you dont its like leaving cash on the table! may as well get back every dime we can! and your welcome. Definitely check out Coin Out as well its super easy and you can cashout for paypal as low as $1 or maybe lower than that im not exactly sure but its super easy as well.

@Burt Maklin...its super easy, make sure any time you buy ANYTHING you get a receipt. then snap a pic of the receipt into the app then you get cash back, or on some apps points that you can trade in for gift cards or my favorite Visa cards. Check them out and if you need help hit me up I will help ya.
 
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