This popped into my inbox this morning and now that the kids are settled into Epic and reading (or being read to), I have time to share this great opportunity to earn rewards and share what I think is one of the best cashback rewards programs (it’s also the easiest).
Fetch Rewards has extended their deadline to get 25,000 points for referring five friends to Fetch to Wednesday, 9/9 – so you better get referrin’. You’ll get 4,000 points for each friend who signs up using your code, plus Fetch Rewards will give you 5,000 extra points if you refer five people.
There’s no limit to the rewards you can earn, and each friend who signs up gets 2,000 points. So, reach out to everyone you know and spread the word how easy it is to earn Rewards with Fetch.
Find the Fetch App wherever you get your apps. Use my code ND2TB when you sign up, and I’ll earn some points to when you scan in your first receipt! If you would like to learn more about Fetch, check out this post.
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Fetch is now hooking us up with savings in the health and beauty aisle! From nutritional supplements to over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, they are making healthy living even more rewarding for your whole family. You can see the full list here.
So, if this seems like an app you’d enjoy, check this out: Use my code ND2TB when you sign up and you’ll score 2000 points after you scan in your first receipt with Fetch Rewards. That’s 2/3 way to your first $3 Amazon Gift Card (or whatever $3 Gift Card you choose). You can find Fetch Rewards in your app store.
I’ve written before about how awesome TopCashBack is, and right now if you haven’t checked it out, you can score a Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Food Storage Containers, 40 Piece Set, Ruby Red for free (after cashback)!
It’s quick and easy! Purchase is Required to Obtain Deal.
How do you get it? Visit Walmart through TopCashback, purchase a Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Food Storage Containers, 40 Piece Set, Ruby Red for $9.97 and then shop as normal. Within fourteen days $9.98 cashback will post in your TopCashback account.
Who qualifies for it? This offer is available to TopCashback members with no previous purchases or cashback through TopCashback only. However as TopCashback doesn’t limit accounts to one per household, if you’re an existing member now’s the perfect time to tell your husband or wife, mom or dad, roommate, neighbor or anyone else about TopCashback and perhaps they’ll share their freebie with you.
When do you get your money back? Within 14 days the $9.98 will turn payable in your TopCashback account and you can choose your payout method at that time.
Is there anything else important to know? Transactions must contain at least one Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Food Storage Containers, 40 Piece Set, Ruby Red from Walmart priced at $9.98 to ensure $9.98 cashback is credited to TopCashback accounts. If a different item is purchased under $9.97, the cashback amount awarded will be 1% or less (depending on the item(s) purchased) instead of $9.97.
The deal is:
Open until 23:59 PST on Friday, December 27th
Subject to Walmart’s Stock supplies and availability
Applicable for online sales only, for purchases made directly after clicking through TopCashback.com
Tomorrow (10/17) through Wednesday (10/23), Fetch Rewards increasing your bonus to 4,000 points* per referral.
Here’s how it works:
Invite your friends to Fetch Rewards with your referral code. Use my code ND2TB and find the app wherever you get apps.
Your friend enters your code and scans their first receipt.
You’ll get 4,000 points, and your friend also gets 2,000 when they complete their first receipt scan!*
*In order for you to qualify for the increased referral bonus, they must enter your referral code and complete a valid receipt from 10/17/19 through 11:59 PM PT on 10/23/2019. After 11:59 PM PT on 10/23/2019, the referral bonus will expire.
Any grocery store, mass merchandiser, dollar or 99 cents store, or convenience store receipt can be scanned for points!
This came in my email this morning and I have NO IDEA! You’re already scanning supermarket receipts. But did you know that you’ll also earn Fetch Points when you shop at gas stations and convenience stores? It’s true! Your receipts from 7-11 are just as valuable as your receipts from Walmart.
Got a midnight craving for chips or ice cream? Need to grab a beer or soft drinks on your way to a party? You’re gonna get points! Scan every convenience store receipt, every time you shop.
Booking a hotel? Don’t miss out on up to 40% cash back!
Book your first hotel through Dosh now and get cash back on your stay, PLUS, an extra $20 cash back bonus.* Promo ends November 11th!
To learn more about Dosh, click here. Right now when you sign up and link at least two cards, you’ll get a $10 bonus! Refer friends and receive $10 per referral that signs up and receives their first cash back!
If Fetch Rewards seems like an app you’d enjoy, check this out: Use my code ND2TB when you sign up and you’ll score 2000 points after you scan in your first receipt with Fetch Rewards. That’s 2/3 to your first $3 Amazon Gift Card (or whatever $3 Gift Card you choose). You can find Fetch Rewards in your app store.
If you use my code, I’ll get 4000 points when you scan your first receipt. Win/Win, right? Honestly, my disclosure statement is here. I’m here to help ya’ll save money, not make a million dollars!
Have you checked out Fetch Rewards yet? If not, you can check out all of the deets here.
Right now, Fetch has some really awesome (read useful) products that are offering increased point rewards.
If you haven’t downloaded the Fetch App yet, use my code ND2TB when you sign up and you’ll score 1500 points after you scan in your first receipt with Fetch Rewards. That’s halfway to your first $3 Amazon Gift Card (or whatever $3 Gift Card you choose). You can find Fetch Rewards in your app store.
So far in 2019, I’ve cashed out $30 in Amazon GC with Fetch Rewards!
If you use my code, I’ll get some points when you do. Win/Win, right? Honestly, my disclosure statement is here. I’m here to help ya’ll save money, not make a million dollars!
Sunday Night I went to the grocery store to pick up milk, bread, and a few other things.
I spent $42 and it was not all that much stuff. While I was waiting in line, the lady behind me in line was going through her coupons, and her grocery list. We got to talking, I showed her the store app, where she was able to find a few more coupons. We started talking about how expensive it was to eat healthy, and I confessed to her that this was not my weekly shopping trip, I was just picking up stuff that I only buy at Food4Less:
Milk (it’s cheapest at FFL),
A specific kind of higher protein bread (it’s the cheapest place to buy this type of bread and has no High Fructose Syrup),
A specific kind of popscicles
5 lb bag of bananas (cheapest place to buy that many bananas)
And I picked up a few other misc. things that we needed and were on sale (cheese, oranges, and a 5 lb. bag of Gala apples), and a 2 liter of diet Cherry Pepsi and a jar of maraschino cherries (Mama needs a cocktail sometimes, OK?).
She asked about my grocery budget and where I shop the rest of the time. I told her my shopping strategy, after I make my grocery list:
My Top Ten Deals at 99 Cents Only– Start there for fresh produce. Salad, carrots, celery, berries, pineapples, zucchini, squash (all kinds), onions, potatoes are all types of produce that are regularly stocked. They usually have other interesting seasonally available produce too. They also have great sauces, condiments, herbs and spice blends.
Keep a Price Book- I know the best place to buy Milk, cheese, bread, and butter. I keep my price book in my phone now, but I used to use a little spiral bound notebook that lived in my purse.
Stock up on food that you will eat frequently when it does on sale. I’m not talking about fresh produce that can’t be kept (like lettuce), but if you find a good deal on strawberries, for example, chop and freeze some for smoothies or baking, make fruit leather, or dry some (they are really tasty dehydrated). Bread can be frozen, so can butter! Canned goods, shelf stable foods are perfect for stocking up. I also like stocking up on chicken when it’s on sale. I can butcher a whole chicken in a few minutes, and I frequently will break up large packages of chicken breasts into meal sized portions, season them, and put them into the freezer. Learn more about meal prep here.
For our family, meal prep and meal planning saves us a lot of time and money. There are always multiple choices for each meal at our finger tips, so the allure of getting food from take-away is gone. I always have a batch of pizza dough in the freezer too! I make two batches once a week- one for the freezer, and one to go in the fridge that gets used within 1-2 days of making.