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My Favorite Rebate Apps

I use my phone ALL the time. I keep it on me at all times. When I go to bed, it sits on the top of my head board or on my nightstand. Yes, I am obsessed.

So with my obsession, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I have apps on my phone to help me save money. I figured I’d share the apps that are worthy enough to stay on my phone. All of the following are rebate apps.

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Shrink

While Shrink isn’t my favorite or most used app, I do use it enough to keep it on my phone. All of the brands are for health food – something I don’t really eat. You can earn both money and points. What I use Shrink for the most is rebates on basic, staple items. By this, I mean fruit and veggies, milk, eggs, ect. The points work as rebates as well. Each brand has it’s own points. You earn points by learning, sharing, following on social media, ect. When you get enough points, you can redeem them for a bigger rebate or a free item.

Cash Out Minimum: 20.00

Pay Form: Paypal

Available on: IOS, Android

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Ibotta

Most people have already heard of Ibotta. It’s probably the most talked about rebate app. Recently they have added more generic reabtes, for things like milk, eggs, ect. Ibotta only accepts reciepts from certain stores, but the list is pretty long. One thing to look out for is that not all rebates are for every store. For example, you may get a rebate for Glade at Walmart, but not for Target. They usually have between 20-30 rebates for every store. They also have a select few retail stores they give rebates for, but you usually have to spend a lot of money.

Cash Out Minimum: Varies

Pay Form: Paypal, Gift Cards

Available on: IOS, Android

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Checkout 51

Checkout 51 accepts receipts for all stores. Every week they have a ‘pick your own’ offer for a rebate on a fruit or veggie. They tend to have a random assortment of brands for rebates. One thing that makes them a bit different is that they usually have a good assortment of alcohol rebates.  Rebates reset every Thursday.

Cash Out Minimum: 20.00

Pay Form: Check

Available on: IOS, Android

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Savings Star

A cool feature of Savings Star is that you can link your store reward cards for instant savings. Every week they have a % off offer and every Friday they have a freebie. Another unique feature is that they have is if you spend so much on a specific brand, you get so much back. For example, right now if you spend $25 on any Oreida frozen potatos, you get $5 back. And you can spend it over multiple trips.

Cash Out Minimum: $5

Pay Form: Paypal

Available on: IOS, Android

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Snap by Groupon

Snap came out not that long ago. It was created by Groupon. They tend to have high value rebates. What I really like about Snap is that on most offers, they have no redemption limit. So you can buy five and get five rebates. Most apps are one only. You can get rebates for any store.

Cash Out Minimum: $20

Pay Form: Paypal

Available on: IOS, Android

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Shopmium

I actually just started using this app. My favorite feature of Shopmium is that there is no out minimum. You get your rebate money immediately through paypal when it is approved. Like some of the other apps, most offers are for healthy brands. The rebates are pretty high value. I recently tried Noosa yogurt (amazing) and got $1 back and 10% back my first purchase and then 40% back my second. Use my referral code: HCUGCGRP to get a free Lindt chocolate bar!

Cash Out Minimum: None

Pay Form: Paypal

Available on: IOS, Android

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Mobisave

This is the newest app to the rebate arena. I am a HUGE fan. They have high value rebates and sometimes have multiple rebates for the same item, which you can stack. I’ve gotten a bunch of stuff free with this app. Plus, it pays out as soon as the reciept is approved. There is a lot of glitches though, because of how new it is. Usually reciepts are rejected so you have to email customer service and get them to manually approve it. A big thing to remember with this app is that you HAVE TO select offers before you buy. This is different from other apps.

Cash Out Minimum: Non

Pay Form: Paypal

Available on: IOS

Up next, my favorite nonrebate apps to make money with!

 

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