Ibotta: Easy Savings on Your Everyday Purchases
By Ibotta, Inc.
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Ibotta is the free app that saves you cash on things you buy every day. Forget the hassle of coupons or digging up online promo codes, and easily save when you start with us.
Ibotta (I bought a /i-bawt-tuh) is your shopping sidekick, armed and ready to help you get cash back on the brands you love. We’ve help our users save over $100,000,000; join today to get your slice of the action!
Join today to get your slice of the $100,000,000 cash we’ve help our users earn.
**Warning: this app tends to increase wallet weight**
START WITH THE IBOTTA APP:
1. Unlock Savings - Unlock cash back rebates in the app before you shop
2. Purchase Items - Buy the things you love at your favorite stores, retailers, and restaurants
3. Verify & Get Cash - Submit your receipt or link your loyalty card and get cash back within 24 hours
With hundreds of dollars in exclusive savings and discounts, no app gets you more money back every time you shop. Ibotta lets shoppers use a single app to get cash back on purchases at more than 500,000 stores and restaurants including Walmart, Rite Aid, Best Buy, and Apple Bees.
Ditch the coupons and go shopping to save on all things grocery, pharmacy, clothing, beauty, dining, electronics, and even your favorite beer, wine, and spirits. Simply get money back on everyday purchases with the free Ibotta app.
THE BEST SAVINGS AROUND
• Over 750+ retailers available; including Walmart and Target
• Hundreds of rebates each week, bundle deals available too
• Promos for all of your favorite brands
• Users have saved over $100,000,000!
EARN EVEN MORE:
•Bonuses – Get extra cash rewards by buying featured products, redeeming items at specific retailers, or completing unique tasks.
•Invite Friends - Refer a friend and receive $5 each time a friend redeems their first rebate using your referral code.
•Teamwork – Create teams with your friends and family to receive Teamwork Bonuses every month!
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Note: Ibotta may use your location to help find stores. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
What's New in Version 4.9.10
Fix a crash when buying a gift card
Best In-Store Rebates App
This has to be the best in-store rebates app I've ever seen/heard of! It's fun, quick, and it saves you money! I've found no problems with the app so far, and I've had the app for quite a while. It doesn't dissappoint! They could always include more products to scan using the app, of course, but that's more of a way to improve it further as opposed to fixing a problem. It's not very time consuming, and you actually earn $5 whenever you refer the app to a friend through the app through Facebook if they start using the app themselves and make their 1st scan. I know it sounds like a long-shot sort of thing, and I know that might sound complicated to non-tech-oriented people, but it's really not. It sounds more complicated than it actually is.
Great if you use the specific products
I like the app very much. It is easy, and if I'm at the store and buying something I wasn't planning on buying, I can check to see if that item has a rebate. If it does, I can unlock it right there and scan my item at that time. Then when I'm home, I scan my receipt and the money is showing in 24 hours. Then once I'm at $20 I can get my money through PayPal, or order a gift card. I like the general items like tomatoes, milk, bread... I can get any brand, any variety, and it qualifies. I wish there were a few more general items, and more of the things I consider staples to have in the house. There are many things I simply don't use. But I use enough to get some cash back. Combined with coupons, it's a great way to save money.
Aside from the fact that I rarely purchase much of the random junk they list, I was incredibly disappointed to discover that rebates are not offered if you have your groceries delivered. Many people are choosing this route due to time constraints and because it's so convenient, but because, "The goal of Ibotta is to get the user to the store and interacting with the products we promote. Brand engagement is one of the keys to Ibotta's success, and home delivery services limit the scope of the customer interaction we strive for" that portion of the market is left out. Has any consideration been given to those who may be physically handicapped who, too, would like to save using Ibotta, who are "engaged" with brands, but who have physical difficulties getting around stores to "engage"? Doesn't seem like it.