Ibotta is a new coupon app for Apple and Android devices. It’s similar to an ecoupon, in that you load your offers before you go to the store, but there’s a twist. Each offer has several steps, and for each step you complete, you receive another discount. Steps include everything from watching a commercial, learning a fact about the product, completing a survey or posting on Facebook.
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Once you’ve completed the steps for your offer (they’re surprisingly quick – the “learn a fact” consists of reading a short statement about the product, and the surveys are usually one question about the product) then head to the store. The app tells you which stores you can shop at to qualify for the discount. Ibotta works with many chains around the country, but in Florida, you may see offers from CVS/pharmacy, Target, Walgreens, Walmart, Publix, Winn Dixie and more.
After you shop, take a photo of your receipt with the app and upload it. Your account is credited with the money you receive within 24 hours, and you can withdraw it to Paypal. You can also donate your earnings to a local school or to charity.
Sounds interesting? Sign up! I promise you, you’ll be glad you did!
Want to learn more? Let’s walk through an offer…
In this screenshot, you’ll see a variety of products and coupon offers. Selecting the Simply Orange orange juice brings up the next screen:
The steps for this offer include Get a Recipe, Watch a Video, or Take a Poll. In order to receive the maximum discount of .75, you would need to do all three steps. If you chose only to do some of them, the discount over each step is what you’d receive. In the next step, we’ll choose “Get a Recipe.”
If you like (or are not interested in) an offer, you can rate it via a thumbs-up or thumbs-down icon. Ibotta learns what kinds of products you like and don’t like, so that over time, it will show you the kinds of offers you’re likely to be interested in.
And that’s it! Are you using Ibotta? What are your thoughts?
Get started by signing up at this link!