This squirrel picture has nothing to do with this post, but they are so cute and wanted to share with everyone. 🙂
If you are like me and always looking for another app where you can scan receipts to get rewarded, check out Fetch Rewards. It is a newer app (as well as free!) and I have been a member since September 2017. I’ve also redeemed a $10 Amazon gift card so far.
When I first joined, I would took a picture of a grocery receipt and after being manually reviewed, you get points that can be redeemed for gift cards from several retailers. Amazon is my favorite, so that is why I chose the $10 gift card from them. Sometimes there are even bonuses. For example, if you buy Pastaroni usually, but the Knorr sides has a bonus if you buy two, it may entice you to buy that product versus what you normally buy. I use that example because that is how I shopped this morning. 🙂
There has been an update to the app where once you take a picture of your receipt, it automatically scans it for brands and bonuses that are on Fetch Rewards’ list. The pros to this is you don’t have to wait anymore. The cons I have found is you really need to watch the brands you buy to be sure you get the most points for your purchase…. because no one wants to get less points than what they should.
If I would invite via email, this is what it would say – so you know, we both get equal the amount of points once you join and scan your first receipt:
Save on over 180 brands EVERY time they’re on your receipt, with over $10 in bonus points available, and rotating exclusive special offers. And all you do is scan your grocery receipt!
Enter my referral code, U4AYD, during signup and you’ll get 1,500 Fetch Points ($1.50 in points!) when you complete one receipt.
Download Fetch Rewards free here: http://www.fetchrewards.com
No more entering codes, completing tasks, or jumping through any hoops! Just scan your grocery receipt and get rewarded.
If you are interested in hearing about the other apps I use, stay tuned to my blog by following me, or just be on the lookout for upcoming posts! 🙂
Please feel free to email me with any questions or post a comment on the blog about this app.