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2 of the Best Shopping Rebates

One thing I love to use during the holiday season or even birthdays is Rakuten. There is nothing like getting a rebate back when you go shopping,

I'm not a big paper coupon user. Although many years ago I was really into coupons and refunding and had great success (and fun) with it.

Ebates

Now a days I swear by these two rebate companies Rakuten and Ibotta If you buy anything online you need to sign up for Rakuten. By shopping through their links you get cash back on purchases made at many websites. I do it whenever I shop online and the little bits certainly add up. It is free to sign up so it is worth doing.

Ibotta

Ibotta is an app for your iphone. You unlock different rebates for grocery items some as easy as milk and bananas. Go to the store and when you get home scan your products and take a picture of your receipt. I decided I'd try them out and within a few months I was able to buy gift cards for my son's upcoming birthday. Then I was hooked!

If you sign up with my link you join my team and together we can unlock more rebates together. Also if you sign up and redeem a rebate within 2 weeks. They'll give you $10. Worth it just for the free $10!

There are companies like these such as Checkout 51. But these two above are my favorite and the ones I find most worth my time.

Have you joined yet?

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