Saving Money During COVID-19 Pandemic: Some Stores Aren't Accepting Coupons, But There Are Still Ways to Save
Apr 28, 2020
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Contactless savings during a pandemic
Many Sunday newspapers continue to have coupon inserts, but for shoppers looking to avoid contact, here are some contactless ways to save.
Digital coupons: Most major grocery store chains offer digital coupons on mobile apps or on their websites. The coupons normally need to be digitally "clipped" before shopping, and you'll need to enter a phone number, scan a loyalty program or an app in store when checking out.
Ibotta: The cashback app offers savings on groceries, household items, online shopping and more. Before you shop, select offers by clicking the plus sign and you'll take a photo of your receipt through the app. For some stores, you can link your online account to Ibotta to earn money back on purchases. Once you earn $20 in cash back through the app, you can transfer money to a PayPal or Venmo account or choose a gift card.
Checkout 51: New weekly deals begin every Thursday. Star items you may buy; snap a photo of your receipt showing you bought the item, then select items on your receipt and click "claim it" to receive credit for offers. Once your account balance reaches $20, you can request the company mail you a check.
Fetch Rewards: Download the app at www.fetchrewards.com or through your app store. Buy certain brands and specific products and take photos of your receipts to earn points that can be cashed in for select gift cards.