More cheap Crest at Walgreens

This week you can score more cheap dental deals at Walgreens.  Here’s my Crest toothpaste scenario, but no reason why you can’t figure out a toothpaste/floss/mouthwash combination that works better for you.  Once logged into your account, clip the $3/2 Crest coupon.  I picked the same variety that showed in the ad to earn a $4 RR – don’t trust this company.  I’ll run this same $4 RR promotion with Colgate later and post that as well.  Colgate has traditionally been free, while Crest makes you pay something. Rebuilding my stockpile after lockdown and quarantine.  You can’t combine both and get two $4 RRs, nor can you pay for one order with the prior transaction’s RR because they are both P&G, but Register Rewards are good for two weeks so bound to be something in that time – like wonderful Nice cashews!

Also got 25 points from Fetch Rewards, the rebate APP that doesn’t care where, when or how you shop!

Fetch Rewards 4,000 points ($4) to join

Ibotta can be great, but often the rebate won’t be for Jewel. That’s where Fetch Rewards comes into play, ’cause they don’t care where you shop (even online)! Scan the receipt and if there’s an item that’s part of a rebate, you get it automatically in addition to the usual scan points – this month a minimum of 25 points for every scan.  Through 5/31, earn 4,000 points ($4) just for signing up with promo code WVAB6 (asks at the end, so make sure it’s entered before your first receipt scan ’cause you can’t go back).  I  earn points if you sign up with my code (thanks).  Buy gift cards for Amazon, Panera, Target, Visa and more with as little as 3,000 points. Once you start earning points you’ll see FREE items pop up on your Discover page.  I got a 2,500 bonus last night with my Jewel purchase of $50 or more (damned steaks) plus my regular 25 points.

You can use both Ibotta and Fetch for the same receipt.

Fetch 2,000 signing bonus extended

Fetch Rewards, the APP that doesn’t care where you shop – even online! Scan the receipt and if there’s an item that’s part of a rebate, you get it automatically – otherwise you still get a minimum of 5 points (Goodwill or that pizza place) or the actual minimum of 25 points for 99.9% from every other place; if there’s a mfr promotion, you could get as many as 3,000 points!  Extended through March 3rd, you’ll get 2,000 points just for signing up and making your first receipt scan. Use promo code WVAB6 (asks at the end, so make sure it’s entered before your first receipt scan ’cause you can’t go back) and I earn points as well.  Earn gift cards for Amazon, Panera, Target, Visa and more with as few as 3,000 points.  Once you start earning points you’ll see FREE items pop up on your Discover page.

Fetch Rewards Special Offers & Bonus

Fetch Rewards, the APP that doesn’t care where you shop – even online! Scan the receipt and if there’s an item that’s part of a rebate, you get it automatically – otherwise you still get a minimum of 5 points (Goodwill) or the actual minimum of 25 points for 99.9% from every other place; if there’s a mfr promotion going on, you could get as many as 3,000 points!  Through today, you’ll get 2,000 points just for signing up and If you use promo code WVAB6 (asks at the end, so make sure it’s entered before your first receipt scan ’cause you can’t go back) I earn points as well (thanks).  Buy gift cards for Amazon, Panera, Target, Visa and more with as little as 3,000 points. I bought Amazon gift cards for Christmas and still have the total you see on the photo.  Once you start earning points you’ll see FREE items pop up on your Discover page.

Earn 2,000 points with Fetch APP

I‘m awash in rebate APPs. Ibotta is great, but sometimes the rebate is for a store I don’t shop. Fetch Rewards doesn’t care where you shop (even online).  I’ve gotten points from Jewel, Aldi, Dollar Tree — even Goodwill!  Scan the receipt and if there’s a bonus item you get it added automatically to your reward scan. Earn 2,000 points ($2) just for signing up with promo code WVAB6 (asks at the end, so make sure it’s entered before your first receipt scan ’cause you can’t go back).  I also earn points if you sign up with my code.  Gift cards for Amazon, Panera, Target, Visa, etc. with as little as 3,000 points. Especially nice to be rewarded for eating Cherry Garcia 🙂

You can use both Ibotta and Fetch Rewards on the same receipts.

Fetch Rewards – the extra rebate APP

I‘m awash in rebate APPs. Ibotta is fun, but often an item won’t have a rebate for Jewel, only Walmart. That’s where Fetch Rewards comes into play, ’cause they don’t care where you shop (even online)! Scan the receipt and if there’s an item that’s part of a rebate, you get it automatically – otherwise you still get 25 points for the scan!  Earn 2,000 points ($2) just for signing up with promo code WVAB6 (asks at the end, so make sure it’s entered before your first receipt scan ’cause you can’t go back).  I also earn points if you sign up using my code (thanks).  Buy gift cards for Amazon, Panera, Target, Visa and more with as little as 3,000 points. Picked up a $25 Amazon gift card last week, which is very useful right now 🙂 Once you start earning points you’ll see FREE items pop up on your Discover page.

You can use both Ibotta and Fetch for the same receipt.

Fetch Rewards – Make Your Own Deals

With the Fetch Rewards APP you get points back on ALL receipts, for any purchase, at any store.  Not huge amounts – 25 points minimum – if it’s not a bonus item, but better than nothing. Right now there’s a Unilever bonus going on (Ben & Jerry!) through the end of November.  I redeemed 25,000 points last night for a $25 Amazon gift card.

Earn an extra 2,000 points ($2) just for signing up with promo code WVAB6 (it asks at the very end; make sure it’s entered before your first receipt scan ’cause you can’t go back). I will also earn points if you use the code (thanks).  Buy gift cards for Amazon, Panera, Target, Visa and more with as little as 3,000 points. Once you start earning points you’ll see FREE items pop up on your Discover page. You can also go back using older receipts, but I forget the date cutoff.