If you are like me you are always looking for ways to save money! I actually use all of these. Plus I let them accumulate and by the time November/December rolls around I have more than enough money to pay for Christmas. All of these are free to download, free to use, and they earn you money. If you have any questions or want to let us know of other programs leave a comment :)
Rebate Apps: All of these essentially work the same. The best thing about them is they all stack with each other. If the same item is on Ibotta and MobiSave you can submit for BOTH rebates!! Plus most of the time you can use manufacture coupons also. Just read each rebate before submitting.
Ibotta << Click here while on your phone to download the app. New users to Ibotta will get an extra $10 after you submit for your first rebate! Ibotta is my workhorse. If you only download one of these apps (don’t do that) pick this one. I find that it has the most options and after using all of these for over a year now I have earned the most on this one. After you download it and sign in you will have to select grocery, then your store, and then unlock the rebates you want to use. When you get home from shopping you will verify your purchase by scanning the barcode on your item and scanning your receipt. After that you are all done! Ibotta usually has the money in my account within a few minutes. You can cash out in gift cards or to your PayPal account as soon as you reach $25. You can also use Ibotta at restaurants and for online shopping. Be sure to check it out after you download.
Checkout 51 << Click here while on your phone to download the app. Similar to the others just select your items and submit your receipt. Checkout will send you a check when you are ready to cash out!
SavingStar << Click here while on your phone to download the app. Similar to the others just select your items and submit your receipt.
Scan Your Receipts: For both of this app all you have to do is take a picture of your receipt. It will work for almost anywhere you shop not just for groceries.
Receipt Hog << Click here while on your phone to download the app. All you have to do is take a picture of your receipt and submit! You will get coins or slots which you can exchange for Amazon gift cards or PayPal. This works on almost all of your receipts not just grocery ones.
Link your card and earn money while you shop: For both of these apps you will download using the link and it will ask you to link a credit or debit card. Link the card you use most often. You will automatically earn money back just by shopping at the stores listed on each app.
Dosh << Click here while on your phone to download the app. You will earn $5 just for linking your card.
Drop << Click here while on your phone. Link your card and earn money while you shop at major retailers like Walmart, Macy’s, Target and Dunkin Donuts.
Shopkick << Click here while on your phone to download the app. Shopkick gives you kicks for visiting stores, scanning items, and buying. You can exchange your kicks for gift cards or lots of other rewards.
Walmart App << Click here while on your phone to download the app. Use the Savings Catcher every time you shop at Walmart. Walmart searches for the lowest price for you. If they find a lower price at a local competitor they will refund you the difference on a Walmart gift card. It doesn’t find every single deal but I have gotten money back from them with almost no effort on my part so no complaints.
** Everyone’s savings using these apps will depend on their usage and spending habits.
UPDATE!! Great News Everyone a Los Angeles Superior Court judge REJECTED Kohl’s request to toss this class-action lawsuit he ruled that there is enough to the plaintiffs’ complaint on Kohl’s Cash to allow the case to proceed to trial! SO FAR this is only for the State of California but if this goes to trial and settles and Kohl’s does not fix it nationwide, more class action lawsuits will pop up.
For anyone who has ever used Kohl’s cash, here is a new class action lawsuit you will want to keep an eye on! Kohl’s cash can be confusing, because it is not really cash, but a coupon that is applied before all other discounts. And the terms of which Kohl’s Cash can be used is so confusing! It has to be used on a full priced item before discounts which makes the customer spend even more. This case has not settled yet, but keep checking back with Yes We Coupon as we will tell you as soon as you can claim.
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I didn’t see this coming! Walgreens had scrapped its plan to buy Rite Aid corp after the plan was terminated by antitrust regulators. But it isn’t black and white. Walgreens will instead buy a smaller piece of the chain and it’s impact will be BIG. Some states will lose Rite Aid altogether!
Walgreens will be acquiring 1900 Rite Aid stores and become the largest drug store chain in the United States. Rite Aid is destined to become a more regional chain. How will your area be affected? These changes are slated to happen over the next 6 months.
The following states will no longer have any Rite Aid stores:
The following states will have fewer Rite Aid stores:
Colorado – 21 stores reduced to 3 stores
Connecticut – 77 stores reduced to 34 stores
Massachusetts – 144 stores reduced to 10 stores
New Hampshire – 68 stores reduced to 62 stores
New Jersey – 251 stores reduced to 133 stores
New York – 596 stores reduced to 323 stores
North Carolina – 222 stores reduced to 9 stores
Ohio – 224 stores reduced to 217 stores
Pennsylvania – 536 stores reduced to 534 stores
Vermont – 37 stores reduced to 6 stores
Virginia – 185 stores reduced to 82 stores
No change in these states:
California (576 stores)
Delaware (42 stores)
Idaho (14 stores)
Michigan (274 stores)
Nevada (1 store)
Oregon (73 stores)
Washington (139 stores)
Parent company to Coupons.com, Quotient Technology, is calling this a “sweeping victory”. A federal judge has demanded two coupon fairies pay the company over $113,000 in damages, fees and attorney costs, and are banished from coupons.com permanently.
This victory for Quotient comes 9 long months after Quotient tracked down and sued Instagram user “ipfairy” and later renamed “flashqs”. That account holder was among many who discovered a way to bypass Coupons.com’s 2 alike coupons per device print limit. This user saved thousands of coupon PDFs to their computer and sold them to other couponers via Instagram. The user also offered for sale a custom-made hack called “Springroll” that allowed buyers to generate their very own unlimited number of unique coupon prints as well.
Quotient later identified “flashqs” as a Texas couple, accused them of violating state and federal computer fraud acts, misappropriation, unfair competition and breach of contract. As of Monday, “flashqs” was still selling Coupons.com printables on Instagram.
On Tuesday 7/18, a federal judge found favor with Quotient and against the defendants.
The decision was reached largely based on a technicality — the defendants never showed up.
The defendants never attended by dialing into 3 successive case management conference calls, and the judge was unable to reach them to find out why they didn’t show. Given their “repeated failure to appear in court or otherwise defend the case,” the judge granted Quotient’s request to a judgment by default.
The judge ruled in favor of a $113,091 judgment, and banning the defendants (flashqs) from Coupons.com forever, was a “harsh sanction”. But he said the “willfulness and bad faith” of the defendants, who “ceased communication and failed to appear in court, without explanation and despite the Court’s orders to attend,” left him not much choice.
It all started 10 years ago, back in 2007. Chris Balsiger was the CEO of IOS (International Outsourcing Services.) IOS acted as a clearing house for coupons. Stores submitted coupons to IOS, who would turn manufacturer coupons over to the manufacturer’s for reimbursement. (more…)
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Neiman Marcus was involved in a big credit/debit card data breach. Hacker-installed malware was active from July 16, 2013 to Oct. 30, 2013 in some but not all stores owned by Neiman Marcus. Allegedly it was not on constantly but only certain times and days. Neiman Marcus has agreed to settle the case for THOUSANDS of people affected by this breach. You can get up to $100!! If you had a debit or credit card linked to an account during that time, you are able to claim below
Breaking news! There is a new class action settlement for consumers that have purchased certain electronics between the year 2000 and 2011. You can read about the terms of this settlement below and submit a claim. Payment is not set to happen until the spring of 2018.
This class action has been brought about for indirect purchasers of products containing lithium-ion cylindrical batteries, such as portable computers, power tools, camcorders, and other products (including the purchase of replacement batteries).
The following battery manufacturers are the Defendants in this case:
The Defendants have agreed to settlements resolving claims that they allegedly raised the price of cylindrical lithium-ion battery cells.
In other words, individuals were overcharged for products containing these lithium-ion batteries.
Purchasers of these products (or replacement batteries) may be eligible for compensation in this $44.95 million legal settlement if:
Two couponing moms. Thousands of dollars in what had to have been counterfeit coupons. Two suspicious CVS stores. Sounds like a quick investigation, right? Not so fast.
Two women in Ohio have been convicted of defrauding two CVS stores in their area with counterfeit printable coupons. 41-year-old Patricia Haller of Batavia and 31-year-old Maggie Damico of Liberty Township were found guilty of theft last week, in connection with defrauding a CVS store in West Chester, OH and nearby Sharonville, OH with 350 printed counterfeit coupons to get away with over $4,000 in products.
West Chester police believed the counterfeit coupons came from a private Facebook group and the women purchased them. The police stated the verbiage on the fake coupons were inconsistent with real manufacturer coupons.
Haller and Damico have since been arrested. In the West Chester case, Haller was ordered to pay $1895 in restitution (the value of the items bought with the fake coupons). Both women pleaded no contest to the charges against them. The judge reduced the charges to a single misdemeanor with a 180 day suspension and a $1000 fine, which will be reduced to $250 if they manage to stay out of trouble.
The ladies’ attorney tried to reason that Haller and Damico were victims, too. They were suburban housewives who were trying to save money using coupons for their families, and they ended up getting scammed when they bought coupons that turned out not to be counterfeit.
That reasoning didn’t convince the judge, in either case, to dismiss the women of their crime of counterfeit coupon use. And since the Sharonville case resulted in probation and community service, as compared to the suspended sentence and small fine they got in the West Chester case, they didn’t get off quite so easy for their second offense.
Both trials have come to a close, and they managed to avoid jail time not once but TWICE, but in the end didn’t get off scot free. They have been ordered to pay CVS back more than $12,000 for all the ill-gotten goods they got away with with their fake coupons.
Moral of the story folks? DO NOT BUY COUPONS! If you come across super high value coupons from unusual sources, do not take the bait. There are so many great deals that can be gotten the legitimate and HONEST way.
As the ol’ saying goes, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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