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Save Money on Gently Used Back to School Clothing & Support Schools in Need with Schoola

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2014 Back to School Sales Tax Holiday Schedule

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$0.75/1 Trix and $0.50/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch Coupons (as low as $0.80 at Publix)

$0.75/1 Trix and $0.50/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch Coupons (as low as $0.80 at Publix)

There were two new General Mills Cereals Coupons to come out this morning (listed below or see them all HERE), and they work perfectly with the current Publix Buy one Get One Free sale! Here's the deal at Publix thru 8/5 or 8/6: Buy two Trix, 14.8 to 15.5 oz  BOGO $3.59 ...

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Ibotta App Coupon Matchups

by Addicted to Saving on January 5, 2013

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Ibotta is by far my new favorite savings tool!  If you are new to Ibotta, go HERE to read my post explaining how it works.  Basically, Ibotta is a phone application that pays you when you purchase certain household and grocery products.  And, besides paying you, you can also use manufacturer and store coupons on these items to increase your savings.  To sign up for Ibotta, go HERE

Below is a list of the coupon matchups for all of the available Ibotta offers.  Because remember, every offer available on Ibotta, you can use coupons on!

**Coupon offers sometimes vary per account holder.  So – you may or may not see all of the offers listed below.

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dana January 2, 2013 at 9:30 pm

how do you get your money? You mentioned Paypal. I do not have an account which I assume I will need to set up. But how does that work? Do they cut you a check? Thanks for your help.
Dana

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Cheri January 5, 2013 at 12:07 pm

Dana yes they put the money in your paypal account. Which you can just transfer to your bank account or use on sites that take paypal now i.e. as ebay, etc. I’ve gotten $7 so far so it is legit. I love it.

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Leigh January 5, 2013 at 10:18 pm

I used the b2g1 pizza coupons at Target. I took a picture of my receipt and I got $0.50 credit (yea!!!!). Can I take a another picture of the receipt and send it in 2 more times??

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Addicted to Saving January 7, 2013 at 11:54 am

Hi Leigh! Great question! You can complete each Ibotta offer once. So, you will only get $0.50. However, if Ibotta had two different Digiorno offers, then you could have submitted your receipt for both offers. Let me know if that makes sense!

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dee January 7, 2013 at 1:26 pm

how long do you have to submit the reciept, to get the credit. Can it be from a purchase I made last week?

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