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My First Time Using Fetch Rewards – Enough for a Reward Already!

by Tabitha @ Saving Toward A Better Life on October 1, 2017 · 2 comments

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I told you a few days ago that I had just discovered the Fetch Rewards app and that I would check back in after I used it!  I had two receipts that were within the 14 day redemption window so it seemed like a great time to try it!  I scanned my receipts and by morning I had 3,040 points – enough for a $3 gift card!

Be sure to put in  NJ0MU (that’s a zero in the middle)  when it asks for a referral code.  You’ll get 1500 points which is halfway to a reward of a $3 gift card to Amazon, Target or CVS! 

So I had my 1,500 from using a referral code.  Just like you can get with the code above.

Then I got a 500 receipt scan bonus for BOTH receipts.  Plus I got points for Bagel Bites on one receipt and Mt. Dew on the other.  I love that it was that easy to get points!  I just scanned my receipts after the fact and with the things I picked up on my regular shopping trip, I earned points!

If you missed my first post on Fetch Rewards – keep reading!

The cash back app, MobiSave, has been advertising a new app called Fetch Rewards in the app and in emails.  So I decided to check it out and tell you all about it.  (I don’t know if this means MobiSave will be going away or not.)

But I can tell you that I am already loving Fetch Rewards!  Be sure to put in  NJ0MU (that’s a zero in the middle)  when it asks for a referral code.  You’ll get 1500 points which is halfway to a reward of a $3 gift card to Amazon, Target or CVS! 

What’s so great about Fetch Rewards?  

Well, here’s the thing about Fetch Rewards.  There’s no studying product labels to make sure you get the right size or flavor that’s eligible for the rebate.

Fetch Rewards rewards you just for buying certain BRANDS.  Any item made by one of the 157 brands (currently) on the Fetch Rewards app will get you points!

You can browse the brands to see what you can earn points on.  Or just shop normally and scan your receipt when you’re done and let the app “fetch” your points for you!

Plus, you can get bonus points for “Special Offers” too!   Browse the special offers section for specific products that are offering bonus points.

 

Don’t forget to put in  NJ0MU (that’s a zero in the middle)  when it asks for a referral code so you’ll start out with 1500 points!

You can start redeeming points at just 3000 points for $3 gift cards to Target, Amazon, Panera Bread and CVS!  5000 points will get you a $5 gift card to all those places plus more options like Chili’s, Dunkin Donuts, Regal, Toys ‘R Us, Walmart, Whole Foods, iTunes and lots more!   10,000 points is a $10 giftcard, 25,000 is $25 and 50,000 is $50.  More and more gift card options as the points categories go up too!  I saw Build-a-Bear, Aeropostale, The Cheesecake Factory, Babies ‘R Us, Applebees, Bed Bath and Beyond, Bass Pro, Barnes and Nobles, Best Buy, Captain D’s, California Pizza Kitchen and lots lots more!

I had a couple receipts lying around that qualified (you have 14 days to submit receipts!).  They’re still processing but I can’t wait to report back on how many points I got!  Stay tuned!

Meanwhile, sign up now!  Find “Fetch Rewards” in the App Store on your phone and don’t forget to put in  NJ0MU (that’s a zero in the middle)  when it asks for a referral code for your 1,500 points!

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1 Brandy October 1, 2017 at 5:26 pm

I love the Fetch Rewards app. It seems like there aren’t as many offers in Mobisave so I’m thinking it might be going away.

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2 Brandy October 1, 2017 at 5:28 pm

You do have to watch your receipts though because they missed crediting some of my items. You can add items if they get missed or click on them if they show on the receipt detail but don’t give points.

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