Received first cash out on Fetch Rewards

@maezee (41997)
United States
April 24, 2019 3:48pm CST
Now that I know it's legit, I thought I would share it with you all. Fetch Rewards is one of those apps for your phone, similar to what I know of "Receipt Hog" and sort of similar to iBotta, but you can scan ANY grocery receipt, and it gives you more points if you buy specific products but gives you a minimum of 25 points per grocery transaction. Where you scan receipts for groceries and liquor stores and you accrue points based on what you buy. The nice thing is you get at minimum 25 points per receipt, whether or not one of their "hot items" is on it. They have companies they PARTNER with, and if you purchase one of those items, you get XX amount of points. I usually do not go out of my way to buy a specific brand unless that's what I am looking for at the time, and if it happens to give me extra points, so be it! I just cashed out my first $10 Amazon Gift Card (10,000 points). This took me about 4 months to accomplish. I don't do THAT much grocery shopping, as I am a single lady, so maybe larger families who buy more groceries would do more. Also, a lot of my shopping is at Aldi, which never seemed to offer more than 25 points per receipt. I think I would suggest it and will continue to use it for now. And also, one of the benefits is that the Amazon gift card at least was instantly sent - which seems awesome. Have you tried this one? Or are you a fan of any receipt sites?
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@db20747 (43426)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
25 Apr 19
I'm trying shopkick!! I can scan items and walk into the store and get points!! Extra if I buy items listed!! I will try fetch rewards!!
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@kareng (54376)
• United States
25 Apr 19
I'm doing that one too and love it.
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@kareng (54376)
• United States
26 Apr 19
@db20747 It depends on the amount you want to cash out at. They start at $5.00 and you can do that in just a few shopping trips.
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@db20747 (43426)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
25 Apr 19
@kareng how fast do U earn your gift cards!!!
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@amadeo (111948)
• United States
24 Apr 19
I have not.Never heard of them.
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@maezee (41997)
• United States
26 Apr 19
I would suggest this one although for me took a while to accumulate
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@amadeo (111948)
• United States
26 Apr 19
@maezee no I am not looking to make money.
@kareng (54376)
• United States
25 Apr 19
That's nice to know. I may look that one up and install it. Pretty simple to scan receipts. I'm using ShopKicks right now and like it.
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@kareng (54376)
• United States
27 Apr 19
@maezee Yes, you can earn by walking in stores and scanning products, bonus points if you buy the products they highlight.
@maezee (41997)
• United States
26 Apr 19
I have not tried that one. Would you suggest it?
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@snowy22315 (169684)
• United States
24 Apr 19
I tried Fetch but they wouldn't accept my grocery reciept. I am going with Checkout 51 now, since you can scan them from the computer.
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@maezee (41997)
• United States
26 Apr 19
How do you scan from a computer? I guess for me it’s easier to scan with my phone.
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@snowy22315 (169684)
• United States
26 Apr 19
@maezee You have to scan from a printer and it puts them in your computer jpg files.
@BelleStarr (61047)
• United States
27 Apr 19
I have not but I was thinking the other day I went to Walmart and bought a TV and of course with that I don't get ebates, I could have gotten something if I used iBotta.
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@maezee (41997)
• United States
27 Apr 19
Yes. Do you have luck with iBotta though? It seems like it's very specific items they ask you to buy.
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@BelleStarr (61047)
• United States
27 Apr 19
@maezee I have not joined yet so now maybe I won't.
• Rupert, Idaho
25 Apr 19
That's great to hear, I may have to check this out! I liked Receipt hog....and my husband used Coin Out (I think that is what it is called).
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@maezee (41997)
• United States
26 Apr 19
I haven’t used receipt hog but I have been meaning to check it out. I like Fetch because you can just scan your receipt and be done with it rather than with like iBotta where you HAVE to buy the specific items.
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• Rupert, Idaho
26 Apr 19
@maezee Reciept Hog is nice because you can use most receipts, even restaurant receipts, or gas receipts...etc. And you earn so many points depending on how much was spent at the store I think. I'm liking Fetch so far! Oh yeah, that would be a pain with iBotta.
@divalounger (5849)
• United States
24 Apr 19
Congrats!! I got tired of scanning my receipts and stopped short of collecting a reward for doing them--glad to see you got your prize!
• Valdosta, Georgia
24 Apr 19
I absolutely love Fetch rewards! I have had this app for a while now and recommended it here as well! Lol. At Walmart I get quite a few of the 50 point receipts, especially since my kids love spaghettio's.
@PatZAnthony (14752)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
24 Apr 19
Have not tried this yet, but seems worth the little time it would take for anyone who buys food!
@Fleura (29097)
• United Kingdom
25 Apr 19
That sounds like a bit of useful extra money and glad you are benefiting. I won't join though as I don't like my every action to be under surveillance like that!
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@maezee (41997)
• United States
26 Apr 19
True. I am sure it goes into some data bank or another.
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@alvin06 (213)
19 Sep 19
No, I am not a huge fan of receipt sites because they are only for US, UK and Canada not working for my country.
@janethwayne (5193)
• Philippines
24 Apr 19
Congrats.
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@maezee (41997)
• United States
26 Apr 19
Thanks!
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@LowRiderX (22907)
• Serbia
27 Apr 19
I've never heard such sites exist. And I do not live in the US so I probably would not be able to do it. Oh and I think they pay a little