Hello again. I have done almost no couponing or bargain shopping during April but I'm getting back to it. I have a new financial goal and careful grocery shopping is one way we will reach it.
Above and below is what I bought at Walmart.
The string cheese are my husbands favorite snack.
Most of the other things are things we use and I stocked up on because of Ibotta deals
Ibotta is an app that refunds your money for buying specific things.
I always check the Walmart day old bread-
Below is my Walmart receipt.
The cheese was a great deal. Each bag had a $1 coupon attached so that made their purchase price just $1.38 - and youll see below that Ibotta gave me back $1 for each bag so the final cost as .38 for 1/2 pound of cheese
At Aldi, I bought produce and a few ingredients we need.
The mini doughnuts and strawberries were a snack to take to my parents when my brother and3 grands were there.
The 1 pound boxes of Spring Mix are my favorite salad base. 1 pound is a lot of salad too!
I shopped at Dollar General and used 3 digital coupons from their app.
The bleach is from their dollar aisle and is a great price for bleach. I am not brand loyal on bleach and I do use it on all white loads to sanitize kitchen towels, cloth napkins, washcloths,
also undies and handkerchiefs and cleaning rags.
I think $6.65 was a very low out of pocket purchase, especially for things we use often.
these are the digital coupons I used there.
They change often so if you shop there, always check the app the day you shop.
When I got home, I entered my receipts on to a few apps that give cash back or you can earn gift cards. This part goes very fast,.
The Walmart receipt goes on SavingsCatcher
My big earner was Ibotta. Before I shopped, it did take a while to plan my shopping around their deals. They have hundreds of deals but I only picked these as they at things we use and need.
The McCormick refund included the 3 Frenchs mustards.
I also entered my receipts onto Receipt Hog and Receipt Pal.
They don't have referral credit but if you search in your app store, you will find them.
You won't earn fast but they truly take just seconds to enter your receipts. I say when things take so little effort to save a few dollars, do them.
I also used Fetch which I've posted about earlier.
I looked on Savings Start and Checkout 51 but didn't have any new offers to get credit for today.
I did see on Checkout 51 that I had previously earned enough to cash out so I requested a check be mailed to me.
I get it that some people don't want to do all these apps but I think most of readers are always trying to stretch their dollars and all these apps and careful shopping at multiple stores can be ways to do that.
I apologize to readers in other countries as I think these apps are all USA only.
I do have an Ibotta referral code, I think if you use my code and are a first time ibotta use, you will get $10 for signing up and doing your first purchase.
If you got this far, thanks for reading and I hope my tips help you if you want to do some super penny pinching.