Are you clicking? You should be. This program is changing shopping. It's easy, no scissors necessary. Once you have the My County Market App rolling, add Ibotta to your shopping clicks. It's a nationwide rebate program when you can clip even more offers that you paid on Paypal. It also works with your max card so no hassles for you. Just see their offers, click and get money.
This past weekend I was looking for deals on my phone and found the best deals on My County Market App. I picked up several dollars with just a simple click. $1 on CM brand sugar, $1 on CM bottled water, $1 on Essential Everyday cereal. You get the idea. It's a simple app to use. You get offers on products you normally buy, and several items you can consider buying. Click the ones you want and they are automatically applied to your max card. To get rolling with extra app coupons follow these steps:
1. Download the My County Market App onto your phone.2. It will ask you to confirm your email and Max card. You can just snap a pic of your max card when it asks you for it. Be sure these are correct! It's how they ties to your max card shopping.
3. Click some offers and have them in your virtual wallet.
4. Shop at the store and pick up the items in your virtual shopping list.
It's really easy to do. I love the fact that I can pick up name brand coupons that are not available on coupons.com or smartsource, like Pepsi, Frito Lay, Campbells, and County Market store brand staples.
I picked up $10 just for signing up with Ibotta on my phone. Boom! Direct to my paypal account. Then I picked up some Pillsbury offers, $.50 on any bread, $.25 on any bananas, and $1 on milk, for extra this week. These are in addition to your weekly totals, and YES you can still add printed or newspaper coupons to your order. How cool is that?
I want to hear back from you this week. Use your apps and share on Facebook how much you have saved. Good Luck!
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