Fetch Rewards with the Fetch Rewards App

Fetch Rewards with the Fetch Rewards App

 I was compensated for this post but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own. 

Days are slowing passing of the Sunday ritual of clipping coupons if you want to save money. Tying the convenience of the smart phone, with the spirit of saving of money is the new app called Fetch Rewards.

The Fetch Rewards app was developed in Madison, Wisconsin and has been rolled out nationwide in just time for the biggest sporting ever.

What is the Fetch Rewards App? This is a simple money saving app that takes your scanned receipts and helps you earn points that you can use for gift cards.

The basic idea is that after you install the app, you shop as your normally would, I would peruse the app first to see where I can save the most. Once you are home, scan your receipt and anytime you have bought an item among Fetch’s more than 180 brands you earn points. This also applies to special “in app” offers.

Once you have enough points, each redemption is worth different point values, you can instantly turn those points into an e-gift card from one of 400 retailers. The retailers are many and include Amazon, Target, Best Buy, Sephora and Walmart to name a few.

There are over 180 brands on the Fetch Rewards app including Klondike, Oscar Meyer, and Boca Burgers. The brands are broken into categories to make searching for your favorite much easier. Also included are beers, wine and spirits.

The app connects through your Facebook account, and is really simple and takes just a few minutes. This is a great way to earn extra gift cards buying what you normally buy, and it is easy and efficient.

 

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Enter “N5FQQ” and get an bonus of 2000 points when you complete your first receipt.

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Click here to download Fetch Rewards on IOS and Android

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