Fetch Rewards App – How To Score Free Gift Cards, Plus Everything Else You Need To Know

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I’m constantly on the lookout for new ways to save on my purchases, and to score some extra cash. After all, life is expensive (as we all know), and I work really hard for my finances. I recently heard about the Fetch Rewards app, and knew I immediately had to share what I learned with all of you. The app allows users to scan their receipts in exchange for free gift cards. I have your attention now, right?

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So, how does the app work? Every time you make a purchase, simply scan your receipt using the app. For every receipt you scan, your account will give you points. Once you hit a certain number of points, you can redeem them for gift cards to popular stores. It’s truly free money, and there are no strings attached.

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As long as you scan your receipts within 14 days of your purchase, you’ll gain points. Fetch Rewards also has partnerships with a large number of popular brands, guaranteeing that you will get points each time you purchase from them. Just some of the big brands you can score points from include Huggies, Diet Pepsi, Cheerios, Lipton, Kraft, People Magazine, Dove, Betty Crocker, and many, many more.

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The point system is extremely easy to decipher – 1,000 points is equivalent to $1, 3,000 points is equivalent to $3, and so on. So, all you’re doing is scanning receipts for the products you regularly buy, and are being financially rewarded for buying regular old stuff like your groceries and cosmetics. Seems pretty reasonable.

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The app is currently available on both the App Store and Google Play, meaning it can be downloaded for both IOS and Android. Of all the money-saving or money-generating apps out there, this one is at the top of my list. It’s super user-friendly, and it allows you to score free money for doing your regular shopping. I don’t know about you, but I’ll be paying extra attention to my receipts from here on out!