Free Gift Cards from the Fetch Rewards App….Is it Real?

Can you really get something for nothing? Well…..almost!

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Have you ever heard of Fetch Rewards? You  REALLY can earn points to spend towards gift cards and all you have to do is take a photo of your receipt with your phone. No coupon clipping or watching ads for discounts.

Fetch Rewards is a FREE mobile app where you take a photo of your receipts with your phone and you earn reward points. Many types of receipts qualify. I mostly use it for grocery or pharmacy receipts but you can earn rewards using receipts from grocery stores, gas stations, convenience stores, Target, Walmart, Costco, Sam’s, and other wholesalers.  At a minimum, you receive 25 pts but if an item on your receipt matches a promoted item you can earn hundreds or thousands of points.

All you have to do is snap a picture of your receipt and the app does the rest, there is no waiting like receipt apps where you have to wait for it to be validated. Fetch Rewards is instant, it tells you how many points you received immediately.

Is Fetch Rewards legitimate?

Yes, Fetch Rewards is a legitimate rewards program. You may be on a mailing list and your points may expire if your account is inactive for a period of time. But it doesn’t cost you anything and you can cash in your points for real gift cards from your choice of hundreds of businesses. Keep reading below, there is a huge promotion if you sign up now to Fetch Rewards.

*Pro tip: Create a junk email account. Most promotions or discounts require an email address. Chances are, you will be on an emailing list after that. Create a free email (Gmail, Hotmail, etc.) so you don’t have to give every website your personal email account.

How many points does it take to earn a dollar?

One thousand points equals $1 towards a gift card. Gift cards start at $3 or 3000 points and go up from there. Since I joined in early 2019, I’ve earned $35 in gift cards. I know that may not seem like much to some but a dollar here and a freebie there really add up. I think it’s good for just snapping a photo of my receipt.

The Rewards

Use your rewards to earn gift cards like Amazon, Starbucks, Ulta, Apple iTunes, Best Buy, Chili’s, plus hundreds more. You can redeem points for magazine subscriptions, 5000 points gets you 1 yr of InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar, or Parents Magazines plus many more. Read below for a promotion when you sign up with Fetch Rewards you get 3000 bonus awards immediately. You can use your rewards for sweepstakes entries, charities, travel, retail shopping, spa treatments, restaurants. There is a prescription savings program through Singlecare, you can save up to 80% on your prescriptions and you earn 5000 points for the first transaction and 1000 for each additional.

You have to join!

This is super easy! Click on this Fetch Rewards Link and it will take you to the Google Play Store or the App store depending on your phone’s operating system. Create an account using your email or you can easily use Facebook or Gmail. Right now they are offering a special Refer a friend and if you sign up through this link Fetch Rewards you will receive 3000 POINTS that’s almost a $5 gift card just for joining. Start scanning receipts. Depending on the length of the receipt tape, you may have to take multiple photos lining up the top of the photo with the bottom of the last photo. The app takes you through it pretty easily. In the Help Center section of your account details, there are several resources such as a video tutorial, FAQs, terms of service, and Privacy terms.

Don’t miss out on 3000 Bonus Points from Fetch Rewards. Give it a try, you have nothing to lose! Have you tried Ibotta, you can read all about the Ibotta app in this article.

Since 01/2013 I’ve earned $855.18 from Ibotta

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