Last week I was able to use my physical coupons, and my My County Market App add Ibotta to save on produce. One of our common comments from non coupon users is that they do not buy products that are boxed only fresh. The argument is that if you buy fresh produce you can not coupon shop. Ha! They are not using all the right tools for the job.
This type of shopping changes the way we begin our shopping list and how we stack our coupon savings. First, we start each week taking a look at the phone app THEN we go to the weekly ad to see what else we like from our hot list. This change makes sure we take advantage of the stacked offers available.
For example, last week's Strawberries had a $2 CM coupon, Ibotta had $.25 off any item, and $1 on potatoes. By combining those two offers with sale prices on Blackberries, and green beans, my cart had 4 produce items deeply discounted.
Yes, saving money in the produce department take a bit of planning, but it's easy to do once you know the placed to look for deals. THIS WEEK: look to use your new Penny Pincher on $1.49 grape tomatoes, Ibotta and the County Market App will post their offers this Wednesday!
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. 5. Your savings will post to your Wallet within 48 hours of checkout.