If you haven’t already heard the Grammys are on tonight Monday, February 15th! Are you a Gwen Stefani fan? I am loving her new song “Used To Love You” and I am looking forward to seeing her create a video for her new single “Make Me Like You,” LIVE on the Grammy’s Awards tonight! Check out a preview f the new song below and stay tuned to the creation of the video tonight! Feel free to comment after the show and let me know what you thought.This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy here
Are you using Ibotta yet? If not, you should be! iBotta is probably one of my favorite coupon/rebate apps. I have already earned over $64 just by unlocking and uploading my receipts! Below is a screenshot from my actual Ibotta App. Once you earn over $20 you can cash out to Paypal or turn it into a gift card.
It’s easy to redeem ibotta Rebates! You can unlock rebates right from the Ibotta App on your phone. The best part for me is I use coupons already to save on the products that I buy and then if there is a rebate on the same item it’s a double dip in savings!
1. Download the App
Download the Ibotta app here, available on iOS and Android. The app is required to submit a receipt.
2. Unlock Rebates
Before you go shopping, unlock cash rewards on great products by completing simple tasks.
3. Go Shopping
Buy the products you’ve unlocked at any supported store.
4. Verify Your Purchases
Scan your product barcodes, then submit a photo of your receipt.
5. Get Cash
You’ll have the cash deposited into your Ibotta account within 48 hours.
This welcome bonus will not last forever so join now and start earning rebates on your purchases and get your $10 bonus!
Below are just some of the past rebates you can redeem after joining here!
If you haven’t checked out iBotta in awhile, you may not know they have updated the app to not only include groceries but also dining, clothing and beer, wine and spirits!
Looking for other great coupon apps? I use many of them but I wrote a blog post about my favorite coupon apps. Be sure to check it out and feel free to comment with your favorites!
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Right now you can score Kelly Clarkson’s latest album “Piece By Piece” on Google Play for FREE!! Search Google Play on your computer or on your android device and look for this album (make sure you choose the Google Play Deluxe Edition) or click here. I love all the great Google Play music freebies I have been getting. I try and post the ones I see but if you see any that I don’t post, feel free to add the link in the comments.
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Have you ever wondered why Santa brings you gifts? Before I was given a copy of The Gift Giver I had not really thought of it too much sadly but reading this book has opened my mind and made Christmas even more special. Christmas has always been a special time of year for me because the family gets together and is able to eat, have fun, open gifts and just be together. I have never been one to have a giant Christmas list, I am more of a giver and I love buying and making thoughtful gifts for others. I think it is important for the younger generation to know the meaning of Christmas and know that it is not just about the gifts and getting things on their Christmas list. The book The Gift Giver is a great way to educate the kids about the meaning of Christmas. Read on to learn more about this beautiful book and find out where you can buy it, it makes a great stocking stuffer this Christmas! This book is sure to be enjoyed by your family and loved ones and is a great book to read to the kids at bedtime.
Haven’t heard about The Gift Giver? The Gift Giver is a children’s story book about the origins of the man we have come to know as Santa Claus, written and developed by Jacob Haslem and Nicholas Allen and illustrated beautifully by Elissa Weaver. The pictures in the story are beautiful and it reads very well. You can grab a hardcopy or softcopy here . Or a hardcopy, softcopy or digital copy on Amazon here.
What type of gift giver are you? How much thought do you put into your gift giving? How do you share with your children the meaning of Christmas? Share your thoughts and comments below and let me know, I love to read reader comments 🙂