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Stock Up & Save on Your Home Goods

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Whether you purchased a new home or decided to restyle your current home, there’s a deal to be had if you know where to look! Here are the best ways to save money on your home renovations and furnishings!

Rakuten (Formerly Ebates)

Available online and app store

Special Offer: Receive $10 reward from Rakuten when signing up by clicking here. See site for details.

Online and in-store shoppers alike can find great savings with Rakuten. Connect your card of choice, choose your retailers, and shop — while earning up to 10% cash back! Rakuten offers deals on everything you need for your dream home from places like Macy’s, Kohl’s, Pier 1 Imports, Best Buy, Ace Hardware, and Lowe’s. The deals don’t just apply to home goods, though! Rakuten can help you save on everything from travel to pet supplies to clothing and more!

Pro Tip: If you choose to sign up via the app, make sure to also visit the website to select stores for in-store credit. Visiting the website is the only way to do this and can increase the amount of cash you receive back. Also, for those who do a lot of online shopping, Rakuten offers a browser extension (also only available on the website) that can alert you whenever you’re visiting a qualifying merchant’s site and can provide discounts, free gift or free shipping offers!

Ibotta

Available online and app store

Special Offer: Use this referral link or code aaswtw to sign up today

Ibotta is a cashback service that helps you save money on the things you shop for every day. Ibotta saves you money on items at grocery and convenience stores, pharmacies, as well as helping you save on home goods and electronics from places like Target, Home Depot, Lowes, and many more. Simply shop as you normally would, use the app to select the retailers you have visited and the items you have purchased, take a picture of your receipt, and receive money back. You can maximize Ibotta by viewing the products and brands offered before you purchase  and shop the products that offer the best value. Sign up for Ibotta by clicking here.

Fetch Rewards

Available in app stores

Special Offer: Use Referral code XF6WC to receive an additional 2000 points with your first qualifying scan. See Fetch Rewards for details.

Fetch is a grocery-specific rewards program that helps to save you money on the groceries you buy normally. This app is one of the easiest to use as there is no need to select a retailer or search through products. Simply take a photo of your receipt and Fetch Rewards will scan your receipt to find your qualifying purchases and add credit to your account. Credit can then be redeemed for gift cards to a variety of retailers.

Receipt Hog

Available in app stores

Special Offers: None

Receipt Hog is one of the slower-earning cashback apps, but ease of use, and a fun little rewards game, make this one worth downloading. Simply scan your receipt and earn points. The amount/value of the points is low compared to other reward apps listed above, but Receipt Hog does offer a bonus game to earn extra credits when you upload a certain number of receipts. More information is visible via the app, but you can check out Receipt Hog online to find the app download link.

Whether you’re planning to stock the fridge and pantry or completely revamp your new home with electronics and decor, these are the best apps available to help you save money while you buy the things you need.

Know of any other great cashback apps or money saving tricks? Let us know in the comments below!

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      Tristin Zeman says:

      Hi Linda! Thanks for commenting! The best way I’ve found to get coupons in the mail is by buying/subscribing to the Sunday edition of the local paper or contacting the companies I’m interested in directly. I especially like that option because I have a better chance of getting coupons for products I know I will use and enjoy. These manufacturers coupons are also a little like gold – they are typically valid at any store that carries their products. To get these coupons, you’ll have to reach out to the companies directly. Here’s a really good list of companies that tend to send out their manufacturer coupons and links to their contact info, as well as an idea of what to say when you contact them. Check it out here.

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