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    How I got Ragu for .11 a jar and Olives for .29

    I recently started using Ibotta. A couple of the products I did really well on was Ragu Simply Sauce. Target had it on sale for $1.61 a jar, I found .75 coupons on coupons.com and wish I had printed more and Ibotta gave .75 for every jar up to 5 and reloaded it. Between the coupon and Ibotta I spent .11 a jar, wish I had some more .75 coupons. They also had $1.00 off a jar of olives, I went into CVS for a few things and they had Olives on clearance for $1.29, so .29 olives. I'm going to look into Checkout 51. I'm up to $81 in Ibotta and have cashed out $60 so far to my paypal account. Oh they also had Kleenex 3 packs .75 off using Ibotta, I checked the UPC and they also accepted the little pocket tissue 3 travel packs I got for .99, so I got those for .24. There is a learning curve with this app, sometimes you need to buy a minimum of 2 in the same transaction other times it's multiple separate transactions. I added my referral link under referrals if anyone is interested in giving them a try.
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    Happy to say they finally got almost all my problem tickets sorted out, many where my fault, operator error, newbie mistakes, and I'm up to $95 for the month of March. Not near as good of offers this month, I think they suck you in, but I'll take it. About to drop off my Lenten items to the senior center food bank, kind of like the reverse Advent box during Christmas. Bought a lot of things I would not normally have because they were so cheap, green olives .29, can of sardines .15 both on clearance and after Ibotta offer, 8 extra jars of Ragu .11 each, etc. if I collect anymore I can drop them off later, the box and bags are heavy. A few years ago I got mad at the TV when they were talking about how seniors were having to choose between medicine, food, utilities and said that's not right why doesn't someone do something!!!! I guess it knocked me into reality I'm someone it doesn't have to be a lot. I started with one of those kit meals that included the meat a week and vowed I would provide 4 meals a month when I was working and didn't have a lot of time. Now it more like what I can get for around .25 and put it in a box and expanded to soap, shampoo, and other personal items. I watch the sales, clip the coupons and now use Ibotta. This is not a pat yourself on the back thing, I just want everyone to know we are that someone and it doesn't have to be food, there is plenty of need to go around for all sorts of things. Will be looking for balls of yarn at goodwill and yard sales, I heard they have a knitting and crocheting group that can always use some. Kicking myself for passing on some garage sale band instruments I could have dropped off at one of the schools, the owner had them in the closet thinking their kids might want them back, but after 15+ years.... it was late in the day, I was tired, I think he would have given them away to get rid of them. Live and learn.
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