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With rising grocery and other basic necessity prices, many people are trying to reduce expenses wherever possible. Thankfully, there are apps available that allow people to earn cash back on these everyday purchases.
The best cash back apps can be used at various stores and allow you to link store loyalty cards. Many also feature low minimum redemption amounts so that your rewards (whether money or gift cards) arrive quicker rather than later.
Some of the most well-known apps include Ibotta, Checkout 51 and Rakuten. Each offers cash back at various retailers including grocery stores and online shops; mobile apps or browser extensions allow you to find offers. Rewards earned can then be deposited directly into your bank account or PayPal account or even redeemed for gift cards.
Apps vary greatly in their complexity and ease-of-use; some offer basic features while others have more advanced ones. To find the ideal app for yourself, you need to compare its benefits against the time and effort it requires you to use it – for instance, some require you to scan receipts while others automatically detect eligible purchases and inform you of your earnings.