Turn ALDI Receipts into Amazon gift cards with Fetch Rewards
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Last month I told you guys about ALDI now being a participating store on the Ibotta cash back app. Today, let me tell you about another cash back app I use that also accepts ALDI receipts: Fetch Rewards!
- Use code NF3TH to sign up and receive 2000 bonus points after you scan in your first receipt, and here’s a little more about how the app works.
So, full disclosure: This is a slow process after the initial hook-you-in bonus receipt points rush.
But! Fetch Rewards starts you off the bat with 2000 points when you sign up using someone’s referral code, such as my own NF3TH — which gets you two thirds of the way towards your first $3 Amazon gift card. (You can alternatively pick CVS, Target, or a number of other rewards.)
Fetch Rewards gives you bonus points for submitting receipts containing sponsoring brands or special offers, so you can earn faster when you submit those. Fetch does, however, give you base points for any grocery, pet store, home improvement, club store, or convenience store receipt. (Gas station receipts appear to qualify under convenience stores, because I’ve been getting credit for uploading those.)
You can scan up to 14 receipts in a rolling 7 day period, and receipts have to be scanned within 14 days of the checkout date.
I’d kind of forgotten about this app for a while, but recently rounded up a little stack of ALDI and gas station receipts I had around the house, scanned them all in, and got myself an Amazon gift card that day. (They’ll likely start you off with a bunch of bonus offers to help hook you in, such as the 750 point receipt scan bonus they gave me above. Once that fun is done, though, your base points run about 25 per receipt — with the occasional bonus offer thrown in, of course.) You need a minimum of 3000 points to cash out, and you’ll start out with 2000 with code NF3TH.
Why not get cash back for ALDI receipts, right?
Once I remembered how darn easy it is to do, I’ve been scanning in all my receipts to both Fetch and Ibotta while putting groceries away as soon as I get home from the store. Even though it’s slow, it’s free money for stuff I’m buying anyway — so why the heck not?
Want in? After you install Fetch Rewards, use code NF3TH for 2000 bonus sign up points!
Want to check out more cash back apps?
Find info on a few more of the cash back apps I use.