HEB Starbucks Iced Coffee Ibotta Offer
The HEB Starbucks Iced Coffee Ibotta Offer for 96¢ expires 6/9/15. Not a bad deal for designer coffee at a deep discounted price!
I will admit that I am not a huge fan of the Starbucks brand but I do enjoy the iced coffees, especially the Caramel and French Vanilla varieties. If you’re like me and rarely treat yourself then this rebate might be all the motivation you need to splurge!
- Buy (1) Starbucks Iced Coffee, 11-oz, assorted varieties, $1.96
- Pay: $1.96 at the register, then submit to Ibotta for $1 rebate, exp 6/9
Final Cost: 96¢ for this bottle
You would normally expect topay around $3 – $4 at the coffee shop. The perk is a barista will misspell your name on purpose and you’ll get service with a smile! But I would prefer to save the few bucks by getting my coffee myself and drinking it at my desk in the peace and quiet!
What is Ibotta and how does it work?
Ibotta is a product rebate app that pays you back a set dollar amount for eligible purchases you make at participating retailers. You can unlock and earn new bonuses as well as earn extra cash when you sign up new teammates! Sign up and join my team and unlock bonuses faster since I am an avid Ibotta rebate user!
If you don’t own a smartphone BUT you have a tablet!
Then you can STILL join and submit for rebate offers! Just download the app to your tablet, unlock the offers and use your camera on your tablet to upload your receipts and scan the barcodes when redeeming your offers. I have to use my tablet instead of my phone when my battery on my phone dies!
More than just groceries!
Ibotta has weekly any brand rebates for everyday items like milk, bread, eggs and fruits and vegetables. You will also find rebates for retailers like JCPenney, Best Buy, restaurants and movie theaters. You really will get paid to shop. You want to be sure and join an active team if you will plan to use the grocery and drug store rebates every week, like most couponers usually do, to get more savings.
All that work…you want those bonuses, honey!
You really want to be sure and join an active Ibotta team! Many people throw out their referral codes and ask you sign up but make sure you pick a winning team. The reason to join an active team is simple – if you make weekly purchases you will end up reaching weekly bonus benchmarks. Example: If I earn $3 in rebates and my whole team earns a total of $6 this week then I can unlock the level 1 bonus. The level 1 bonus earns me an additional $2 and unlocks the level 2 bonus details.
Your bonuses can only unlock when your team participates so having team mates who don’t really use the app or shop for the rebates might keep you from unlocking your extra money in those bonuses. Just imagine – you’re doing all this work but your team isn’t really participating so you lose out on your extra bonuses while SuzyQCouponer and her team are cashing in on bonuses left and right. This is the reason why I encourage you to be sure that you are joining an active team that regularly submits for rebates to unlock more bonuses for your team.
OR…become your team cheerleader and motivate them to make some purchases by sharing some of these awesome stock up and money maker deals I post! If you link up your Facebook account with your Ibotta account then your Facebook friends become your team mates. You might try and recruit some eager coupon newbies with your referral code to your team and see if you can unlock your bonuses faster that way. Be sure and share my awesome money saving deals with them so they can jump on board your Ibotta rebate train!
I have a YouTube Tutorial if you want to preview the app first:
Other brand new Ibotta rebate offers:
All You Magazine $0.75 rebate available at: Walmart, Target, Sam’s Club and Dollar General
Glad Trash Bags, any variety, any size, available exclusively at Walmart
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