Ibotta Health and Wellness Week! Save at Thrive, Whole Foods, Blue Apron and More!

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This is a sponsored post by Ibotta. All opinions are my own.Ibotta Health and Wellness Week! Save at Thrive, Whole Foods, Blue Apron and More!

It’s a new year!! It seems like just about everyone wants to start a new year off fresh with lots of goals and/or new healthy habits. Is one of your goals this year to save money? Mine, too! And, I need to get back on track. Here are my top 5 ways to save money – shop during a sale, use coupons, purchase discounted gift cards, don’t shop at all (haha!), and using my Ibotta rebate app!

If hitting the gym or eating healthier meals and saving money are on your list for this year, you will want to take advantage of the Ibotta Health and Wellness week! Did you know that Ibotta has great offers from health and wellness partners? You can get the app here to check out all of their partners, but just to name a few, they are working with the following companies:

  • Thrive
  • Whole Foods
  • Amazon grocery
  • Boxed.com
  • Blue Apron – new subscribers get $25 cash back (double the standard offer)
  • Macy’s – 3% cash back for online purchases
  • GNC – 10% cash back for online purchases
  • Under Armour – 7% cash back for online purchases
  • Vitacost – 8% cash back
  • Home Chef – New subscribers get $10 cash back
  • Hello Fresh – New subscribers get $10 cash back

Start your New Year off right when you start with Ibotta. Take advantage of flexed up cash back from participating retailers like GNC, Under Armour and Blue Apron through January 14! Get the App to get started and for more details.

See more Ibotta deals shared on Become a Coupon Queen!

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