3 Apps That Reward You For Taking Pictures

Tired of hearing about Ibotta?   Me too.  Don’t worry, that’s not on my list of apps!  When it comes to saving money (usually for travel), I always look for the quickest and easiest ways to be rewarded.  It’s hard to get much easier than taking some quick pictures of your receipts, right?  These are the three apps that I’ve earned the most from, so I hope you have the same experience!

  1. Fetch Rewards – Snap a picture of your grocery receipt in the app and it will assign your points based on what you bought (no need to search for offers!)    Redeem the points for gift cards to Amazon, Sephora, Best Buy, Regal, Fandango, Xbox, Athleta, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more.  If you use my referral code below, we’ll both earn 2,000 points when you sign up.  That’s halfway to an $5 Amazon gift card right there.Screenshot_20180514-190430
  2. Receipt Pal – Snap a picture of ANY receipt (doesn’t have to be from a grocery store) and once you fill up 4 boxes, you earn 100 points.   I like that this app has a wide range of redemption levels – you don’t have to bank a huge amount of points to redeem them.

  3. Receipt Hog – This one also accepts receipts from any store.  The rewards involve coins which you earn from receipts, taking surveys, and winning their slots game.  The goal is to feed the Receipt Hog each week to earn more rewards.  As you can see, the graphics are amusing.Screenshot_20180514-190450

What are your favorite apps for saving money?  I’d love to hear about them!


The Planking (and receipt-scanning) Traveler


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