Since I’ve been talking a lot about the ibotta app, I thought I’d look into other coupon apps that you may be interested in. The only other one I thought was worth posting about right now is an app called endorse. Endorse is the simple, free way to get cash back for buying your favorite products in stores. It’s another easy one. All you have to do is browse the offers they send your way and send a photo of your receipt after you purchase the products that catch your eye. You’ll earn cash back and points redeemable for charitable donations made in your name.

Earn from 10% up to 100% cash back on your everyday purchases wherever you shop including Walmart, Target, Walgreens, Kroger, Safeway, CVS, Whole Foods, Costco and Trader Joe’s.

Here’s how it works:

  • Browse offers: before or while you shop
  • Upload receipts: after shopping, send your receipts and let them know what you bought
  • Earn cash rewards: every time you upload receipts and redeem offers, you’ll earn cash back
  • Earn points, too: just for uploading receipts, even ones without redeemed offers, you’ll earn points redeemable for charitable donations made in your name

For more details, view their FAQ’s HERE. One of the questions I wanted to point out deals with stacking a paper coupon with the coupons offered on this app. Looks like while that IS allowed, you will only be paid back the % of your out of pocket expense.

Q: I’ve used a paper coupon, store reward, or other in-store discount when purchasing items. Do I get rewarded based on the purchase price before any discounts were applied?

A. No. We calculate your reward on the final price you paid for any given item. For example, if you use a 20% off coupon on an item that costs $5.00, thus paying $4.00, and submit your receipt to Endorse to redeem a 30% cash back offer, your reward will be $1.20 (30% of $4.00). Rewards are calculated on your pre-tax, out of pocket price.

Click HERE to sign up

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December 31, 201202:03 pm

Can you have more than one Endorse username per household? The closest answer I could find in their FAQs was this: What if my significant other uses Endorse? That’s great! Make sure you each only submit your own receipts, and do not submit the same receipt as your significant other. We check for duplicate receipts and will have to reject any receipts we receive twice.


December 31, 201210:41 pm

John, I would say yes. Just make sure if you both want to redeem the same purchase them in separate transactions so that you can upload 2 different receipts.


December 31, 201201:06 am

I don't read it that way. I read it as they give you your rebate on the price you pay AFTER any coupons. Thoughts? I mean, in their example there, they specifically USE a coupon.


December 31, 201209:06 am

Hi Heather, yes...I worded that incorrectly. You get paid the % of cash back based on your AFTER coupon total.