$5 Weekend Winter Wonderland Bonus

I receive a new $5 Weekend Winter Wonderland Ibotta bonus rebate which is valid thru 12/27/20 at 11:59 p.m.!!!

This offer may be a targeted offer meaning you did not get the exact rebate offer that was given to me.

If you don’t have an Ibotta account, use my referral code UAA and you will get $10 when you redeem your first rebate!

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  • Nick December 24, 2020, 11:46

    Keep in mind you can achieve the weekend bonus at the same time as you earn the earlier “sled” or “ride” bonus. But those two expire much sooner.

    After saying all of that, I do have a comment about shopping in general. The more time you spend in any store, the more risk you take of being exposed to COVID. But I’m not suggesting you stay at home for the next six months. Instead, take a reasoned approach to your shopping. Be as organized as you can, Ms. B. does a wonderful job of alerting you to opportunities. So pre-plan your shopping to accomplish your goals in the minimum amount of time possible. This is not the time to leisurely browse and wander, because you’re extending the time you expose yourself to risk without accomplishing anything. And when you’re shopping focus on avoiding others as much as possible. Be sure to grab a squirt of sanitizer on the way out or as soon as you get back to your car. Stay safe everyone!

    • Ms. B. December 24, 2020, 12:26

      In my opinion, it’s best to go early in the morning as soon as the store opens bc most folks are not at Walmart or Target at 7 a.m. It’s the same with the drugstores go early in the morning. For Walmart and Target, I always use the list feature on the Walmart & Target app so that I know which aisle I need to go to quickly so I can get in and out.

  • Stephanie B. December 24, 2020, 16:59

    My bonus is only $1 for the Weekend Warrior. Boo! 🙂 I do the same Roz. I go early in the morning to avoid the crowds of people.

    • Ms. B. December 24, 2020, 17:13

      I wouldn’t dare go to Walmart or Target or the grocery store after work, between 3 pm to 7 pm, because it’s too crowded. To me, the best time to hit those stores are early in the morning or right after lunch.

      • Nick December 24, 2020, 20:59

        I am about to make a general but highly critical comment. And I don’t mean to be harsh on WalMart. After all, they usually have the most Ibotta offers and good prices.

        But as you ladies suggest, the crowds are an issue. And there’s a much larger concern: cleanliness.

        Here’s the difference: As I step away from a Target self checkout register the attendant IMMEDIATELY steps over and cleans it. Whole Foods also does a good job of keeping their stores spotless. But WalMart? I NEVER see them cleaning anything. Ever! It doesn’t mean that good hard working people don’t work there. But it shows their priorities. I’ve seen dozens of customers use their self checkout registers with them never even given a quick wipe. The virus will exploit situations like that.

        We have been warned, and especially now, to avoid those not in our immediate household. Please make smart decisions in your shopping!

        • Ms. B. December 26, 2020, 06:46

          Also, keep in mind that Vons and Ralphs have pretty much stopped wiping down the conveyor belt that we put our groceries on and it’s just best to wipe down all packaging with the disinfecting wipes.

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