A WOMAN bagged an entire cart full of items for just $1 at Walmart using clever coupon tricks and rebates.
She revealed how you can score a load of items – including a pizza, lotion, and more, for cheap.
One woman revealed how she scored a cart full of items at Walmart for just $1Credit: YouTube
Using Ibotta, Fetch, and other coupons, she was able to score a load of items for a dealCredit: YouTube
She had goals she had to meet with different apps – including the Ibotta and Fetch – in order to score some of her money-saving deals.
“We’re going to not waste any time and we’re going to get right in to these rebates,” she said.
She showed how she could use coupons and rebates to make money on items like BIC razorsCredit: YouTube
She scored Annie’s mac and cheese completely freeCredit: YouTube
For her first item, she revealed Nestle Pure Life Revive water – which had a price tag of $2.58, but she scored for just $0.83 cents with a $1.75 Ibotta rebate.
Next, she revealed she scored cans of Chef Boyardee for just $0.83 with a $0.25 Ibotta rebate.
While some items were discount deals, she revealed she was able to score some completely free.
Showing off cans of Pringles for $1.48, she said she has a rebate from Ibotta for the cost – making them a $0 item.
“They are going to be free-ninety-nine,” Star said.
She scored Nestle Revive for just $0.83Credit: YouTube
Star scored cans of Chef Boyardee for just $0.83 with an Ibotta rebateCredit: YouTube
Star got cans of Pringles for just $1.48Credit: YouTube
As she showed off Bolt24 drinks, she showed a $1.24 price tag – but said she has a $1.28 rebate, meaning she made $0.04 on the item.
With another money-back offer, Star said she was able to score Annie’s Shells & White Cheddar for no cost.
She later revealed she was able to score a $5 Palermo’s pizza for just $1.75, with a manufacturer’s coupon, and rebates from Fetch and Ibotta.
Moving to the beauty aisle, she revealed she scored Neutrogena face bars for just $0.67 with a money-back offer from Ibotta.
“Be sure you grab the one that’s $2.67 for acne-prone skin,” she advised.
Next, she revealed BIC Soleil Razors with a $3.27 price tag.
However, with a $3 manufacturer’s coupon and a $3 money back Ibotta offer, she said she should make $2.73 by picking up the item.
In the cleaning products, she showed off CLR Sports Stain Remover – which costs $3.24.
Due to a glitch in the system, however, she said there were two Ibotta rebates – knocking the price tag down to just $0.74.
Showing her cart full of items, she revealed she only has four coupons she’s using with her purchase.
Before scanning any coupons, she revealed her total was $48.47.
Due to a glitch, she said she was unable to take home the BIC razors for the money-maker deal with the coupon, so she had the cashier take it off the transaction.
After coupons, her total in-store got moved down to just $38.37.
With her Ibotta rebates, she revealed she made $24.26 back on her purchase – plus $11.50 more in bonuses from the app.
She said she scored 1300 points from Fetch, Star said she saved another $1.30.
As she went to the checkout, she showed she had just four paper couponsCredit: YouTube
She scored $24.26 back with Ibotta – plus another $11.50 with a bonusCredit: YouTube
The cart full of items cost her just more than $1Credit: YouTube
“I got back a total of $37 and some change today, after spending $38.37,” the couponer revealed.
After coupons, rebates, and more, Star got her total cost knocked down to just $1.
“This my friends, turned out to be a $1 shopping trip,” Star said as she showed off a cart full of items.
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