ReceiptPal

ReceiptPal is a receipt scanning reward app available in the Android/Apple app stores. 

Download the ReceiptPal app using this link, sign up, connect an email account for automatic collection of digital receipts and receive 250 points when your first receipt is collected.

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ReceiptPal

The Low Down

ReceiptPal awards points for ANY printed receipt. Digital Receipt points are awarded based on the 1,000+ online merchants. Users can connect multiple email accounts AND their amazon account. Email accounts are used to automatically collect digital receipts from online purchases.

When uploading an itemized, printed receipt, ReceiptPal uses a “Point Card” system. New users are given 5 point cards. Each cards allows 4 uploaded receipts. Once 4 receipts are uploaded, the user receives 25 points.   Receipts must be uploaded within 7 days of purchase.

ReceiptPal allows a maximum of 5 “Point Cards” at one time and new cards are handed out every Sunday. Don’t worry about running out of cards.

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Rewards System: 25 points are rewarded for every 4 uploaded receipts. Points are also rewarded from auto collection of digital receipts thru email accounts. If you use the 5 “Points Cards” in one week you can upload additional receipts to be entered in the Sweepstakes drawing. Personally, I would wait until the following Sunday and fill up my new cards. ReceiptPal has bonus games throughout the week that will pop up when you open the app.

If you use Amazon Prime Video, ReceiptPal offers a “scan” of your Amazon Prime Video account each Sunday to automatically receive 100 points. User must open the app, tap on Account, the Manage accounts and tap “check for new e-receipts” under their connected Amazon account.  

Payment System: Points can be redeemed for retail e-gift cards or Amazon e-gift cards. If you have 2,200 point you can redeem it for a $5 e-gift card.  4,000 points will get you a $10 e-gift card. The more points you have, the e-gift card you choose costs less, but has more value.

Summary: In the last year, I scored a $50 Amazon e-gift card. I currently have 5625 points accumulating for my next reward. That’s money for everyday purchases I would have normally made anyway!

Download the ReceiptPal app using this link, sign up, connect an email account for automatic collection of digital receipts and receive 250 points when your first receipt is collected.

Mandy Laningham

Mandy Laningham

~Cheap Zone Extraordinaire~

I love saving money in every possible way. Seriously. Call me frugal, cheap, stingy…whatever, but I can save money in a million ways and I am PROUD of it. Enjoy my tips, tricks and savings ideas!

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