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Price Rite Partners With Ibotta For Shopper App, Cash Back On Purchases

Price Rite Supermarkets, Keasbey, New Jersey, has partnered with Ibotta, a free mobile shopping app that offers users cash back on everyday purchases. Customers can earn cash rewards, bonuses and store extras as they shop.

With Ibotta, Price Rite shoppers have an added means of saving money, without clipping coupons, according to the companies. Shoppers can download the free app via their phone and select Price Rite from the list of retailers to view available offers, select and unlock rebates for groceries and other products on their shopping list, and start shopping to earn cash rewards.

Ibotta verifies qualifying purchases with Price Rite and provides cash directly to shoppers’ Ibotta accounts. Since its 2012 launch, Ibotta has paid out more than $100 million in earnings to shoppers.

“We are pleased to announce our new partnership with Ibotta, and we look forward to further engaging our shoppers and providing even more value at Price Rite,” said Neil Duffy, president of Price Rite. “As technology continues to play a larger role in our industry, we want to make sure we are offering our guests new ways to enhance their shopping experience. Price Rite operates under the philosophy that customers should not have to sacrifice quality to save on price, and partnering with Ibotta allows us to deliver compelling offers from our retail partners directly to the fingertips of our shoppers.”

Kane McCord, Ibotta’s COO, added, “We are thrilled that Price Rite has chosen to partner with Ibotta to make cash back incentives available to their customers. By teaming up with the scale leader in rewarded shopping on mobile, Price Rite vaults forward in a highly competitive marketplace. The seamless redemption experience will allow Price Rite shoppers to easily take advantage of the hundreds of dollars in cash back available in the Ibotta app each week from leading national brands.”

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Mike Berger

Mike enjoys touring various supermarkets to check out the latest foods and trends. When he isn’t writing, he takes pleasure in sports, his family and young, energetic grandchild.

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