Posted 07/07/2021 in Couponing

Where Does the Fetch Rewards App Work?


Where Does the Fetch Rewards App Work?

Where Does the Fetch Rewards App Work?   

(Answer: Everywhere in the United States--but that's the wrong question.)

"What Brands does Fetch Promote?" is a Better Question  

While some savings apps work only on specific stores, the Fetch Rewards app gives points to users for shopping at any retailer.  Grocery stores, clothing stores, pharmacies, gas stations, restaurants, hardware emporiums, furniture liquidators--if there's a receipt, scan it.  So the answer to the "Where can I use Fetch Rewards?" question is, "You can use Fetch Rewards everywhere in the United States, with some limitations mentioned in specific offers."  But really, it's the wrong question.

Fetch Rewards is based on brand loyalty to products, not brand loyalty to retailers.  Whether a shopper buys a bottle of Diet Mt. Dew at Walmart, Harris Teeter, Safeway, CVS, or the 7-Eleven gas station, Fetch treats it equally and will give the transaction one points value, no matter the purchase location.  Fetch is focused on the product's brand (PepsiCo owns Diet Mt. Dew), not the store brand.

Since Fetch focuses on brands, Fetch's users should also pay attention to the brands being displayed in order to plan for and maximize points back on all purchases.  In order to better understand which brands will get a user points on Fetch Rewards, CouponFindr first tried looking at the page of brands suggested on Fetch Rewards' terms of service (https://www.fetchrewards.com/terms-of-service/) which points to a /Brands page that unfortunately returns a 404 error message ("page does not exist").  The app, however, has a Brands section as well, with these brands listed:

  • A+D
  • Air Wick
  • Afrin
  • Aleve
  • Alfaro's Artesano Breads
  • Alka-Seltzer and Alka-Seltzer Plus
  • Allrecipes Magazine
  • American Patchwork & Quilting
  • Amp energy
  • Annie's Homegown Mac & Cheese
  • Anzo and Sons
  • ApotheCARE Essentials
  • Aquafina
  • Arnold
  • Arnold Palmer Spiked
  • Autumn's Gold
  • Axe
  • Bolt24
  • Baken-ets
  • Ball Park
  • Basic 4
  • Bayer Aspirin
  • Beefsteak
  • Ben & Jerry's
  • Better Homes & Gardens Magazine
  • Betty Crocker and Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
  • Bimbo
  • Blasted Shreds
  • Blue Moon and Blue Moon Lightsky
  • Boboli
  • Breyers
  • Brisk
  • Brownberry
  • Bubly Sparkling Water
  • Chester's 
  • Caress
  • Cascadian Farm
  • Cheerios
  • Cheetos
  • Chex
  • Chocolate Lucky Charms
  • Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • Citrus Blast
  • Claritin
  • Clean Eating Magazine
  • Clear
  • Coastal Living Magazine
  • Cocoa Puffs
  • colonial
  • Colorado Native
  • Cookie Crisp
  • Cooking Light Magazine
  • Coors Banquet, Coors Light, Coors Pure, and Coors Seltzer
  • Coricidin HBP
  • Cottonelle
  • Country Gardens Magazine
  • Country Home Magazine
  • Cracker Jack
  • Culture Repblick
  • Diet Pepsi
  • D'Italiano
  • Dole
  • Dark & Lovely Hair Color
  • Degree and Degree Men
  • Depend
  • Diabetic Living Magazine
  • Dippin Dots Cereal
  • Do It Yourself Special Edition Magazine
  • Dollar Shave Club
  • Doritos
  • Dove, Baby Dove, and Dove Men+Care, 
  • Drumstick Cereal
  • EPIC
  • Eat This Not That Magazine
  • Eating Well Magazine
  • Elegant Homes Magazine
  • Entenmann's
  • Entertainment Weekly
  • Essie
  • Finish
  • Fiber One
  • Flintstones Vitamins
  • Food & Wine Magazine
  • Forks Over Knives Magazine
  • Foster's
  • Francisco
  • Freihofer's Bakery
  • Frito Lay, Fritos, and Lay's
  • Fruit Gushers
  • Fruit Roll-Ups
  • Fruit Works
  • Fruit by the Foot
  • Funnyns
  • Gatorade
  • Garnier Hair Color
  • General Mills Cereal
  • Gerber Baby Food and Gerber Good Start
  • Gevalia Coffee
  • Girl Scouts Cookie Cereat
  • Golden Frahams
  • Good Humor
  • Goodbelly Probiotics
  • Goodnites
  • Grandma Syracuse
  • Groisch Lager
  • H2OH Sparking Water
  • Hamm's Beer
  • Health Magazine
  • Heiner's
  • Hellmann's Best Foods Mayo
  • Henry's Hard Soda
  • Hershey's Kisses Cereal
  • History Channel Special Edition Magazine
  • Honey Nut cheerios
  • Hop Valley
  • Huggies and Huggies Little Swimmers
  • Imagine
  • Izze
  • Icehouse
  • InStyle
  • Instant Pot Magazine
  • Jet-Puffed
  • Jojo Siwa Cereal
  • Kevita
  • Kix
  • Kaylightful
  • Keystone Light
  • Killians
  • Kitchens & Baths
  • Kleenex
  • Klondike
  • Knorr
  • L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics and L'Oreal Paris Hari Color
  • Lever 2000
  • Liberte
  • Life Special Edition Magazine
  • LifeWTR
  • Leinenkugel's
  • Levy's
  • Lipton, Liptn Recipe & Soup Secrets, Lipton Tea Leaves
  • Looza Fruit Juices
  • Lotrimin
  • Larabar
  • Martha Stewart Living Magazine
  • MOVO Wine Spritzers
  • Munchies
  • Munchos
  • Magnolia Jornal Magazine
  • Magnum Ice Cream
  • Maier's
  • Maille
  • Manzanita Sol
  • Marinela
  • Master
  • Maui Style Chips
  • Maxwell House
  • Maybelline
  • Mermaid Cereal
  • Michey's
  • Midol
  • Midwest Living
  • Miller 64, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller High Life, Miller Lite
  • Milwaukee's Best Light
  • MiraLax
  • Mirinda
  • Miss Vickies
  • Modern Farmhouse Magazine
  • Molson Canadian
  • Monsters Cereal
  • Mother's
  • Mott's Fruit Snacks
  • Mountain Dew
  • Mountain High
  • Mrs. Bairds
  • Mug Root Beer
  • NYX Professional Makeup
  • Naked Juice
  • National Geographic Special Edition Magazine
  • Natuchips Plantain Chips
  • Nature Valley
  • Nature's Harvest
  • Nestle Nan
  • Nexxus
  • Noxzema
  • Nubian Heritage
  • O.N.E. Coconut Water
  • Oatmeal Crisp
  • Ocean Spray
  • Off the Eaten Path
  • OneTouch
  • Oroweat
  • Oscar Mayer
  • Oui by Yoplait
  • PG Tips
  • Pop Works & Company
  • Popcorners
  • Parents
  • People Magazine, People Special Edition Magazine, and People en Espanol
  • Pepsi
  • Peroni Italy
  • Phillips'
  • Pilsner Urquell
  • Poise and One by Poise, 
  • Ponds
  • Popsicle
  • Proof Point
  • Propel
  • Protein One
  • Pukka
  • Pull-Ups
  • Pure Leaf and Pure Leaf Tea Leaves
  • Q-Tips
  • Resolve
  • Rachel Ray in Season
  • Rainbo
  • Raisin Nut Bran
  • Ratio
  • Real Simple
  • Red Rock Deli
  • Redd's Apple Ale and Redd's Wicked
  • Redding French
  • Reece's Puffs
  • Remix
  • Reveal Magazine
  • Revolver
  • Rockstar Energy Drink
  • Rold Gold Pretzels
  • Rolling Stone Special Collection Edition
  • Ruffles
  • Stubborn Soda
  • Sabra
  • Sabritas
  • Sabritones
  • Saint Archer Gold
  • San Luis
  • Sara Lee and Sara Lee Artesano
  • Schmidt's Deodorants and Schmidt's Soaps
  • Scott Brand
  • Seventh Generation Personal Care
  • Shape
  • Shea Moisture
  • Sierra Mist
  • Simple Skin Care
  • Sir Kensington's
  • Smartfood
  • Smith & Forge Hard Cider
  • SoBe
  • Sol
  • Southern Living
  • St. Ives
  • Stacy's Pita Chips
  • Starbucks
  • Steel Reserve and Steel reserve Alloy Series
  • Stove Top
  • Stroehmann
  • Suave
  • Sun Chips
  • Sweet July Magazine
  • Tazo Tea Bags
  • TIGI
  • Time Special Edition Magazine
  • Toni & Guy
  • TRESemme
  • Tyskie
  • Talenti
  • Tazo
  • Terrapin
  • The Keto diet Magazine
  • The Rustik Oven
  • Thomas
  • Tostitos
  • Total
  • Totino's
  • Traditional Home
  • Travel + Leisure Magazine
  • Trix
  • Tropicana
  • U by Kotex
  • Vaseline
  • Viva
  • Vizzy Hard Seltzer
  • Woolite
  • Wheaties
  • Wilde Terra
  • Wonderworks
  • Yoga Journal Magazine
  • Yoplait, YQ by Yoplait, Yoplait Dunkers, and Yoplait Go-Gurt
  • Yuban Coffee

Fetch pays a small amount of points for simply scanning each receipt--even if none of the above brands are on the receipt--because the data helps Fetch's brand partners better understand customers' purchases.  However, the bigger payouts are when app users match their purchases with available offers, and, of course, remember to scan their receipts to prove the purchases.

Does Fetch Rewards Work for Online Shopping?

In fact, Fetch does not even require a receipt, at least not for online purchases at certain retailers.  In the Fetch Rewards app, users can connect their Amazon.com account or an email account so Fetch will capture online purchases at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Bath & Body Works, Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, BJ's Wholesale club, Boxed Wholesale, Caviar, Chewy, Costco Wholesale, CVS, delivery.com, DoorDash, Food Lion, FreshDirect, Giant Eagle, Google Express, Grubhub, H-E-B, Hannaford, Harris Teter, Hobby Lobby, Hy-Vee, Instacart, Jet, Jewel-Osco, Joann Stores, Kohl's, Lowe's, Lowes Foods, Macy's, magazine.store, Mejer, Michaels, Office Depot, Peapod, Petco, PetSmart, Rite Aid, Safeway, Sam's Club, Seamless, Sephora, Shipt, ShopRite, Target, The Home Depot, Thrive Market, Tom Thumb, Uber Eats, Ulta Beauty, Vons, Waitr, Walgreens, Walmart, Walmart Grocery, Wegmans Food Markets, Weis Markets, Winn-Dixie, and Woodman's Markets.

Watch the Details

Always read the offer details.  Fetch offer details explain the limit per receipt, the limit of submissions per user, the number of points to expect per valid redemption, specifics of which product is included in the offer--and if there is a limitation on where the offered item can be purchased, it would appear in the offer details.  For example, there's a lengthy disclosure on alcohol offers reminding of legal age limits and also stating in which states the offer is valid--and that's not everywhere.  


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