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How to Save Money On Your Vacation Bookings With Ibotta

Written by Ashli

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This post is sponsored by Ibotta. All opinions are 100% mine.

How to save money on vacation

If you’re a regular reader of The Million Dollar Mama, then you’re probably familiar with my intense love for the free cash back app, Ibotta.

I’ve been using Ibotta to earn cash back on my groceries for a couple of years now. I love seeing the cash in my account add up and I’ll usually use the money to buy birthday and Christmas gifts and perhaps treat myself to a pedicure or a massage every now and then.

In fact (and this may be a bit embarrassing to admit) I love using Ibotta so much that on my recent trip to Australia with my son, it was one of the things I missed most, after my husband and chihuahua, of course 😉 (Ibotta is only available in the U.S.)

Ibotta has always been an awesome way to earn cash back on your groceries, but it’s the new year, which means there are new ways to save with Ibotta. Namely, they’ve started offering rebates for travel companies!

This is super exciting news if you’re a travel lover, like me!

Here are some of the current travel offers available on Ibotta:

● Choice Hotels – 7% cash back
● Extended Stay America – 9% cash back
● HotelStorm – 15% cash back
● eBags – 12% cash back
● Hotels.com – 6% cash back

If you’re traveling on a budget, Ibotta makes it a lot easier to save money and book travel. And every dollar adds up, especially when you’re booking travel for a family!

It’s never too early to book your spring or summer getaway and from 1/15 – 1/21 you can
earn increased cash back from participating travel partners. Get the app to learn more and get started today!

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About the author

Ashli

I'm a mom of one who loves writing, healthy living, personal finance and The Bachelor. I live in NC with my husband, son and 5lb chihuahua.