As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of the Ibotta app (Full Review) as a smart way to save money at the grocery store. But now Ibotta will also pay you cash to watch TV via Hulu. Yes, you read that correctly. Let’s break it down…
$15 Cashback to Subscribe to Hulu
The folks at Ibotta have recently teamed up with Hulu to give you $15 cash just for signing-up with Hulu.
Click Here to sign-up with Ibotta and subscribe to Hulu and claim your free $15.
Plus, if you’re new to Ibotta, you can score a $10 sign-up bonus by redeeming just one grocery rebate.
$25 free. A total no-brainer if you’re considering Hulu anyways.
For those of you who are not familiar with Hulu, it’s a streaming service that gives you access to thousands of TV shows, movies, and even live TV for as little as $7.99 per month.
How Does It Work?
If you’re already an Ibotta member, just do a quick search for “Hulu” on the app and you’ll find the $15 rebate.
They also offer $30 cashback if you sign-up for Hulu Live.
You must be a new subscriber to qualify for either rebate.
If you’re new to Ibotta, Click Here to sign-up and download the app to your smartphone.
Once you have the app installed, just do a search for “Hulu” and you’ll find the $15 Hulu offer.
Any Other Offers Worth Knowing About?
Glad you asked as there are a few more Ibotta rebates worth considering.
- Amazon Prime – Sign-up for 1 year of Prime and get a free $20 Amazon gift card.
- Amazon Student – 50% off the cost of an Amazon Prime Student membership.
- VRBO – $10 gift card to be used towards a vacation rental booking.
- Apple Music – $5 cashback when you sign-up for any Apple Music subscription.
Ask the Reader: Are you an Ibotta user? If so, how do you use the free app to save the most money?
By Kyle James