• FREE $10 Cash Back on $50 Kimberly Clark Purchase with Fetch Rewards

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    Through March 12th
    , Fetch Rewards Users can get 10,000 reward points (like $10) on a $50 Kimberly Clark Purchase. And if you’re NEW to Fetch Rewards you can get a $2 bonus (2,000 bonus points) just for signing up and using referral code FreeStuffPlease note that you don’t have to spend $50 at once and can do multiple transactions across multiple receipts and there is a limit of one per user. You can also shop for your everyday Kimberly Clark Household Products from your favorite stores including Target, CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid!

    Brands included in this reward are Kleenex, Cottonelle, Scott, Viva, Huggies, Pull-Ups, GoodNites, U by Kotex, Poise and Depend.

    If you’re unfamiliar with Fetch Rewards, you can earn points on everyday purchases and redeem them once you hit $3 in points for gift cards to TONS of different places including Amazon, Target and Panera Bread or wait until you have $5 to cash out. You can get to $5 pretty easily by scanning several receipts. Check out our full article on Fetch Rewards over here!

    *Update: When you add additional receipts, it won’t apply to the offer automatically. Send Fetch a contact us, and they’ll add it for you manually. Turn around was a couple of hours.

    Here’s What To Do:

    • Download the Fetch Rewards app from App Store or Google Play
    • During signup and before submitting your first receipt, use referral code FreeStuff to get $2 bonus rewards (2000 bonus points)
    • Spend $50 on any qualifying Kimberly Clark Products
    • Submit your receipt
      (If you’re doing it across multiple receipts, your total will track in the app)
    • Once your total is verified, your 10,000 Fetch Rewards (like $10) will be added to your account
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  • 2 good-looking people commentedLeave a comment
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      This didn’t work for me 🙁 it considers the coupons and target gift card you get back to not be included in the $50, so it wants me to still buy another $15 of product to be eligible for the points

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        Isabel (Free Stuff Finder Team) :

        Oh no! Thanks for letting me know Marie, Fetch didn’t used to account for the Target Gift Carfd, something must have changed recently! I’ll look into that and change the post.

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