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Beauty App Connects Shoppers

July 11, 2014

Touts cash-back deals and more.

Summer is the time to flaunt that new summer tan and the season’s hottest trends, but completely remaking a wardrobe can be costly for anyone’s budget. The Ibotta shopping app allows trendsetters to change up their color palettes in both the beauty and fashion area, all while saving money instantly.
 
Ibotta offers cash-back deals on summer’s newest looks through Birchbox.comor summer beauty and skincare products on Sephora.com. Just as the top beauty bloggers, designers and runways change up their look for summer, Ibotta users can too.
 
According to the company, Ibotta has attracted over 3 million users who have saved a collective $8 million on some of the biggest brands at over 100,000 stores nationwide. By downloading the app and unlocking rebates, users earn cash back deposited directly into their PayPal or Venmo accounts.
 
More info: www.Ibotta.com
 
 
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