Lets save some money… with Yaarlo!
The Yaarlo app is somewhat new to me. However, I have been quite happy with it. This app is probably one of the simplest ones to use. All you do is scan your receipts and you will earn points, which turns into money. After you have scanned in your receipts, you are done. Now you just have to wait for the money to start coming in.
Yaarlo pretty much accepts all kinds of receipts – I do not think I have been turned away for a receipt that I have scanned in. Each type of store is assigned a different amount of points for the receipt:
Grocery Store: .25%
Gas Station: .10%
Retail Store: .25%
Local Restaurants: .25%
Personal and Entertainment: .20%
Fast Food Restaurants: .25%
Wholesale Clubs: .10%
Usually, I will scan in all my receipts on Sunday and then if I go anywhere during the week, I will scan those extra receipts in if I have time or else I just wait until the weekend. Receipts cannot be older than 14 days.
When you hit $10, you can cash out for Amazon, Target, Panera, Starbucks, or Macy’s. If you want Paypal, that is at $20. I have to be honest, when using Yaarlo, the cash really does add up quickly.
The neat thing with Yaarlo is that you can shop online (Shop ‘n Earn) and earn money, as well. With Shop ‘n Earn, you will receive up to 5% back when you shop online. You can click through the Yaarlo app or visit their website. When you make a purchase, the cash back will automatically be applied to your account. I have not tried it yet, so I really do not know how it works. When I shop online, I use Ebates, as it is the most convenient for me.
If you have any questions, you can leave them below and I will do my best to answer them.
Disclosure: Thoughts and Reviews was not paid to write this post. I am simply sharing information about an app that I found that works really well. If you sign up and use my code, I will receive a small referral fee.