September Savings: Kite Hill, Sabra, Frontera, & More!

Savings Round Up

Hello everyone,

Happy September Savings! Ah, while many of my friends are mourning the loss of summer, I couldn’t be happier. This is simply my favorite time of year. The leaves will soon begin to change. We’ll get sweater weather. Plus, pumpkin spice everything! I know, I know. But fall means winter. I also love snow, and I’d much rather be cold than hot. Bring it on! I’m so excited to make tofu pot pies and baked squash. Yum.

Okay, so today I have a full September Savings Round Up packed with great coupons and deals, but I also want to talk about a “new” rewards app – Fetch Rewards. This app has actually been around for quite some time, but I didn’t learn about it until last week when I logged into my Mobisave app to scan a receipt and saw their new partnership.

Use my Fetch Rewards referral code – BU7GX – and it will earn you and me 1,500 points with your first completed receipt. That’s the equivalent of $1.50.

Fetch Rewards works similar to fan favorites like IbottaBerrycart, or CheckOut51. Fetch Rewards allows you to scan a receipt within the past 14 days, and it will automatically look for certain brands/ products that earn points. Plus, there are constantly special offers which earn you up to an extra 1,000 points just for one product. That’s essentially an extra $1.00 rebate. This is a great way to put a few extra dollars back in your pocket each month while expending minimal effort. The thing I love most is the variety of brands on the app. There is everything from Lays/ Tostitos chips to Boca brand faux meats!

Want more specifics? Fetch Rewards earns you points two ways: Participating brands get base points and bonus points. All brands listed on the “save” tab earn points per dollar amount. Additionally, you can receive bonus points if the price of the item is more than the target price listed.

How does this translate to cash back/ rewards? 3,000 points will earn you $3 at Amazon or Target. You might say 1,000 points per dollar is pretty steep, but you earn points rather quickly. If you purchase a bonus brand you can get loads of extra points. I recently purchased a bag of Lays chips for a Labor Day party and received 500 “brand” points and 25 points for the $2.50 cost of the bag of chips.

If you enter my referral code (BU7GX) and scan a receipt, we’ll each get 1,500 points. That equals $1.50 in rewards just for using my code! Why turn down free money?

The only catch is you must enter the referral code before you scan your first receipt. You can do that when you first sign up for Fetch Rewards or by clicking the “Me” button and entering the code prior to scanning the receipt. Once you scan and send your receipt and it’s accepted, the 1,500 points will automatically be applied to your account.

Fetch Rewards is available for both iOS and Android:

What are you waiting for? Go download this app and be sure to checkout my full savings round up below! Cheers & happy shopping!


PS – As always, in case you missed them, check out my top ways to save and other recent savings posts.

* Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. As always, all opinions are my own!




  • Variety of coupons available!

Beyond Meat

  • $1.00 off any Beyond Meat item (exp. 9/30/17)

Bob’s Red Mill

  • $1.00 off any one Bob’s Red Mill product (Save more with Ibotta!)

Cool Savings

  • $0.50, one Muir Glen item
  • $1.00, any TWO (2) So Delicious® Dairy Free Yogurt Alternatives (5.3 oz. or Larger)
  • $1.00, any TWO (2) Silk® Dairy Free Yogurt Alternative (5.3 oz. or larger)
  • $0.50, on TWO any flavor/variety LÄRABAR™ bars
  • $0.50, ONE any flavor/variety 5.5 OZ OR LARGER Food Should Taste Good™ Tortilla Chips OR Bean Chips

Follow Your Heart

  • $1.00, any one Flatout product
  • $1.00, any one Saffron Road product
  • $1.00, one or $2.00 off any two Hillary’s Eat Well products
  • $1.00, any one Earthbound Farm
  • $1.00, any one DeLallo
  • $1.00, any La Morena product
  • $1.00, any one El Yucateco product


  • $1.00, any ONE (1) So Delicious Dairy Free Item
  • $1.00, any ONE (1) Tres Latin Pupusas (Any Flavor) 
  • $150, any ONE (1) RiceSelect Product (21 ounces or larger)
  • $1.00, any ONE (1) Tom’s of Maine Product
  • $1.00, any ONE (1) Suja Juice, 12 oz.
  • $1.00, any ONe (1) Kite Hill Product
  • $1.00, any TWO (2) Kettle Chips (4 oz or larger)
  • $2,00, any THREE (3) Tasty Bite Products
  • $1.00, any ONE (1) Ruby Rocket’s Product
  • $2.00, any ONE (1) Enjoy Life Foods Product Over $3.00
  • $1.00 off any ONE (1) Hillary’s Eat Well product
  • $2.00, any ONE (1) Enjoy Life product
  • $1.00 off any ONE (1) Enjoy Life 4oz Plentils
  • $1.00, any TWO (2) Frontier Co-op Spices or Seasonings
  • $1.00, any TWO (2) Argo Tea bottled teas
  • $1.00, any ONE (1) bag of Alexia Potatoes or Onion Rings
  • $2.00, any TWO (2) Lightlife Items
  • $1.00, any ONE (1) Soyatoo or Viana item, excluding snack sausages


$1.00, off any 4.4oz SkinnyPop or 3.9oz SkinnyPack Popcorn

Sweet Earth 

Whole Foods

  • $3.00 off any two Tres Latin Foods products
  • $1.00 off any one Soyatoo! Whip Topping
  • $1.00 off any one Suja drinking vinegar
  • $1.00 off any two Just products
  • $1.00 off any one Earth Balance
  • $0.50 off any one 13 pk/1.2-oz bags 365 Everyday Value® Whole Cashews
  • $0.50 off any one 13 pk/1.2-oz bags 365 Everyday Value® Whole Almonds
  • And check out the Whole Foods App for even savings!

Rebate Apps


  • $1.00, Nayosoya TofuBaked
  • $1.00, Nayosoya Tofu, Noodles, Wraps
  • $1.00, Saffron Road Baked Lentil crackers or Simmer Sauces
  • $0.75, Saffron Road Baked Lentil chips
  • $0.50, Saffron Road Crunchy Chick Peas
  • $1.00, Sweet Earth Veggie Burger (combine with manufacturer coupon for even more savings!)
  • $1.00, Sweet Earth Functional Burritos (combine with manufacturer coupon for even more savings!)
  • $0.75, Hillary’s Eat Well Veggie Burgers
  • $0.25, Hail Merry Macaroons
  • $0.50, Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips

Cartwheel by Target

  • 40% off, Flatout Flatbreads
  • 30%, Way Better Snacks
  • 25% off, Ritz/ Wheat Thins
  • 25% off, Suja drinking vinegar/ pressed juice or probiotic water
  • 25%, Nature’s Own Wheat Buns
  • 20%, Dave’s Killer Bread (Whole Grain)
  • 15% Morningstar Farms (8-12 oz varieties)
  • 10%, Chameleon Cold Brew
  • 10%, Avocados, Potatoes, or Onions

CheckOut51 (Join now and receive $5 off from refer/ earn!)

Ibotta (***Revamped app this month! Offers may vary based on store. I used Whole Foods and Target to find the following offers).

  • Various 3% cashback rebates from Amazon!
  • Launch Uber through Ibotta for $1.00 off every ride!
  • Produce/ Any:
    • $0.25, any item
    • $0.25, Peaches/ Limes
  • Pantry
    • $0.25, Pretzels
    • $0.50, Tostitos Chips
    • $0.50, Bob’s Red Mill Oatmeal Cups
    • $0.50, French’s Mustard
    • $0.50, Banza Chickpea pasta (8 oz.)
    • $0.50, Tabasco Family of Flavors
    • $0.75, Saffron Road Snacks
    • $1.00, RiceWorks Gourmet Rice Snacks
    • $1.00, Shearer’s Snacks
    • $1.00, Enjoy Life Products
    • $1.00, Tabasco
    • $1.00, Dave’s Killer Bread
    • $1.25, Dave’s Killer Bread Bagels
    • $1.50, Bob’s Red Mills grains
  •  Household
    • $0.25,  Any canned cat food


  • Whole Foods Market 365 Everyday Value Soup, Buy one; Get 1 50% off, Rustic Vegetable


  • $1.00, any Food Should Taste Good through August 31
  • $0.50, any GOYA Adobo Seasoning through September 4
  • $0.55, any GOYA Plantain Chips (5.5oz or larger) through September 4
  • $0.50, any two Larabars through August 31
  • $1.00, any Larabar Multipack through August 31


10 thoughts on “September Savings: Kite Hill, Sabra, Frontera, & More!

  1. I am always on the hunt for awesome deals! Your coupons are great! Thank you for sharing! BTW I am also very excited for fall and winter times, they are my favorite time of the year!!!

  2. I love having coupons and discounts because it means savings from shopping. It’s very helpful and convenient to have coupons and discounts in one place

  3. Rewards points! Nice, love collecting them, too. But I think Fetch Rewards is not available here in the Philippines. Anyway, I also use points that I earn from my credit card and telecoms. I think it’s practical since I can use them to pay for purchases and offset a portion of my bills.

  4. Ahh to bad I can only use those coupons in US, right? Would be great saving up some money by using easy coupons!

    I am mourning to for summer! But do love falls and then we could skip winter please?

  5. Whenever I’m shopping, my favorite motto is “If I can get a deal, it’s a steal!”. I’ve never heard of these rewards programs before but am definitely interested in checking out these food discounts, especially with the holidays (does Halloween count??) coming up!

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