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5+ Fetch Rewards Referral Codes

Fetch is a shopping app where users can get free gift cards from their favorite retailers by snapping receipts.

The app allows users to shop anywhere and earn points on every receipt, including grocery stores, gas stations, and restaurants.

It also offers additional rewards for online purchases from popular retailers like Amazon and Walmart.

With Fetch, users can unlock hundreds of personalized offers, choose their favorite rewards, and make donations.

The app encourages social connections and competition with friends and offers daily rewards.

This list contains Fetch Rewards referral codes (fetch.com) to get a sign-up bonus of 2,000 to 4,300 points.

How to use a Fetch referral link

  1. Use this referral link and install the Fetch app.
  2. Open Fetch and create a new account.
  3. Tap on the “Account” tab and select “Refer a friend”.
  4. Enter “SUPPORT” as the referral code.

How to find your Fetch referral link

  1. Open the Fetch app.
  2. Tap on the “Account” tab.
  3. Tap on “Refer a friend”.
  4. Your referral code is shown in bold.

Fetch Rewards referral codes

Fetch Rewards referral code: SUPPORT

You can redeem the code by clicking one of the links above.

When you sign up using one of the links above, you’ll get one or more rewards.

You’ll get 2,000 to 4,300 points as a bonus by signing up using one of the links above.

New Fetch Rewards referral codes will be added to the list in the future.

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