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Ibotta and OneCard



Earn cash for shopping at Homeland with your One Card and Ibotta. Download and connect the free Ibotta app with your One Card and get cash (yes, real cash) for buying your favorite products. Download the app from the Apple Store or Google Play. Visit for more information. Get smart. Get paid.

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Oklahoma City Thunder Sponsors

Homeland, Presenting Partner of Thunder Fit….for the promotion of Healthy Eating, Nutrition, and Exercise!

Click the picture below to see photos and videos of the latest Thunder Fit Clinics and to learn more about the program! Screen shot 2011-08-02 at 1.10.23 PM

Be sure to keep up to date on all your Oklahoma City Thunder news.


To read more about Homeland’s involvement with
the Thunder out in the community visit the Thunder’s Community page!
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OU Sports Sponsors

Homeland is proud to be the official grocery sponsor of OU Athletics and is proud to feature University of Oklahoma merchandise in selected stores. We are your Sooners “Tailgate Headquarters” for all of your favorite University of Oklahoma sporting events. Head to Homeland for your pregame supplies and a chance to win Sooners tickets!

Automatically enter to win an OU Prize Package every time you shop using your One Card!

Homeland is proud to be the official sponsor of University of Oklahoma football and the Red River Rivalry. We take pride in helping keep Oklahoma college sports thriving. Be sure to keep up to date on all your Oklahoma Sooners news.

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OSU Sports Sponsors

Homeland is proud to be the official grocery sponsor of Cowboy Sports and is proud to carry cowboys merchandise in selected stores. We are your “Tailgate Headquarters” for all your Oklahoma State University sporting events. Head to Homeland for your pregame supplies and a chance to win game tickets!

Automatically enter to win tickets just by scanning your One Card when you shop!

Congratulations to Sally Wallace of Woodward, Oklahoma on winning a Sugar Bowl prize package for shopping using her One Card! Sally won two tickets to the Sugar Bowl to watch Oklahoma State take on Ole Miss on New Year’s Day! Sally also won a two night hotel stay in New Orleans and a $500 Visa gift card for travel expenses. Go Pokes!

Keep up to date on all OSU football news.

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Seasonal Promotions

Stocking Your Storm Shelter

You already know how important it is for every homeowner to consider installing a storm shelter. What many people forget, though, is that stocking the shelter with the necessary food, water and supplies is just as essential. If the shelter is left empty, then it probably won’t provide enough protection after a storm has passed. It’s fairly simple – and very smart – to stock your storm shelter with food, water, and living essentials to make sure your family is prepared to weather both a storm and its aftermath. Click here for more


Winter Preparedness

Are you ready for Oklahoma’s unpredictable cold weather season? Here are some basic tips to help prepare for extreme cold, snow and ice.


You can avoid many dangerous winter travel problems by planning ahead. Have maintenance service on your vehicle as often as the manufacturer recommends. In addition, every fall, do the following:

  • Check the antifreeze level. Add antifreeze as needed.
  • Replace windshield-wiper fluid with a wintertime mixture.
  • Replace any worn tires, make sure the tires have adequate tread, and check the air pressure in the tires.
  • During winter, keep the gas tank at least half full to help avoid ice in the tank and fuel lines.
  • Keep an emergency kit in your car in the event of a breakdown!!! Things like a blanket, flashlight, extra gloves or winter coat, matches, bottled water or even a snow shovel can all come in handy if stranded or broken down in winter weather.


  • Listen to weather forecasts. Okies know that the weather can change on a dime, but weather forecasts can sometimes provide us with several days notice of severe winter weather.
  • Check your emergency supplies, especially when extreme cold is predicted.
  • Have your chimney or flue inspected each year.
  • Install a smoke detector and a battery-operated carbon monoxide detector. Test the batteries each month and replace them twice a year.
  • Weatherproof your home. Cover outdoor faucets and vents. Check weather stripping on doors and windows. Cut any tree branches that could potentially fall on your home.
  • Install storm windows or cover windows with plastic from the inside.
  • Keep Ice Melt or kitty litter on hand for icy sidewalks and driveways.
  • ALWAYS Bring your pets indoors during the winter.

Click here for a winter preparedness checklist, and check out the great winter deals at your local Homeland!

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