The latest grocery rebate app to hit the digital world is Snap by Groupon!
I just used it for the first time today. It was easy to use, with high value offers and you don’t even need to scan the UPC code. (Insert “It’s a snap!” metaphor).
Here’s how Snap by Groupon works:
- Sign up for Snap here.
- Take a look at the Product Gallery for items that are on your shopping list.
- Purchase the items at any store (this is similar to Checkout51, however at Ibotta you must choose your store)
- Snap a photo of your receipt and upload it to Snap.
- After your receipt is verified, your payment will be added to your Snap account.
After accruing $20 in your Snap account, you can request a check!
A few more points to remember:
- Just like with the other rebate apps, because these are cash back offers, you can still use coupons as you normally would, to lower your out-of-pocket expense.
- When there is an identical offer on another grocery rebate app, it’s perfectly fine to double dip and score both rebates!
- Snap also has a great referral bonus! When you share Snap with your friends and they sign up with your link, you’ll get $1 for every referral after they complete their first offer!
- What does this have to do with Groupon? Aside from being a spinoff product, really nothing that I’ve found. You’ll need to sign up fresh and cannot sign up with your Groupon account.
Reading to give it a try? Sign up for Snap and try it out for yourself.
While you’re in a money-saving mood, be sure you’re also saving with Ibotta and Checkout51, and learn more here:
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If you missed my money-saving tips this morning on Indianapolis’ B105.7, here’s the rundown!
- A couple of decent printable coupons for Target and Staples. If you still have your ads from your Sunday Star, be sure to grab your Target ad and on the back is a $10 coupon off a $50 grocery purchase. And if you’re signed up for emails from Staples, they released a $5 off $30 purchase coupon which is great for last minute school supplies or classroom donations. And as these are both store coupons be sure to have all your manufacturer coupons to stack with it
- And you may be familiar with Ebates cash back rewards program, but there’s another lesser known one that I just learned about, and guess what – the owner is right here in Fishers! It’s called Sunshine Rewards, and you can earn cash back on purchases that you make when shopping online, as well as completing surveys and more.
- Macy’s has a new tool to manage your Macy’s coupons and payment options, it’s called My Wallet.
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How many times a week do you pop into Target?
Do you run errands on your lunch hour – quick shopping trips, or maybe to make a few returns?
Earn rewards when you walk into your favorite store. Even without purchasing a thing.
There’s an app for that.
It’s called Shopkick.
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