Get money back on your grocery shop with Snap&Save and ClickSnap
Cashback is a wonderful thing, isnt it? We buy something that we want and we then get a chunk of that cash back to
waste spend on something else.
Those who are familiar with cashback will know that cashback can be claimed for making online purchases at participating retailers but do you know that two of the biggest cashback sites in the UK now offer cashback for grocery purchases made online and also instore? Let me explain...
ClickSnap is the new feature from Quidco which allows you to get money back on your grocery purchases made online or even instore. If you buy an item that is featured in their eligible product list you can claim cashback after making the purchase. To do this you need to snap and upload a photo of your receipt and ClickSnap will automatically review your online order or uploaded receipt and pay you the sum of cashback available for those eligible products.
You can shop at Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys, Ocado, Waitrose and Morrisons but make sure you review the terms for each product as some exclude certain supermarkets and some only include instore purchases.
At the moment ClickSnap is offering a whopping £5 cashback on a 300g box of Ferrero Rocher which might be worth checking out. It is also worth noting that offers can be redeemed up to 3 times instore or online.
The TopCashback equivalent is called Snap & Save and includes the same supermarkets with the addition of The Co-Operative, M&S Food and Iceland.There is a list of eligible offers and details of how much cashback is available for each product.
It seems from the Topcashback website that each item needs to be redeemed individually but you can submit a cashback request on the move via their official app which could make this much easier than having to wait to go home to then scan and upload your receipt. The best offer currently available from Topcashback seems to be (according to its popularity over at HotUKDeals) £2 cashback from a £10 petrol spend.
Is this new cashback initiative something that will make you tailor your shopping list in order to benefit from some money back or do you think it is too much hassle for saving just a few pounds?