Get Paid for Buying Groceries in Canada

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Saturday, March 04, 2017

If your household is like mine you are always looking for ways to cut back on the ever growing expenses it seems families have. Groceries are something that is a necessity and if you want to feed your family good healthy food the price can really climb. I personally always try to buy store brand or no name brand products when I can but sometimes picking those lower price products you are sacrificing on taste.

Some of the ways you can buy those name brand products and save money are with Couponing Apps, all you need to do is take a picture your receipt and a cheque will come to you in the mail. It’s that easy and no clipping.

 

Checkout 51

This is a very easy app to use with a very long list of products that offer rebates. The list of offers is updated every Thursday morning. All you need to do is upload your receipt, select the products you purchased and then when you hit $20 you receive a cheque in the mail.

 

Zweet

Zweet is very similar to Checkout 51, snap a picture of your receipt, selected purchase products and once you get to the $20 mark you get a cheque in the mail. The big difference is the Zweet point you receive by taking short surveys and by the different products you by. You can redeem your points for gift cards, products, and trips.

 

Caddle

Caddle not only gives you cash back on your uploaded receipt but they also give you cash for your engagement in ads and questionnaires. Cheques are mailed out once your account reaches $20.

 

My favourite part of all these apps is that you occasionally get money back for fresh produce and dairy products. These are items that you rarely see printed coupons for and is something that you buy every week. All of these apps are free and available from the apple store and the play store.

 

Please feel free to comment on your personally favourite coupon apps.

Happy Saving!

 

March 4, 2017
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