If you’re looking for the best cash back receipt app in the UK then I have not one, but eight to share with you today. I use all eight of these receipt snapping apps to make extra cash at home from all my in-store spending.
Sometimes I scan my receipts on nearly all of the apps, if they qualify, to get the most cash value out of every single receipt!
Instead of looking for the best cash back app in the UK, use all of them to maximise your profits!
Read on to discover the apps that can turn your UK receipts into money.
8 apps that pay for your receipts
I have all of these cash back apps on my mobile and I use them as often as I can. Always remember to ask for a receipt when you make a purchase in store as you can get cash back on every UK receipt.
Some of these apps, like ZIPZERO, give you cash back on every single receipt.
Others have rules such as food purchases only or selected supermarkets only, so I’ll explain the rules below.
Every now and then, especially with food items, it’s possible to use almost all of these apps to get even more cashback!
Just yesterday I was able to scan my receipt on every single one except Shopmium. I’d purchased some Hippeas snacks which were listed as free to try and also half price on GreenJinn and CheckoutSmart, plus the supermarket food receipt could be snapped on Shoppix, Receipt Hog, Huyu, SnapMyEats and ZIPZERO!
I love it when that happens. What a bonus!
Shoppix is a UK receipt snapping app. As far as I can tell it accepts all UK receipts. There’s an extra bonus if you snap the receipt same day and regular short surveys to earn more credits that can be exchanged for PayPal cash.
Enter code 52YFMN8U for 200 extra tokens when you snap your first receipt! Sign up at https://www.shoppixapp.com/
2. Receipt Hog
This was the very first receipt snapping app I ever heard of and tried. Now I have loads of them! Receipt Hog lets you snap photos of your receipts in exchange for coins which can be exchanged for PayPal cash once you have enough.
Learn more from my blog post make money at home from receipts with Receipt Hog and Shoppix
Huyu is a supermarket receipt snapping app. You can snap receipts from major supermarkets and turn them into gift vouchers. I exchange my points for Tesco gift vouchers.
Learn more from my blog post: HuYu– earn gift cards with your supermarket receipts
This one is for UK food and drink receipts only. You earn a £1 Amazon voucher per 3 receipts to a maximum of £5. So snap 15 food and drink receipts in one calendar month to earn a £5 Amazon voucher.
See my full review here: SnapMyEats–Amazon gift vouchers in exchange for your food receipts
This is my new favourite! It gives 1% cash back on all UK receipts. This cash back can be used towards your household bills. Just add their details in the app and zip them down!
Find out more here: ZIPZERO app review: snap receipts to save money on household bills
This is a UK coupon app that has digital coupons for the supermarkets each week. They refresh on a Monday and if you buy any of the products then you can get the cash back by snapping your receipt. You can withdraw the cash back to your PayPal or bank account.
See my full review here: Save money at the supermarket with coupon app GreenJinn
Save money at the supermarket with Shopmium and their coupons. If you purchase an item featured on their app then simply snap your receipt, scan the product’s barcode and the cash back will be sent to your PayPal within a few days.
Use my referral link to get an item with 100% cashback in the app. As I type it’s free Ben and Jerry’s! Here it is: https://www.shopmium.com/uk/referral/46e3t
This is also a coupon app so you have to buy the exact products in the app to get the cashback. If you buy something then select which item you have bought from the correct retailer and snap your receipt. Once you have at least £5 cash back then you can withdraw. If you have under £20 you will be charged a small fee, so it’s best to wait until you have over £20 in cashback to avoid the fee and get all your cashback. They feature supermarkets, both online and in-store, plus loads of High Street retailers. Here’s their website: https://www.checkoutsmart.com/
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