If you have a smartphone capable of downloading apps then you can start saving yourself some serious cash each week.
That’s exactly how I use my smartphone.
It’s filled with money saving apps (and money making apps) to improve my finances every single week.
You can get budgeting apps, auto save apps, cash back apps and even in-store cashback apps such as CheckoutSmart.
I’ve shared a few apps like CheckoutSmart before on my blog, so you may not be a stranger to the concept of receipt cashback apps. Either way, read on to learn more about making money back with CheckoutSmart.
What is CheckoutSmart?
CheckoutSmart is a smartphone app that gives you cashback on certain products in supermarkets and many other stores too.
To qualify for the cashback you simply need to buy the items listed on the app on the day they are on offer.
Then, upload your receipt to the app as proof of purchase, they’ll verify the purchase, and voila.
Cash back in your pocket!
CheckoutSmart payment threshold
You need to earn at least £5 cashback with CheckoutSmart before you can withdraw your earnings.
It’s also a good idea to wait until you’ve earned £20 as withdrawals are then free. Anything under £19.99 will be charged a 5% transfer fee.
Usually I cash out right away on these sorts of apps, as you never know if they may disappear one day along with your earnings.
But right now, I am saving up to the £20 in CheckoutSmart to avoid the cashing out fee.
Where can I get cashback on CheckoutSmart?
On this supermarket cashback app, the list of retailers is almost never-ending!
At the time of writing, these are the stores you can find cashback offers at:
- B&M Bargains
- Bargain Booze
- Heron Foods
- Holland & Barrett
- Lloyds Pharmacy
- Maltsmiths’ Pubs
- Marks & Spencer
- One Stop
- Pets at Home
- The Food Warehouse
- Today’s / Day Today
- WH Smith
- Whole Foods
- The Range
If you live in England or most of the UK, then it’s likely you are going to shop in at least one of these places!
And if so, then you could be missing out on saving money on your purchases if you’re not already using CheckoutSmart.
I now make it a habit to check CheckoutSmart, GreenJinn and Shopmium before heading to the supermarket for our weekly shop.
I might then choose a snack or plant-based milk, for example, that’s on offer on the app, instead of what I might have been planning to buy.
Sometimes you can even get items for free and therefore 100% cashback, so it’s always worth checking these apps for freebies too!
Examples of CheckoutSmart cashback offers
Are ClickSnap and CheckoutSmart the same?
You may already have the ClickSnap app which has exactly the same offers as CheckoutSmart.
The difference is Clicksnap is linked to cashback site Quidco and the money will be added to your Quidco account.
If you’d rather be able to withdraw your money directly to your bank or PayPal then use CheckoutSmart. If you want it to go to your Quidco balance then opt for the ClickSnap app instead.
CheckoutSmart is another great app that can save you money on your in-store purchases. By using it in conjunction with other receipt snapping apps and cashback apps, you can really maximise your savings and get more money back in your wallet!
Sign up at https://www.checkoutsmart.com/register
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