It’s only the beginning of November, but there’s already too much month left at the end of the money. Isn’t that always the case, though? It feels like every month prices are going up, and our budget has to stretch further than before. One of the ways we’re trying to be more frugal is by using SnapnSave, a nifty app that I’d seen mentioned on social media, but only signed up for last month.
What is SnapnSave? you ask. It’s a free app whereby you earn cash back just by doing your grocery shopping. The cashback is stored in your Snapnsave wallet until you choose to redeem it. The best part is you can choose where you want to spend it too.
I earned R100 the first month, but I’m going to wait until there’s enough in my SnapnSave wallet to cover a whole week’s worth of groceries.
I love how easy the app is to use. You book the items you want, then choose the shop, snap a picture of your till slip, and wait to be credited. New offers are loaded on Fridays, and there is the occasional midweek offer as well.
I will confess to buying something purely because there’s a cashback attached. (Ahem, Oreos, I’m looking at you.)
I’m also impressed with the SnapnSave customer service. Queries are responded to very quickly, and when there was an issue with an item I’d booked, the cashback was manually credited to me.
And now for the good news:
If you sign up to SnapnSave using my promo code “windinaletterbox” then SnapnSave will give you an immediate credit of R10 in your wallet. Go on. You know you want to.
(I feel I need to disclose that if you use my referral link, I also get R5. You’ll literally be putting food on my table. So please sign up.)
Do you use SnapSave?