I’m very excited to share with you a new (to me) money saving app this morning: Checkout 51. This app works for both US shoppers, and those from Canada — so I know a lot of my Canadian readers are going to be excited to hear that!
Like Ibotta, Checkout 51 is a quick way to save money with your smartphone. It’s even easier than clipping coupons, and takes less time, too!
Plus, unlike Ibotta, with Checkout 51, you can actually save money even if you don’t have a smart phone (although it is a tiny bit quicker with a smart phone).
Here’s how it works:
- Sign up for Checkout 51
- Browse their list of rebate offers — their list refreshes Thursday mornings with a new list of offers (and the previous week’s list expires).
- Buy the products at any store, but be sure to confirm that the offer is still available (since many are limited quantities). This is one of the big changes from Ibotta, which works with a set list of stores. In fact, with Checkout 51, you can even get credit for products ordered online, since packing slips are accepted as proof of purchase!
- Upload your receipt using the free app or via your computer. There are photo-taking tips on their Checkout 51 website, as blurry or unclear photos will be rejected.
- Once you hit $20 in your balance account, Checkout 51 will cut you a check! Simple as that.
Plus, if you sign up for Checkout 51 now, they’ll give you added $2 bonus when you upload your first grocery receipt (of $20 or more).
Check it out — I’m eager to hear what you think!
Want to save even more? Here are all my favorite Money Saving Apps.
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