SnapSaves Lets Canadians Redeem Coupons For Cash Back on iPhone [Review]


Coupons have never been more popular than they are today. The proof is in the reality TV shows that are dedicated to the illustrate their use… to the EXTREME! SnapSaves adds to this craze by giving you digital coupons that earn you some cash back and save you from fiddling with paper while you stand at the checkout.

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SnapSaves is easy to use and has new offers each week

New offers appear on SnapSaves every Wednesday and are available until they expire or while quantities last. Additional deals also appear throughout the week. To redeem one of these offers you have to take a picture of your whole receipt (you can add sections if your receipt is long), select which offer(s) you’re redeeming with the receipt, then submit your receipt and it should be processed and credited to your SnapSaves account within 48 hours. Once you have $20 in your account you can have a cheque mailed to you. If you’ve been using Checkout51 this process will very familiar as the only differences between SnapSaves and Checkout51 are their deals and their colour palettes.

I believe using SnapSaves will definitely payoff with little hassle. Although, I’ve only redeemed a dollar my experience thus far has been positive. I had no trouble photographing a very long receipt, and my receipt was processed and my account was credited in less than 24 hours over the weekend.

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Tap a deal to learn more about the product and claim them to get some cash back

SnapsSaves and Checkout51 both have new deals on familiar products each week that will earn you some cash back. You can download both for free from the App Store. Then, tell us about your experience redeeming offers on either SnapSaves or Checkout51.



  • Pfft

    Wow then this company can sell lists of what people buy to other companies and spy on our consuming habits! Very clever!

  • PDS

    Sounds identical to Checkout 51 which you mentioned on here a few months ago. I have been using Checkout 51 and already redeemed $20.00 worth of coupons. However, the coupons now just seem to be a rehash of previous offerings.

  • xxxJDxxx

    Yep. I started using checkout 51 a few months ago. The offers dont seem to be as good as they used to and there seems to be more limited quantity offers that run out fast. I have gotten $20 back though so far and am working toward another 20.

  • jfmartel

    Another not available in Quebec…

  • Marc

    That’s Quebec’s fault, not the company’s. If Quebec stopped being so dead set on leaving Canada, and loosened a lot of their ridiculous regulations, they’d be able to take part in more things like this.