Buy Groceries - Get Cash Back with Checkout 51
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Buy Groceries – Get Cash Back with Checkout 51

Posted on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 at 11:00 am
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grocery checkout, extreme couponingLike it or not, we all have to go grocery shopping eventually. Many people use coupons to help bring down the cost of their grocery bill. Wouldn’t it be great if you could do your grocery shopping and get cash back? You can do that with Checkout 51. It is a money saving grocery app.

Checkout 51 helps you to save money on the brands that you love. The company is based on Toronto, Canada, and was founded by three entrepreneurs. They also have a team of people who are working behind-the-scenes on the Checkout 51 app.

The Checkout 51 app is available for free at the App Store. It requires iOS 6.0 or later and is compatable with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The app is also available at Google Play for Android users.

Every Thursday morning the Checkout 51 app updates with a brand new list of Cash Back offers. The first thing you should do is browse through that list. Doing so gives you a good idea of what products you can get cash back on. You may want to alter your grocery shopping list to include those brands.

You can buy the products on the Checkout 51 list of Cash Back offers from any store. It doesn’t matter which one you choose. You can use the app at your favorite grocery store if you want to. In other words, Checkout 51 is not tied to specific stores. This gives you complete freedom about where you want to shop.

Make sure that you hold on to your receipt after you check out. You will need that receipt in order to qualify for the cash back offer from Checkout 51. Use your phone to take a very clear and readable photo of your receipt. That receipt must be in either English or French. Send that photo of your receipt to Checkout 51.

When your receipt is processed, your account will be credited with Cash Back. You must accrue at least $20.00 before you can request a check. If you prefer, you can let your Cash Back credit accumulate beyond $20.00. It will be held in your Cash Back Credits balance until you request a check.

You check will be sent to you in the form of a physical check that is sent via regular mail from the Checkout 51 office in Toronto, Canada. Or, it could come from a payment intermediary. It is worth noting that you will be responsible for all taxes related to that reward.

Once you get started with Checkout 51, you are likely to want to continue using it. It is fairly easy to use, and you are going to have to go grocery shopping again anyway. Just make sure that you check the list of Cash Back offers every week and choose brands wisely.

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