By MoneySavingExpert's Coupon Kid, Jordon Cox
If you’re shopping in store at Asda this weekend, there’s a smart way you can get £9.03 worth of goods for £4.28 by using a cashback app.
To do it, download the mobile cashback app ‘CheckoutSmart’ on your phone, buy the specific products with cashback offers on, then take a picture of the receipt via the app to get your money back into your account. If you’re totally new to cashback apps – see how they work in my cashback apps blog.
If you’re going to buy/need any of these products, then you might as well take advantage of the cashback offers – just be careful you buy the exact size of product in the offer or you won’t get any money back. Though do note cashback is never guaranteed, so think of it as a bonus on things you were going to buy anyway.
Here are offers that you can get:
– 60p Yazoo milkshakes (4 pack) – Currently £1.60 and you can claim £1 cashback with CheckoutSmart, which makes them 60p. The cashback offer expires Tue 14 Mar.
– 75p Richmond Perfect Bake pork sausages (8 pack) – Currently £2 (norm £2.50) and you can get £1.25 cashback with CheckoutSmart, which makes them 75p. The cashback offer expires Tue 14 Mar.
– 75p Veetee rice, various flavours (280g) – Currently £1 and you can claim 25p cashback with CheckoutSmart, which makes it 75p. The cashback offer expires Tue 14 Mar.
– 98p Homepride plain/self-raising flour (1kg) – Currently £1.48 and you can claim 50p cashback with CheckoutSmart, which makes it 98p. The cashback offer expires Tue 14 Mar.
– £1.20 Moma plain porridge sachets (325g) – Currently £2.45 and you can claim £1.25 cashback through CheckoutSmart which makes it £1.20. The cashback offer expires Tue 14 Mar.
Important: If you do buy all these items, the total amount of cashback will be £4.25, but the minimum withdrawal from your cashback account is £5, and anything withdrawn under £20 will be subject to a 5% withdrawal fee – so you’ll need to keep using the app to get the most from it.
Don’t shop at Asda?
If you don’t shop at Asda, you’re in luck. CheckoutSmart can be used at all major supermarkets, with different offers available at each – so be sure to check for offers at your supermarket before going. You might find the odd individual item cheaper elsewhere, but this blog is aimed at helping people who were going to shop in Asda anyway to save money. I’m doing these at different supermarkets each week, so make sure you check back next weekend.
And of course, this blog is for people who usually buy branded items – you can often save more by buying non-branded products. And don’t forget, there are more than 100 other coupons to print on our coupons page so it’s worth a look before doing your weekly shop.