It may seem improbable to receive money for purchasing items, but, actually, it’s a Snap.
Snap by Groupon pays users cash for purchasing featured goods each week at any retailer in the United States and Canada. The featured goods range from bread and milk to diapers and cleaning supplies.
“Snap is the latest way that we’re helping people discover new brands and save money on the things they buy every day,” Sean Smyth, vice president and general manager, Snap by Groupon, said in a press release. “We’re using the power of smartphones to make couponing easier and more convenient while paying people to shop.”
Following the purchase of a featured item, a user can take a picture of his receipt and upload it to accrue the cash back. After he amasses $20 in cash back, he is eligible to cash out. In addition, shoppers can use Snap to compile a grocery list and add featured products during the trip.
Bad grammar, good results.
@SnapSaves has anyone told u how awesome you are today? U R AWESOME!!
— tkm222 (@tkm222) August 2, 2014
Marie is so excited, she just couldn’t hide it.
@SnapbyGroupon I got my first cheque in the mail. So excited!
— Marie (@a_m_rs) September 17, 2014
That’s a lot of kale for $.13.
— Amanda Speer (@amandahspeer) October 16, 2014
Getting paid to eat candy…must be nice.
— AsianAdidasGirl (@AsianAdidasGirl) October 19, 2014