In just seven months, SnapnSave have already handed back over R250 000 in cash to their users, with some users earning over R2000 already.
“Times are tough for all South Africans. Here is a new, fun and convenient way of making your Rands go further. After all, we’re giving you cash back for something you do anyway (your shopping).” says SnapnSave’s head of Marketing, Alex Band.
Forget about traditional crumpled paper coupons or plastic loyalty cards. If you can snap a photo of your till slip, then you can get big savings using SnapnSave. It’s that easy. SnapnSave allows you to buy the items on offer at any major retailer in South Africa, meaning you choose where you want to shop for your items
Once your till slip has been uploaded, SnapnSave credits your e-wallet with the cash you are owed. You can then spend this cash at specified stores across South Africa, just like real cash. The process is easy and you can earn up to R350 cash back per month. Not bad considering what the average grocery shopping trip costs.
“Mobile-based coupons are part of the daily shopping habits of Europeans and Americans. Now we’re seeing this trend in emerging markets such as India and Nigeria. So, why not in South Africa? We love saving money too,” says SnapnSave CEO, Mark Bradshaw.
According to a recent study, 13% of smarphone users in South Africa have already used a mobile coupon, with this number forecasted to grow to 50% in the next two years. SnapnSave is setting the cashback trend with near on 100 000 app downloads in six months.
For more information, visit www.snapnsave.co.za
or download the free mobile app from the Android or Apple app stores. Alternatively, connect with them on Facebook
or on Twitter
using the #SNAPnSAVE hashtag.