couponing in the holy land

Frugal food shopping for the Anglo Israeli

Snap.in: the new way to “cut” coupons

Have you heard of Snap.in? It is Israel’s version of the latest way to NOT clip coupons.  Basically, you go to their web site or download their app from iTunes or Google Play to see what deals they have.  Go to any store you want- big, small, or in between and purchase any of the products listed.  Within seven days of purchase, photograph the receipt and send it to Snap.in.  Every time you get to 100 shekels, you get the cash directly deposited to your bank account or they will mail you a check. This is all the rage in the US now- check out apps such as ibotta, Checkout 51, and Snap by Groupon.  They work they same way as Snap.in but have a lower threshold for sending out the cash and some have the ability to send the cash through PayPal.  So far I haven’t gotten to 100 shekels yet, but I will update you how it goes.  I think it is a great idea for those of us who forget their coupons at home (or HATE to print them) or are not loyal to a particular supermarket.  It doesn’t cost anything to join and I did not have to give my bank account information to get an account.

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