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Buy the Sunday Times and a loaf of bread and get back R10

17 October 2017 - 16:41

Here's the good news: this Sunday, buy your print copy of the Sunday Times and a loaf of Sasko Premium Slices White Bread, then use the SnapnSave app to get back R10 cash!

This offer is valid on the weekends of October 20–22, October 27–29, November 3–5 and November 10–12.

You simply download the SnapnSave app, book the digital coupon, then snap a photo of your till slip to get your money.

How does SnapnSave work?

Locally developed and recently launched, SnapnSave is a free mobile and web application that pays cash to shoppers simply for snapping their till slip – and there's no catch.

“Getting cash back for your shopping has never been easier. We’ve got thousands of rands’ worth of offers on some of SA’s most-loved brands,” says SnapnSave CEO Mark Bradshaw.

Forget about crumpled paper coupons or plastic loyalty cards. If you snap a photo of your till slip, then you can get big savings using SnapnSave. It’s that easy.

Once your till slip has been uploaded, SnapnSave credits your e-wallet with the cash you are owed. You can then EFT your cash back straight into your bank. 

Click here to join or download the free mobile app from the Android or Apple app stores.

What to do after sign-up: 

How to book and snap coupons: 

The launch of SnapnSave comes in the wake of a surging global trend that will see more than 100-million Americans redeeming digital coupons this year, and more than 1-billion people globally expected to use digital coupons by 2019.

“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 Bradshaw.

Amid the ever-rising cost of living in South Africa, SnapnSave provides shoppers with a unique and easy way to make their hard-earned rands go further.

Follow SnapnSave on Twitter and share your thoughts using #SNAPnSAVE.