UK Cashback brand Quidco will roll out its new ClickSnap service this week.
Hot on the heels of TopCashback’s similar sounding online facility, ‘Snap & Save’, Quidco’s new service offers money back on individual products bought in supermarkets.
Ahead of ClickSnap’s official launch this Thursday, A4u has been looking into the new offering.
The maximum saving available is £88 per three-week cycle and the principle is still the same as TopCashback’s – where users take photos of their receipt and get cashback on specific products purchased in a supermarket.
Example Quidco offers include £5 cashback when buying two Heineken or Kronenbourg 12/15pk bottles, or £2 cashback when buying two boxes of coke.
ClickSnap spokesman Paul Lees said ClickSnap has been undergoing ‘extensive testing’ with a closed group of Quidco members since November last year.
He said it is thanks to the great feedback it received, that the brand is now ready to roll it out to shoppers that are keen to earn cashback on grocery items.
"Though our product may be compared to others in the marketplace, we provide a more inclusive service with a wider range of offers,” Lees said.
Lees, who stressed that retail continues to be a challenging sector in 2013 as high street stores battle for the buyer, said ClickSnap is an extension of its wider in-store offering, which already includes a mobile phone app and in-store cashback programme.
Quidco also says the new feature has 'the greatest number of deals', with 36, each redeemable three times per member.
ClickSnap will officially launch this Thursday.