Get Paid 1p (possibly 76p) To Eat A Pack of Jammie Dodgers (140g) - 49p @ Morrisons / 50p @ Asda/Tesco. Claim 50p Cashback via the Shopitize App = 1p Profit... Claim upto an additional 75p cashback via Checkoutsmart /Clicksnap Apps...
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Get Paid 1p (possibly 76p) To Eat A Pack of Jammie Dodgers (140g) - 49p @ Morrisons / 50p @ Asda/Tesco. Claim 50p Cashback via the Shopitize App = 1p Profit... Claim upto an additional 75p cashback via Checkoutsmart /Clicksnap Apps...

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Found 16th Jul 2014
Morrisons Jammie Dodgers are 49p...

Claim 50p cashback via The Shopitize App = 1p profit until 29th July 2014...

CheckoutSmart / Clicksnap users claim an additional 25p for uploading your receipt = 26p profit until 21st July 2014

Checkoutsmart / Clicksnap users claim an additional 50p on a £5+ spend = 76p profit until 21st July 2014

Checkoutsmart / Clicksnap cashback offers can only be used once...

Offer is available in store and online

Price Comparison:

- 80p @ Ocado
- £1.15 @ Waitrose or 2 for £1.50

Hope you all enjoy this yummy favourite...

18 Comments

Damn you posted it first

Original Poster

anthony14

Damn you posted it first

I'll leave it for you next time mate...

KiKai

I'll leave it for you next time mate...



Banned

Can't use multiple cashback deals on one purchase.

trixabel

Can't use multiple cashback deals on one purchase.



You can ')

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Original Poster

trixabel

Can't use multiple cashback deals on one purchase.

You are starting to sound like a broken record, lol... I'll repeat myself once more just for you trixabel 'yes you can as long as you have not used them already'...

Longest title ever.

KiKai

You are starting to sound like a broken record, lol... I'll repeat myself … You are starting to sound like a broken record, lol... I'll repeat myself once more just for you trixabel 'yes you can as long as you have not used them already'...



One caveat is that you can't use both Quidco Clicksnap and Checkoutsmart on the same purchase as they are basically the same company.

Original Poster

PhoenixRising

One caveat is that you can't use both Quidco Clicksnap and Checkoutsmart … One caveat is that you can't use both Quidco Clicksnap and Checkoutsmart on the same purchase as they are basically the same company.

Exactly it is either or as they use the same system. Any receipts submitted to both will only be paid once...

KiKai

Exactly it is either or as they use the same system. Any receipts … Exactly it is either or as they use the same system. Any receipts submitted to both will only be paid once...


If you are right then they should be ashamed of themselves. It's a very underhanded practice, as to all intents and purposes, they say nothing to tell people they are the same company and that we cannot claim from both.

UPDATE:
I have been emailing them and they explained that the T&Cs on the website were different from both the "General Terms & Conditions" and the "Offer terms & conditions" that come with their deals.
It's no surprise if people misunderstand T&Cs when they have three sets of them.
Edited by: "jdbigguy" 18th Jul 2014

Original Poster

jdbigguy

If you are right then they should be ashamed of themselves. It's a very … If you are right then they should be ashamed of themselves. It's a very underhanded practice, as to all intents and purposes, they say nothing to tell people they are the same company and that we cannot claim from both.

They do actually mention it in their T&Cs...
Edited by: "KiKai" 18th Jul 2014

I've not known anyone to have both 25p for any spend and 50p for £5 spend on the same account. It is either / or, so you won't get the 76p you'll either get the 51p or the 26p. Unless, there are people who are actually get both deals, if so then who are you?

Also, with the 50p cashback, you had to reach £5 to get it, so you'd have to work out the percentage you got off all items not put the 50p on one item and claim it as a sole profit. Keep seeing loads of these make 50p profit, when in fact its probably more like 10p depending on what you have bought. People need to think about that when posting the 50p deal, as the 25p deal will work for one item purchased or if the item itself cost £5.

Original Poster

bright_star

I've not known anyone to have both 25p for any spend and 50p for £5 spend … I've not known anyone to have both 25p for any spend and 50p for £5 spend on the same account. It is either / or, so you won't get the 76p you'll either get the 51p or the 26p. Unless, there are people who are actually get both deals, if so then who are you?Also, with the 50p cashback, you had to reach £5 to get it, so you'd have to work out the percentage you got off all items not put the 50p on one item and claim it as a sole profit. Keep seeing loads of these make 50p profit, when in fact its probably more like 10p depending on what you have bought. People need to think about that when posting the 50p deal, as the 25p deal will work for one item purchased or if the item itself cost £5.

Fair point but there are people who have both cash back offers in one app. I've had them both before but do not at the moment. So 1p cashback from Shopitize is guaranteed. 26p cashback is guaranteed if you are using both Shopitize with either Checkoutsmart or Clicksnap depending on who is giving you that offer. 76p is also guaranteed if you are using Shopitize with either Checkoutsmart or Clicksnap depending on whether you have both offers in one app. Yes a £5 minimum spend applies for the 50p cashback, but if you are spending that amount or more anyway then why not take advantage. However you then decide to work out what you have saved where is your personal choice..
Edited by: "KiKai" 17th Jul 2014

I have still never seen this 25p upload one

Original Poster

Lyssie

I have still never seen this 25p upload one

Hopefully you will get that offer soon Lyssie...

KiKai

They do actually mention it in their Ts&Cs...



Yes you are right I have been emailing them and they explained that the T&Cs on the website were different from both the "General Terms & Conditions" and the "Offer terms & conditions" that come with their deals. It's no surprise if people misunderstand T&Cs when they have three sets of them.
Edited by: "jdbigguy" 18th Jul 2014

Original Poster

jdbigguy

Yes you are right I have been emailing them and they explained that the … Yes you are right I have been emailing them and they explained that the T&Cs on the website were different from both the "General Terms & Conditions" and the "Offer terms & conditions" that come with their deals. It's no surprise if people misunderstand T&Cs when they have three sets of them.

3 sets! No wonder people are confused...
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