There’s a new site that just launched that will help you save money on groceries! Checkout 51 is unlike any other site I have seen. They don’t offer coupons or ways for you to save at the store. Instead, each week they release a new list of products and if you purchase any of the items on the list you will earn cold hard cash!
Some of the deals that are currently available are included in the image above. Items like Halls and RoC skincare products can be found at Target or your local drug or grocery store
The list of new offers updates every Thursday morning. After you go to the store all you need to do is upload a copy of your receipt to the site (I recommend using their smartphone app) and you’ll get a check once you hit $20! The best part? YES, you CAN use coupons on applicable products in addition to receiving cash back!
These tips will help you make the most of Checkout 51:
- Offers are available in limited quantities. Please check your offer list before you go shopping to ensure that the offer is still available, and upload the receipt immediately after purchase to avoid disappointment.
- A quantity of (1) of each offer is eligible for cash back per member.
- Each receipt can only be used once.
- We can only give cash back for the exact product listed, so please read carefully.
- You are permitted to use Checkout 51 cash back offers with any other coupon or discount unless otherwise stated.
- Products must be purchased in your country of registration. We currently support the United States (excluding Puerto Rico) and Canada (excluding Quebec).
- Receipts submitted must be in English.
- Items purchased from online retailers are eligible for cash back. Packing slips are accepted as proof of purchase. Online purchases are subject to the same submission timelines as receipts.
Checkout 51 appears to be fairly easy to use. (I’ve registered for an account but haven’t uploaded a receipt yet.) As for how the site works, my guess is that some brands are fueling this site as an alternative to traditional coupons and whatnot and putting the savings right back in the shopper’s pockets. I am sure eagle eyes will be able to use the site to cut their grocery bills even further, especially as long as generic items like strawberries and milk stay on the list!