ALDI shoppers could get some big savings on their groceries just by downloading one app that the store uses to give cashback to customers that buy certain products.
While there are plenty of apps that track shopping trends and give rewards for certain amounts spent, Aldi recommends Checkout 51 because customers can submit receipts for non-brand specific items like produce.
Common products like pet food, bottled drinks, and cleaning products could earn app users up to four dollars back for each product.
To use the app once downloading it, shoppers can check the offers list that’s updated each Thursday with new deals. You can add your favorite offers to your shopping list.
Once you’re done shopping, hit “redeem” and check off the items that you bought so that the system knows what to look for on your scanned receipt.
After selecting the offers you’d like to use, use the app’s built-in camera to take clear, readable pictures of the receipt.
Once the system approves the receipt, your account is credited with Cash Back.
Customers can cash out when they hit $20 worth of cashback, and Checkout 51 mails you a check.
Checkout 51 Cash Back can be used in addition to other coupons or discounts unless otherwise stated — meaning that even more savings could be possible.
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The app is popular at Aldi, but shoppers can use it with other brands as well — a new addition even allows app users to save money at the pump.
Checkout 51 can be used at over 5,000 participating gas stations, according to their website.
According to an Aldi worker, there’s another way to get the best deals at the store depending on the day of the week.
Plus, we share the best moves you can make at Aldi for your pantry and your wallet.
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