Grocery Cashback Deals from Checkout51, Zweet, Snap &!

4 June 2015


Each week, we take a look at all the main grocery cashback providers in Canada and nosey through the deals to see what goodies there are available. Sometimes we spot free products, sometimnes we spot great dollar amounts in cashback. Here’s a quick roundup of some of the top Canadian cashback offers this week!

There are plenty more to choose from, but here are just some of Checkout 51’s top offers this week:

  • Clairol Nice N'Easy or Root Touch Up: $2 cash back
  • Dawn dish soap: $0.50 cash back
  • Various Schneiders Chicken Sausages: $1 cash back
  • 2x Folgers Ground Coffee: $3 cash back
  • Tide Pods: $1 cash back
  • Kellogg's Rice Krispies Gluten Free Cereal: $1.50 cash back
  • Pantene shampoo & conditioner products: $1 cash back

(These expire at 11:59 PM on Wednesday, June 10, 2015)

Here is a selection of offers from Snap by Groupon this week:

  • Any 3x Delissio Pizzeria Vintage: $5 cash back
  • 1x Delissio Pizzeria Vintage: $1 cash back
  • Any paper towel: $0.25 cash back
  • Scrubbing Bubbles items: $2 to $2.50 cash back
  • 2x Huggies baby wipes: $2 cash back
  • Pull-ups training pants: $5 cash back
  • Rich’s Wishes Ice Cream Cupcakes: $2 cash back

(Various expiry dates on these and may run out too)

This week at Zweet, you can get:

  • 1x liter of any brand milk: $0.25 cash back
  • Garnier Ombrelle Sun Care: $3 cash back
  • 2x Michelina’s products: $0.50 cash back
  • 2x Wernli cookies: $1.75 cash back
  • Apetina Feta Cheese: $0.75 cash back
  • Pedigree Dry dog food: $0.75 cash back
  • St Michel Cookies: $0.75 cash back

(Expiry various)

Over at grocery cash back, here is a selection of some of their offers:

Pears liquid or bar soap: $0.50 cash back

  • Lilydale chicken/turkey: $1 cash back
  • Alokozay Tea: $1 cash back
  • Otrivin congestion relief: $3 cash back
  • 2x Ritter Sport 100g bars: $1 cash back
  • Maille products: $1 cash back

(Expires: unknown)

How do you best make use of the grocery cash back offers? Do you make a shopping list of the above items, making sure you pick up the correct sizing and brand, in-store? There are some brands mentioned above that I frequently use, so it can be very handy!

TOPICS:   Grocery

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