These days reward programs are everywhere you turn. The problem with that is that they are often confusing or take forever to see any incentive. The Jingit app makes earning rewards and getting cash back so easy! While this is a sponsored post on behalf Jingit, this is actually an app that I have been using for over a year – I just love when I am hired to help spread awareness about stuff that I already love! With Jingit, you just shop at your favorite retailers for your favorite products and get cash back. That’s right, there are no points or tickets or sweepstakes entries – you earn simply by shopping and scanning your receipts when you’ve purchased items that qualify.
Downloading the Jingit app is easy, and it’s available for your smartphone on iOS or Android. You can sign up through the app or online, and both are simple registrations. Once you are registered, you just sign in on your phone and you can start saving right away. I’ve been using Jingit for a long time, so I already have cash saved up! You can always see how much you’ve earned in your Wallet.
From the home screen of the app, you see all the available stores where you can shop. There are plenty to choose from! Select your store and check out the list of qualifying merchandise by department.
Labor Day is coming up and there is a section for products geared around this family-oriented holiday. Most people look at Labor Day as the last grilling day of the season so it’s no surprise that items to earn cash back on are those such as hamburgers, buns, and chips.
The earning opportunities with Jingit are extensive. You can shop and redeem offers for all your regular grocery and home essential purchases. Back to School and Dorm Life are other popular categories for hot offers. With Jingit, you can also earn just by checking in at your favorite stores and scanning bar codes of your favorite products! It’s an easy way to earn even if you aren’t buying everything that is on their offers list. Jingit will even offer you personalized offers to up your earning potential!
Redeeming an offer is almost effortless. Simply select the products you plan on buying and “reserve” the offer. You then have 24 hours to scan your receipt to redeem. If you have any questions on what qualifies for the offer, there’s a small information “i” in the lower right corner of each item. This opens full details on each offer. In case you forget which items you’ve reserved, you can easily toggle to the Shopping List section for a quick reminder.
One of the features of Jingit that I really love is that they offer savings on non-branded items. For instance, I recently purchased milk, bread and eggs at Publix, our local grocery store chain. Many savings programs require you to buy a certain brand in order to save money – not Jingit! Along with branded items, they offer savings on generic staples like milk, bread, butter and eggs! There is also a very simple tutorial in the scanning process that helps you along the way, which makes it very easy to scan your receipts and take advantage of each offer.
You can also take advantage of additional earning opportunities, like earning cash for watching videos and taking a small survey at the end.
I recently misplaced a $60 gift card to a salon. I gave them a call and to my dismay, there wasn’t anything they could do for me. Their system shows a gift card was issued, but they need the physical card to process any transactions. The great thing about Jingit is that it safely and securely stores my currency within my mobile wallet – so that I can never lose it! The brains behind Jingit are hard at work to install an update that will allow users to transfer their earnings directly into their bank account. Sweet!
What items do you buy every week that you’d love to earn cash back on?
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf Jingit.