Thursday, January 29, 2015

Join SnapIn Today!

I'm sure you've heard some chatter about SnapIn. And if you haven't I'll fill you in right now.

SnapIn is a new program that offers rebates to consumers in Israel. But you don't have to fill out any rebate forms or clip any "proof of purchase" labels! That makes it an amazing way to save some money! (Especially now that supermarket coupons seem to have disappeared.)

I'll explain how it works:

Instead of clipping coupons and then trying to be sure you remember to use it before it expires at the magic store that accepts it, with SnapIn you shop as usual, at any store you like - the supermarket, health food store, makolet...

After you shop, you take a picture of your receipt and upload it to SnapIn using their handy upload apps for your smartphone or PC (or you can send it by email). Please be sure to upload your receipts no later than 30 days after the purchase!

If you bought an item that qualifies for a rebate, they will credit your account! 

When your account accrues 100 shekels in rebates, you will receive a payment.

Want to know which items qualify for rebates?
As of today (Jan 29, 2015), the following items qualify. This could change, however.

Similac Comfort 
Similac Advance Plus
Nestle Fitness cereals and cereal bars
Yoplait yogurts
Emek 9% cheese
Specialty cheeses by Tnuva
Titulim Premium diapers
Pireus products (goat yogurt, cheeses, etc)

In addition, SnapIn promises a "Surprise" category of rebates, so even if you don't purchase the products on the list, you may qualify for a rebate!

It took me only a couple of minutes to submit receipts, and the payoff could be GREAT.

So what are you waiting for? Be sure to sign up for SnapIn TODAY, and start getting those great rebates!

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