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Checkout 51 offers starting Thursday: Apples, Windex, Delimex, Bear Naked Granola, Lavazza coffee and more!

Posted April 2, 2014

 

These are the new offers for Checkout 51 that will be starting on Thursday, 4/3 including apples, Windex, Delimex, Bear Naked Granola, Lavazza coffee and more!

If you are new to Checkout 51, you will want to check out this digital coupon source that can be used in conjunction with paper coupons and other digital coupon programs!  You can see more details on how it works at the bottom of the deals list below. 

Head to Checkout 51.com HERE and log in to see your specific deals.

***We don't all get the same deals so verify which ones you got on your account before you go shopping. There is often a few additional deals available on the Thursday deals list so you definitely want to check the deals that are available specifically for you.  If you are new to this program, see more details below about how it works.

 

New offers valid 4/3 - 4/9:

Apples
Any variety of fresh apples.
Cash back $0.25

Buy 2: Delimex® products
Any variety. Items must appear on the same receipt.
Cash back: $1.00

PLEDGE® Multi Surface Everyday Cleaner
Any variety.
Cash back: $1.00

Windex® Multi-Surface
Any variety.
Cash back: $0.75

Windex® Touch-Up Cleaner
Any variety.
Cash back: $1.00

Glade® Wax Melts
Any variety.
Cash back: $0.50

Glade® Jar Candles
Any variety.
Cash back: $0.50

Glade® PlugIns® Scented Oil Customizables™ Starter Kit
Any Glade® Customizables™ Starter Kit.
Cash back: $2.00

Bear Naked Granola
12 oz or larger, any variety.
Cash back: $1.00

Select Lavazza Drip Coffees
Valid only on Gran Aroma, Classico, Gran Selezione, Perfetto blends.
Cash back: $2.50

Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom Cleaner
Any variety.
Cash back: $0.75

Scrubbing Bubbles® Fresh Brush® Starter Kit
Any aerosol.
Cash back: $1.50

Trans-Ocean Smoked Salmon
Any variety.
Cash back: $1.25

Trans-Ocean Crab Classic
Any variety.
Cash back: $1.00

all® laundry detergent
20 load or larger, any variety. Excludes trial sizes.
Cash back: $1.00

Submit a grocery store receipt for $60† or more for a chance to win $500
No purchase required. See all Contest details in the Official Rules on their website.

Checkout 51 Details

There is a new, free coupon source available called Checkout 51 that can be used in conjunction with paper coupons and other digital coupon programs!  You can use it with your smartphone or computer.

Here's how it works:

* Sign up on the Checkout 51 website HERE for free using your e-mail or Facebook info.

* Browse the available offers (and print out a list if you don't think you will remember them).

* Head to the store (any store) and buy the offers you want (like $1 cash back on ANY gallon of milk or .50 cash back on a package of Lenders bagels).

* Take a photo of your receipt and upload it to Checkout 51.

* Once they confirm your purchase, they will credit your account. I received credit for the 2 receipts I have submitted within 24 hours!

* When you accrue $20 in your Checkout 51 account, you can cash it out in the form of a check mailed to your address.

Additional information:

* This program is not store specific. You can buy the items at any store, which is a big bonus.

* New offers come out each Thursday and are available until the next Wednesday. You have to buy the participating product and submit the receipt during that week to get credit. Not everyone gets the same offers so make sure you log into your account to see what offers you received.

* There are a limited number of redemptions per item so make sure you submit the receipt as soon as possible so you can get the deal.

* You will be allowed to get cash back once for each offer.

* You CAN use Checkout 51 offers with paper coupons and other digital coupon sites like ibotta and SavingStar,com! I love that aspect of this program!

For many more details, check out the Checkout 51 help section. 

 

 

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  • privilegesrevoked Apr 2, 2014

    I guess I'm just not going to get all upset that someone gets a phone number, after all, we get all kinds of phone calls unsolicited all the time.
    Shoot, if I were paranoid, I wouldn't print coupons online, since they track that coupon to your specific internal mac (media access control) address on that specific computer. They know if I've printed a coupon already or not. Been doing it for years.
    Everything is digitally tracked now, your bank debit card every time you use it, your credit card the same, even your cellular phone creates a track.
    It is what it is :) In the meantime, I save an average of 75% on all my grocery purchasing, and to date, not a problem. I'll take the odds :)

  • rduwxboy Apr 2, 2014

    99% of their customers do it via app. They get your number that way. But even if they don't they still sell your private info. Look at spokeo, etc, other sites that show your personal information. This was on 60 minutes just a few weeks ago, and this place is not based in the United States so their is absolutely no retribution. Too many women are too bent on saving a few $$$$ that they're willing to give it up to foreign countries who sell it. This was on 60 minutes I doubt it was just made up. And on 60 minutes, they showed how this company gets the personal info of your kids and friends. You're a fool if you think your info is private. You gave up your privacy for a quick buck.

  • privilegesrevoked Apr 2, 2014

    Considering I have to take a photo of the receipt to get credited, I don't know how they get phone numbers.

  • rduwxboy Apr 2, 2014

    Yes they do. They collect data from places you shop, aggregate that data, and sell it.

  • privilegesrevoked Apr 2, 2014

    Checkout 51 does not get your mobile number or your home number.

  • rduwxboy Apr 2, 2014

    I find it timely that the Attorney General listed unsolicited phone calls as his #1 complaint. Many of the comments from people were "I never give out my mobile number or other information." Checkout 51 is one way that your personal information is released to 3rd parties. They say if they need to share your personal information, they will contact you. But they also say that your personal information is considered an asset, and therefore, they can sell it - which is legally different from sharing.

    "Personal Data may be part of the transferred assets..." Consistent with this Privacy Policy, we may also share your Personal Data with our affiliates." -Checkout 51

    There's your answer on sharing your personal information with just 1 company who is using a carrot for you to disclose your life.