The Ultimate Caddle Review – For Cashback Hungry Canadians

Ever hear about people who make cashback on their groceries? Want to learn how you can do just that? Awesome, I’ll show you how you can do just that below!

Note: This post contains affiliate links

2nd note: Some of the pics are from before they changed their look, completely same company though

My Little Overview

  • Name: Caddle
  • Owners: Ransom Hawley
  • Website URL:
  • App Available?: Yes
  • Eligibility: Canada only
  • Legit?: Yes
  • Cost: Free
  • Money Making Potential: Extra pocket money
  • Worth It?: Yes
  • Outta Work Perks Ranking: 4.7/5

What Exactly Is Caddle?

Caddle is a service that provides you with cashback on certain groceries you buy. Caddle is great in the sense that it has varied offers.

One offer that I love right now is $0.50 back on Costco receipts. They’ve continued it on for a couple weeks now with an allowance of 5 receipts per week. Doesn’t matter what you buy as long as it’s not gas and it’s from Costco.

Don’t worry if you don’t shop at Costco though there other offers are available at almost any store across Canada.

Also, one thing that Caddle does that other grocery rebate services don’t, is offer surveys. Their surveys are the quickest and more straight forward I’ve ever come across anywhere! I honestly mean that. Plus usually there’s at least one new survey every week offering $0.10 for answering four questions on average.


How Does It Work?

Every Thursday the app refreshes its offers. Basically you can take a look at the offers before or after your shopping to match up offers.

Simply click on the offer you’d like to redeem, then there will be a button that says upload receipt. Or if you’re on their app, there’s a camera button at the bottom of the screen to upload your receipt. Then you can submit it, and if approved the money will be added to your account.

Like Checkout 51 though, another grocery rebates service I reviewed, you can’t request a payout until you at least hit $20.

What Makes Caddle Stand Out From The Crowd?

  • With taking advantage of Caddle’s survey offers you could earn $20 for FREE without even having to include your groceries.
  • Caddle also gives back 10% of everything they make to charity, which is amazing.
  • For all my fellow loonies and toonies carriers out there, Caddle is Canadian.
  • Plus Caddle was even featured on the hit CBC show Dragon’s Den!

Why Should I Join?

I believe every Canadian out there should join Caddle. It’s completely FREE plus you can earn money for FREE. Would take some time if you were to only do the surveys but it’s worth it, especially considering it would only take a couple minutes to complete.

Plus almost everyone buys groceries, and there are great offers on many products. You don’t have to enter in any credit card info, plus I’ve already earned my first $20 cheque! I can completely vouch for this program, it’s legit.

And if you still want some more proof, here are a couple reviews:

PLUS you can use my code CALIST82690 to earn an extra $1 🙂


For all my American friends who sadly can’t participate in this one, be sure to read my review on Checkout 51! They’re also an app that gives you cashback on groceries and are available in the US as well as Canada!

Have any comments or questions about Caddle? Have you tried Caddle yourself? Tell me all about it below!

Looking forward to hearing from ya,

Calista 🙂

71 thoughts on “The Ultimate Caddle Review – For Cashback Hungry Canadians”

    1. Thank you! So far I am aware of one other service like this, Checkout 51, which I have written a review on as well. It’s available in Canada as well as the United States! I will definitely be keeping my eye open for more too 🙂

  1. ThIs is new to me but I don’t live in Canada or the US. This sure sounds cool and it seems like a business idea for whoever is interested in his or her location. Even myself I can start something up like this when the time is right. The part I love is the part they give back to the society. This is really innovative. Thanks

    1. Oh too bad you’re not eligible, but I’m glad you found it to be cool! Yes, how they give back to society is definitely a pro to giving their program a chance.Thank you for the visit!

  2. Hello Calista.

    I myself tried websites like mysurvey and similar. I had a nice experience with them. I really like this new concept Caddle started for its users.

    I think other platforms should take the example Caddle gave. I am not a Canadian but would gladly join if something like this was available in my country.

    Thank you for this informative post.

    1. Hi there!

      I completely agree with you. It’s unfortunate Caddle is not available in country, but I’m glad you had nice experiences with the sites you’ve tried. Thank you for your visit!

  3. This sounds like a good company to get involved with, but are they exclusive to Canada? How long have you been using them and do they offer cashback on practical items? I know that they offer them back on groceries, but are they specific grocery brands or just generalized like “beef” or “dry goods”? Thank you for the information and if they are available in my country I’ll take a look at. 

    1. Unfortunately yes, they are only in Canada for now. I have been a member with them for probably over a year now. They tend to do both. They’ll have offers on specific brands, but will also do offers on generalized products like right now I have an offer for hamburgers. Any hamburger meat fresh or frozen, and I get $0.50 back. No problem on the info, glad you checked my review out!

  4. Hey Calista, Fellow Canadian here! I’ve never heard about Caddle before – thanks for the tip! I’m a faithful Checkout 51 user – and Flipp too. Anything that can save my family on groceries. So I’m definitely going to take a peek at Caddle if there’s an app for it (I’m on my computer here… will check with my phone later)! Uploading a receipt to my computer would be a bit more work, so I’m not sure it’ll be worth the time, but with a phone app, definitely. 🙂  

    1. Hi! Oh yes I love those two apps as well! Exactly. Oh awesome, yes there is an app. You could sign up on your computer, then log into the app afterwards. Yes the phone app definitely makes it a lot easier 🙂 Glad to find someone as who wants to save as much as I do!

  5. Getting cash back sounds great to me!  Caddle sounds ahead of the game because they integrate surveys into their system. That means that they will get valuable feed back from us and we get a small reward (which can really add up).

    It is also very cool that they give to charity as well, this is truly a good way to earn my trust!

  6. Hey Calista. Thank you for sharing The Ultimate Caddle Review – For Cashback Hungry Canadians.

    I have seen other ways to get cash back on Purchases. But The Ultimate Craddle seems to have more ways to earn extra money by giving out surveys. Sincerely I hate surveys. They will get you to fill out some forms, give out your emails only to say you are not qualified. We’ll you said it’s straight forward and I believe you.

    The thing is only Canadians are eligible… I wish it was worldwide.


    1. Oh yes believe me, I’ve had many experiences with crappy, way too long surveys. I know how much of a pain they can be. Caddle’s surveys are definitely different though. The average number of questions is probably 5, plus they don’t make you visit some third party website or put in all your contact info at the beginning. It’s great. Yes, too bad they haven’t quite branched out yet. If you’re from the US though, you could check out my review on Checkout 51, they do basically the same thing and it’s also free!

  7. Caddle is something I could definitely use especially with my frequent shopping at Costco. With that being said, I am bummed that this is only available in Canada and not in the United States. 

    Do you know if Caddle will make themselves available to the U.S.? Or is their another similar service in the U.S. that does something similar?

    1. Yes too bad. I am not sure if/when they plan on branching out. I do know of another program that is like this and available in the US though! It’s called Checkout 51, and you can find my review on it under the category “Pocket Money” from my menu. Hopefully that can help you earn a little extra 🙂

  8. I always like services that offer cashbacks. It is a shame that this is for strictly Canadian’s because I most certainly would have loved to participate to get that little pocket money.

    The fact that they give back to charity is really amazing. Do you have any idea if they would be expanding their reach to other countries anytime soon or do they intend to stay within Canada for a long period of time.

    1. Me too! Yes too bad. If you live in the US though, you’re welcome to read my review on Checkout 51, which is another service like this. I agree with you, I think the charity aspect is really great. I am unfortunately not sure if/when they will branch out to other countries. Hopefully they do, would be nice to share the savings with more people!

  9. I never have heard of Caddle but the way you are describing it is certainly worth it to take a look at it.

    Is this something like  Ebates where you also get paid when you shop? I was always a bit cautious in the past since I got burnt with doing surveys.

    Although, I like doing surveys sine it  isn’t that hard.

    How long are you doing it?

    Thanks for sharing it appreciated 🙂

    1. No it’s more of a fixed cash back like $0.50 back if you buy eggs, rather than 10% back with whatever you buy at blank. If that makes sense. The surveys they have are great. Totally trustworthy, and not crazy time consuming. Like you finish one in a minute and earn $0.25. I think I’ve been participating in Caddle for about year now, and I never plan on stopping. Thank you for visiting 🙂

  10. Hi Calista ,

    Thanks for this honest review on Caddle. I have tried some few online surveys before, but truthfully I didn’t benefit much as you can ONLY earn very little money for performing a task that has been assigned to you. I think Caddle looks a bit different from the other survey sites I joined sometime ago. I especially like the fact that they also offer Cash Back, that is a plus for them.

    In addition to the other offers they provide. It looks like they are far better than those survey sites i worked with. But do you think people leaving outside Canada can also take advantage of Caddle? I would have love to take advantage of their Cash back offers.

    Please let me know if it is ONLY for Canadians.


    1. Yes, unfortunately it is only available in Canada at this time. If you live in the US though, there’s another similar program called Checkout 51. I have a review on it under my menu heading “Pocket Money” if you’d like to check it out 🙂

  11. Wow this cashback hungry Canadians looks great, seems simple and straight forward and we all like that don’t we 😉

    Unfortunately though I don’t reside in Canada, so i should do a bit of research and see if I can find something alike in my own country. But my questions is can I join and may just do the surveys? 

    1. Haha, yes we do 🙂

      Oh too bad. If you’re from the US you could look into Checkout 51. It’s similar and I have a review on it under my heading “Pocket Money.” If not then I wish you luck! I’m always on the hunt for more as well. Oh that’s a good question. Unfortunately I don’t believe you can, because when it comes time to cash out they mail you a physical cheque. I hope you find something that works for you though

  12. Thank you for sharing this detailed review about Caddle. That is interesting that service provides you cash back on certain types of groceries. That is great that they offer surveys and that you can get compensated for each one that you complete. This service is one that I will keep in mind if I ever travel up north to Canada. 

  13. Great post and what a good program for Canadian’s it makes good sense to join a program that gives you cash back on items that you are going to buy.

    When working in the Grocery stores when I was in school; there was a saying that was always mentioned and is still true, “Good or Bad Economy,  people still need to buy food”. 

    This is what comes to mind when thinking about this cashback program. Thanks for sharing this information! Will keep my eyes open for similar programs in the US. 

    1. Thank you!

      Oh, I don’t think I’ve heard anyone say that before, but it is true.

      Thank you for the visit! Awesome, definitely check out my review on Checkout 51, they’re available in the US!

  14. I remember seeing this episode on Sharks tank.  These apps are all over the place but hey if we can save money then why not.

    I have a couple different apps that have cash back and have actually done pretty well.  I even had one that I held onto for quite a while and ended up getting 400 bucks worth of groceries.

    Great article.


    1. Oh nice! I didn’t know they were on Shark Tank too, I just knew about Dragon’s Den. Yes exactly, the more the merrier in my books!

      Wow! Nice job. Thank you for your visit!

  15. Thank you for sharing with us this interesting review on Caddle.I am not Canadian nor live in Canada but i find this very interesting and profitable business.

    I always like people who help others and It is very cool that Caddle give some help  to charity ,this is truly a good way to earn  trust of people.

    Canadians are blessed to have Caddle for sure.

  16. Your review of Caddle really make me wish that I lived in Canada so that I would be able to take advantage of it!

    I am not aware of anything similar in the UK, although after reading your post I will certainly search for one! I don’t suppose you are aware of any?

    I cannot see why anyone would not sign up to Caddle if they could. We all have to buy groceries, as we know, so any additional discounts that we can find are really helpful. And it is really cool that they give 10% to Charity, so that anyone using it can feel really good about it too.

    And the surveys sound a great idea too.

    I really agree with you that everyone who lives in Canada should definitely join the program, and should think themselves really lucky to be able to do so.

    Chrissie 🙂

    1. Thank you! Oh the UK, unfortunately I’m not aware of any myself but I can definitely keep my eyes open!

      Exactly! Glad you agree that anyone who can sign up, should sign up.

  17. Wow, what a wonderful program! Who knew Costco receipts are worth 0.50. I’ve been throwing them away. I’d like the idea of earning money for taking four question surveys. Every little bit adds up. I love bargains, coupons and deals because I am always trying to stretch my cash. I agree with you every Canadian should belong to a program like Caddle that gives cash with no strings and helps charities. Now that I know about this I want in. Where can I find it in the USA?

    1. Yes I agree, a wonderful program indeed! Same here, why not try to stretch your cash. It may not seem like a lot at first, but it definitely adds up! Unfortunately Caddle is only available in Canada, but you can check out my review on Checkout 51. They’re similar and available in the US!

  18. Its a very good offer, I buy groccery every time and it will be interesting to get some cash back, who wouldn’t want that. I   signed up with the Caddle website. I am always with my mobile phone, so I have found the application very useful.I have carried out different surveys on some websites and they pay few cents, Caddle is way better

     Thank you so much for such great info.

  19. I like this Caddle.  I sure with it were available in the United States.  Do you know if we have a similar program here where we can do this?  Seems very simple and straightforward.  Is it fairly easy to get reimbursed or “cashed out” for receipts you have turned in.  I am sure there is a minimum.  I am wondering if you have been doing this, and if it is worth the time.

    1. Oh yes, I’ve gotten a lot of people from the US wishing the same thing. You’re welcome to read my review on Checkout 51. I’m sure you’d love that app! It’s available in the US and is quite similar to Caddle.

      Yes, you need to reach at least $20 on your account before you can cash out.

      I have been doing this for a while now and it has definitely been worth it! I’ve already cashed out multiple times and it’s mainly been from just doing the surveys. I love how there’s no expiry on the cash back. Like if you earn $2, it will never be deleted/taken from your account until you have enough and choose to cash out at $20 or more.

  20. Whoa!  What a great idea!  I have never heard of Caddle, but I also do not live in Canada.

    That said, I’d like to encourage you to continue writing posts such as this because, as someone else mentioned, I was all ready to check out Caddle, after reading your post.  This sounds very helpful and, although you mentioned that the money is not a lot, it would certainly help with the grocery bill, at the end of the day.

    I’ll watch for your American opportunities.  I’m sure your Canadian readers will be thrilled to know of this opportunity to pocket a little extra spending money.  I especially appreciated the clear and simple instructions for how to go about earning that extra cash.

    1. Thank you so much for your comment! Yes I agree with you completely, anything helps 🙂

      Oh awesome! I have found an app like this available in the US called Checkout 51. And I have a review on it, if you’d like to check it out.

      Thanks again for your kind words

  21. How totally cool is it that by just showing a receipt (and up to 5 a week?) you can get $.50 back?  It’s like free money just for doing something you’re doing anyway, right?  I see you can earn $.10 for a survey.  Are there a lot of questions or just a few?  I always like throwing in my two cents, lol.    I especially like it if they take it to heart and actually make changes based on the results of their surveys.  It’s nice to have input.

    I’m sold on all the huge rebates, and also the fact that they give 10% back to charity.  I believe in tithing, and it’s their way of doing that through their company.  Great program in my view.

    1. I know right! Usually the surveys are quite short (5-10 multiple choice), which I really like. They’ve always been really easy to complete. Thank you so much for your two cents, haha

  22. Man! That looks like a great app for cash back! Now I wish I lived in Canada for more reasons than one! So awesome that people are starting to create more small ways of earning or saving money. I find our day and age fascinating for that reason. If you’re savvy you can really save quite a bit by utilising a lot of these different tools.

    1. Haha ya it’s great! Make sure to check out my review on Checkout 51 if you live in the US. Yes, I love finding more and more ways to make a little extra 🙂

  23. Hello Calista,

    It’s sad that caddle is only for Canadians. Your post really got me excited at the prospect of joining this program. Caddle is a good program for those in Canada. This is a good business model as it helps placate various needs of people. I could be looking to set up such in my community to give back.

    How exactly does caddle manage to be profitable?

    1. I mean I don’t work for Caddle so I don’t know exactly, but I figure they make deals with the companies that they are providing cash back offers for. Companies like Kit Kat would pay Caddle to have their product displayed on the app. Kit Kat would get more exposure for their products plus insights into who’s buying.

  24. Darn! I got so excited when I started reading your article until I reached the bit that Caddle is only for Canadians. You did say US has a similar ap, but I live outside both areas (New Zealand). This would be an amazing way to earn money from absolutely nothing by just uploading or taking a pic of my grocery receipts. The surveys also appear to be easy too. So sad I cannot register, but hope that all those Canadians out there take up Caddle. Are there any age restrictions? Can teens also do this?

    1. Oh too bad to hear. Unfortunately I don’t have an app I can recommend you. Glad to hear you think this app is cool though. If they ever open up the availability, or if I find another app that’s along the same lines but open to New Zealand, I will be sure to get back to you! That is a great question. There is an age restriction of 16 and up. As well, if someone is between the ages of 16 and age of majority, for whichever province they reside, they need their parents’ permission. Thank you for your comment!

  25. Calista,

    I do not live in Canada but if I did I would be on this without a doubt, I wish more places offered such a great app!  I am always doing coupons and other ways to save money on groceries and any type of perks possible even if they are on three cents off a gallon of gas we have that here with some of the big chains.  Many people think that saving pennies like this is nothing but add it up over a year and you will be surprised at how much you really do and can save.

    Thank you for this and hope that many people that live in that country are wise and sign up for the wonderful savings,


    1. Great to hear you’re money savvy like me! It sure does add up over time. And if it’s something like this, where you can earn without having to put in too much effort, I think everyone should be doing it. I hope so too 🙂

  26. Hi

    Quite interesting topic and it is a very new concept and surprising (cashback). Also thank you for letting us know via your website. The only thing I want to say is that you are very very very lucky. This kind of service is simply amazing and I wish to have the same. Is it that much profitable to the companies??

    1. Glad to hear you like the service. Yes it is profitable to the companies! They get extra exposure and a look into which of their products are selling. And Caddle profits from the companies paying them to have their products on Caddle’s app. (At least that’s how I imagine their deal works out, haha)

  27. Hi,

    I have read the whole review about this information. This is really a wonderful review about Caddle. I am not Canadian and I don’t live in Canada. But I want to move to Canada after reading your article. I like this review very much. This article is very helpful for us readers. Thanks for sharing this informative article.

  28. I’m not Canadian but I stumbled across this review while I was looking for similar services. I’m really hoping they eventually extend the service to neighboring countries because that would really help folks like me! I almost can’t believe that they let you submit receipts for cashback AND they have surveys. That’s super cool.

    Thanks for the in-depth review. I can’t wait to try this when they expand, or find something similar!

    1. Awesome! I’ll be sure to update this review if they do expand. You’re also welcome to check out my article on Checkout 51!

  29. Wow, this is great. I’ve always been interested in joining these cashback rebates but I never really understood how they worked. While I can’t participate in the Canadian versions, I’ll definitely have a look at your Checkout 51 and go from there. Thank you so much for sharing this article and your experiences. 

  30. Wow that is brilliant!

    Who doesn’t buy groceries right? I would be doubtful if I had to subscribe but the app is free so it seems like a no brainer?

    Is costco the main offer on this app or are there many other places that are accepted?

    Thanks again I think I will go and check it out.

  31. Thank you for sharing the post on earning cash back 🙂 I have been using some apps as well for my cash back, currently I am using mr. rebates, receipt hog and Ibotta, they work great. I do have some friends that have just moved to Canada, I will share your post to them, this will come in handy for them 🙂

    1. Awesome, glad you enjoy cashback! I also use Receipt Hog, and will probably write a post on it soon. I’ve heard of the other two, but haven’t looked into them, so thank you. Great, happy you’re going to share 🙂

  32. Hi Calista, 

    Thank you for sharing this great informational article about Caddle. I have tried some online surveys before. Caddle seems to have more ways to earn extra money by giving out surveys. You have written lots of helpful articles which encouraged lots of people.I will definitely be back to your website for some more of your helpful information on a lot of topics.

  33. Wow. What a surprising app Caddle is and it’s alluring offers! I have read your post carefully and I love it very much. This app is very helpful and I think the people of Canada will accept this hearty. I don’t live in Canada, but I will be recommending it to my Canadian friends. Thank you for sharing this.

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