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: https://caddle.ca/
- 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,