Here are some tips if you want to avoid paying cashback coupons, which have been creeping into your grocery bills.
Read More are:If you already paid the regular price for groceries with the cashback rate, you will not be affected by the new coupon rate.
You can still save money on groceries, but you won’t get a new credit card.
The new cashbacks will be applied for purchases in the month of April.
This will mean that you can get a higher cashback credit for all purchases, regardless of whether they’re cashback or regular.
This applies to all grocery purchases from April 1, 2016, through March 31, 2016.
Here are the main differences between the new coupons and the regular cashback rates:The old cashback rules allow you to apply for cashback at a rate of 10 per cent.
But the new rules will only allow you a maximum credit of 6 per cent for purchases.
That means that you will only be able to apply the cash back rate of 5 per cent to all purchases.
If you buy groceries with cashback, the discount will be deducted from your grocery bill and sent to your bank account.
But you will still have to pay the normal cashback price of 3 per cent of the total price of your groceries, and the same applies for all other purchases.