With the new Asda Rewards app, customers can collect rewards when purchasing selected products. Any cash collected can then be converted into a voucher to use towards your next purchase
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Customers can build up cash rewards with the new Asda Rewards app Supermarket giant when they buy selected products.
The app will tell you which qualifying products you need to purchase to start making money in your “Cashpot”.
Customers can see their cash pot building up as they shop in the app, and they can redeem the funds at any time by creating a coupon.
This can then be used against your next shop.
Another way to earn cashback is by completing personalized shopping missions that change regularly.
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For example, on a mission you could buy five fruit and veg items to unlock a Five a Day badge and receive £1 in a cashpot.
This month customers can also complete the ‘Flowers for Mother’s Day’ mission where they get £1 in their cashpot when they buy a bouquet of flowers for £10.
The Asda Rewards app has already been trialled in 16 stores across the West Midlands and West Yorkshire.
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A full list of Asda stores where you can use the app can be found at the end of this article.
The supermarket is extending the test to customers in all 32 stores in West Yorkshire, along with four stores in the north east and four stores in central Scotland.
The trial will also continue in the existing eight stores in Birmingham.
Since launch, more than 90,000 customers have downloaded the app and 50,000 use it regularly.
Matt Mclellan, Vice President Customer Proposition and Planning, said: “We are delighted that customers in our pilot stores are benefiting from the Asda Rewards app.
“We are delighted that, starting today, 32 more stores will be participating across different regions of the UK as we continue to develop the programme.”
Full list of stores where you can use Asda Rewards
- West Yorkshire nobility
- Barnes Hill Birmingham
- Capehill Birmingham
- Dewsbury West Yorkshire
- Glassoughton, West Yorkshire
- Great Bridge Birmingham
- Halesowen Birmingham
- Halifax West Yorkshire
- Huddersfield West Yorkshire
- Keighley, West Yorkshire
- Killingbeck, West Yorkshire
- Perry Barr Birmingham
- Queslet Birmingham
- West Bradford West Yorkshire
- Living Forster Square West Yorkshire
- Living Guiseley West Yorkshire
- Living Leeds Crown West Yorkshire
- Living Wakefield Yorkshire
- Aspley Yorkshire
- Beeston, Leeds, Yorkshire
- Benton Northeast
- Boldon north east
- Bradford, West Yorkshire
- Biker Northeast
- Chess Central Scotland
- Edinburgh Central Scotland
- Gosforth Northeast
- Greengate’s Yorkshire
- Harehill’s Yorkshire
- Kirkstall Yorkshire
- Little Horton Yorkshire
- Middleton West Yorkshire
- Moorthorpe Yorkshire
- Morley West Yorkshire
- Normanton Yorkshire
- Pontefract Yorkshire
- Pudsey, West Yorkshire
- Shipley West Yorkshire
- South Shields Northeast
- Straiton central Edinburgh Scotland
- Wakefield, Dewsbury Road, Yorkshire
- Wakefield Durkar Yorkshire
- Wyke Yorkshire
Meanwhile, Asda is also piloting a new ‘Personal Shopper’ trial in Leeds and Bristol.
The new service will allow shoppers to access Asda’s full range of online products through a partnership with on-demand delivery platform Buymie.
Buymie’s network of personal shoppers picks, packs and delivers every order.
The trial will be available in select postcodes within a three mile radius of ten Asda branches.
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