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I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been given a voucher as a present, put it into my wallet and then promptly forgotten about it. There is nothing more annoying than finding an expired voucher in your wallet!
I’ve recently been made aware of a *money-saving shopping app called Zeek. It’s an app where you can buy and sell vouchers. It’s free to download and really easy to use.
‘Buy and sell gift vouchers quickly and easily’
The app includes loads of popular brands including Next, Ikea, Tesco and Boots. New brands are added every day. It’s free to download and really simple to use. You can use the app to buy discounted vouchers or sell ones that you no longer require.
You can buy vouchers at discounted prices so, for example, if you know that you are going to Ikea to buy some new furniture it’s always worth checking on the app beforehand to see if you can get more for your money. As you can see below this person bought a voucher for £144 but it was worth £180 that’s an extra £36 free! Why would you not buy a voucher?
Electronic vouchers can be redeemed immediately. I used the app and bought a £50 Next voucher for £42, I’ve used it to buy a new mirror for our bathroom.
‘Stuck with a voucher you don’t want? Instead of throwing it away, sell it!’
As well as buying a voucher you can also sell unwanted vouchers. You simply post your voucher on the site and set the price you’d like to get for it.
Share & Earn
You also have the ability to earn extra money by sharing the app with your friends. You get an extra £5 when they make a purchase and they get £3 just to sweeten the deal.
Download Zeek Today and Start Saving
To try out the Zeek app yourself for free *download it here. By using my link you will also get a £5 discount! See terms & conditions on their website for more info.
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