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Beat the energy crisis price hikes! MoneyMagpie readers who sign up to Get My Slice can access an exclusive instant £5 reward offer for energy supplier research!*
Do you love saving money? Get My Slice is the game-changing rewards app that enables you to do just that. They’re a new kind of next-gen app that enables you to monetise your data by linking your digital accounts to get personalised offers and better rewards. Their mission is to help you harness the power of your digital footprint and use it for your benefit by putting money back in your pocket.
When you connect your online accounts to Get My Slice it means you can harness the power of your search, social and shopping information to get a personalised experience and fantastic cashback from hand-picked brands across categories like electronics, fashion, beauty, food, travel and home and fitness. There’s no limit to how much cash you can earn from the app – so the more offers you complete, the more money you can make.
Readers of MoneyMagpie have access to an exclusive offer where they can earn an instant £5 by linking their bank card for consumer research on energy supplier price hikes. But hurry, only a limited number of people will have access to the offer! Click the link at the bottom of this article to download the app and access the offer before it runs out.
The Get My Slice app has lots of other offers, too. With over 2,000+ of the UKs best known and fastest growing brands with multiple offers including cashback, discounts, freebies, free trials and more there is something for everyone. Brands include EE, HelloFresh, Levi’s and T M Lewin to name a few.
As well as their exclusive open banking offers within instant cash rewards, Get My Slice rewards customers with a slice of the revenue brands would traditionally spend on advertising. Get My Slice give their members a minimum of 80% of the money brands pay to advertise offers to customers on their app in the form of a reward, plus any of the usual discounts. With such a range of appealing deals they are set to rival the likes of their competitors such as Quidco, Topcashback and Airtime Rewards.
Some of the current offers include:
Oliver Southgate, Founder and CEO of Get My Slice, comments: “Big tech companies have been monetising personal data for ages, and until now consumers haven’t been able to benefit at all. As people become more aware of how their information is collected every time they search or browse for something online, we want to give consumers the chance to take back control. We know advertisers and brands pay lots of money to acquire customers and Get My Slice puts that money back into consumer’s pockets with our personalised offers.”
Since Get My Slice launched during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, they created their Founders Club to reward early members who join the app. With a limited number of points set aside for users, once they reach their target Get My Slice founding members could secure money based on the future value of the company. Points can be earned by completing activities within the app and referring Get My Slice to family and friends. They can also be redeemed for gift vouchers, cash and for planting trees. For example, after completing their first offer members will get 2,000 points which can be redeemed to plant a tree. Members can also redeem their points for up to £50 if they prefer to cash them in.
For shoppers who want to be more mindful of their carbon footprint, the Get My Slice app includes a range of green offers in their dedicated green category including My Green Pod, Pai Skincare and Grubby. Get My Slice have also pledged to plant a minimum of 1,000 trees every month.
Get My Slice is available for FREE on iOs and Android.
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