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  • Groupon's app Snap pays you to shop
  • Groupon's app Snap pays you to shop
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Groupon's app Snap pays you to shop

Moving further away from its origins as an online daily deals site, Groupon has launched its app Snap. It gives people money back on certain products - if you purchase one of the featured products, just scan your receipt with your camera and you'll get some cash back.



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