Jisp app saves shoppers over £265K at local stores nationwide

Shopping and rewards app, Jisp provides discounts to shoppers based on the brands they love, driving increased sales in-store, and rewarding the shopper and retailer simultaneously. Working directly with brands and their products, a shopper discount can be identified and embedded digitally using in-store barcodes on packs or shelves.

Since its launch in September 2021, Scan & Save has achieved 366,724 scans, 226,831 vouchers issued, and 202,420 redemptions.

Scan & Save stores are benefiting from shoppers accessing brand discounts and being rewarded for doing so by using their mobile phones in-store. The average shopper redemption per visit is 2.57 items and the average saving per visit is £3.22. However, Jisp’s most loyal shoppers using our reward scheme are visiting three times more than the average user and adding two more items per visit.

Greg Deacon, Chief Customer Officer, Jisp said, “We are delighted to help shoppers save over £265,000 to date with our money-saving and rewards app. We know shoppers are facing increases of over £400 annually in grocery bills. However, we are working with brands and retailers to help all fight inflation right now in a sustainable and measurable way. Building stronger engagement between Jisp app, shoppers, and retailers. 200 stores and growing weekly are seeking out Jisp to provide an exclusive way of shopping and obtaining discounts through our Scan & Save solution which features the first augmented reality technology. Making the ‘Metaverse’ consumable adds to the experience for shoppers using their mobile devices in-store. The growth is exceptional, shopper adoption is quick and over 73 per cent are repeat customers.”

Retailers with Jisp will build store loyalty every time shoppers use Scan & Save and redeem products. Jisp will feature promotions in-app and online to drive shoppers to their local Scan & Save store. In addition, Jisp will provide 24hr deals and reward shoppers for referring friends and family to help them save monies and increase loyalty.

Greg added, “our growth with Nisa is exceptional, we are piloting with Booker and soon to be Bestway retail. In addition, come September non-affiliated independents will bring exclusive savings to shoppers locally through our exciting partnership with Payzone. Enabling them all to grow sales, footfall, and loyalty. This will help their shoppers combat the current cost of living crisis head-on. Jisp aims to be the number one money-saving and rewards app. With the support of retailers, brands, wholesalers, and shoppers, we believe this will be achieved and will make an enormous difference to all in the sector.”

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