Excellent money saving app which lets you have little treats like £1 lunches and free Nero! Also prize draws offer some amazing prizes (I mormally tey and enter them all... Haven't won anything yet but heres to hoping for the next one).
Most usable offers (for me) are small and are nice, but nothing special. Many offers can also be found on voucher code websites in a similar form. You are now pestered to leave a review each time you use a code, which includes entering a competition, which I don't feel is "using the code" if you don't win. The deals are neat, but I'd prefer to have a standard scheme like 2-4-1 at the cinema on Tuesdays, rather than fruitlessly checking an app every 2 days.
Its great being able to enter to win such amazing prizes, and the offers are great too. My intrest is dwindling though. The lack of information on actual winners and exact prises won, calls into question the legitimacy of the whole app.
Worthwhile app. You find loads of good little deals and can enter cool prize draws. Great extra for being an O2 customer. Seriously though, those who moan and leave a bad review just for being asked to rate the app? What's up with that?
Good app. PRO: 1) Particularly like the fact the app tells you when the deals run out, so more embarassing moments at the check out! 2) There are still some good deals to be had CONS: 1) Deals aren't as good (bring back £1 lunch at Dominoes!). 2) Like lots of people have said, no lists winners lists.
Ian Coleman get a grip of yourself. Leaving a contract because an app asks you to rate it bahaha. Every app on the play store asks for a rating. It takes 5 minutes. Amazing app. Deals etc are always good. People complaining about the prizes. There's about 30 million o2 customers. Half of them might enter and that's why you don't win
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