GroceryPass Promises $120/Year in Free Groceries

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I received an email yesterday from a fellow deal-hunter about GroceryPass, which is a new grocery discount service scheduled to launch this summer. Here’s how it works:

  1. You pay $10/month to GroceryPass.
  2. You receive $20/month to spend at any grocery store (at any time).

The service is not yet live, but they have a waitlist that is accessible via referral code. If you sign up for the waitlist via referral, they are offering the first month free.

There are no details about how service will operate, only a small statement on the bottom of their website:

Actually, there’s no fine print. We want to give you $120 in extra bucks each year to spend on groceries. We partner with grocers and brands to make this happen.

The Cash Cow Takeaway

There aren’t enough details to know how GroceryPass will work at this time, but it only takes 10 seconds to join the waitlist and receive the first month free.

When GroceryPass launches, we’ll evaluate the service. If everything works as promised, I see no reason to pass on $120/year in free groceries. If the service doesn’t perform, Vanessa and I will simply unsubscribe and move on.

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Sounds like a pretty reasonable offering – how on earth can GroceryPass afford this?

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Thanks for sharing this great post.

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Looking forward to this report. Wondering how this could possibly work out for GroceryPass.