Aisle Cash Back Review: Get Free Items, BOGO Deals and More

Aisle Cash Back Review

Aisle is a cash-back rewards platform that offers instant cash back rewards via Venmo or PayPal on exclusive brand deals. We often see deals for free items, mainly grocery items, which you can purchase at any store.

One things that differs Aisle from other cash-back programs is that everything is done through text messages. You don’t need to download any apps or create an account. Let’s see how this program works and how you can start earning cash back.

What is Aisle?

The program first launched in 2021. Aisle rewards customers with cash back for select purchases which of products which are listed in on their website. Usually these items include beverages, grocery items and more.

The process is pretty familiar. Make an eligible purchase, provide proof of purchase and earn cash back. The only difference is that users do everything through text messages and the cash back goes directly into your Venmo or PayPal account.

We usually see offers for free items, buy-one-get-one deals, or a fixed dollar amount back for your purchase. Sometime these offers even make you a small profit when the item you buy is less that the cash-back offered by Aisle.


These are some of the offers that you can currently find at Aisle:

Let me know if you find any other offers worth mentioning, or if any of the offers listed above have expired.

How it Works

Users can enroll on the website with the phone number, and check out all the offers that are available in their zip code, or any zip code for that matter.

You then need to select offers you want and enroll for that specific offer through text message. Sometime you might also get offers by text message, which are not on the site.

Once you are enrolled for an offer, you can then go ahead and purchase the eligible item. You can purchase from any store, and sometimes even online. This will be noted in the offer. Make sure you save the receipt.

Users simply text a photo of their grocery store receipt and if a cash back offer is available, they receive the reward immediately with a direct Venmo cash payment. You can also choose PayPal. Must upload your receipt within 3 days after purchase usually.

If no reward is available for that receipt, Aisle will make reward-worthy product recommendations from its brand partner network that you can redeem on a future grocery store run.

Offers normally reset every 7 days, but there might be a limit on how many offers you can do for a specific product.

Guru’s Wrap-up

Aisle is another cash-back program worth keeping in mind. Users do everything through text messages, which can be a good or bad thing. On the plus side, you don’t need to download an app or create an account. On the other hand, you will get text messages for every offer. So if you’re doing many of their deals, it gets difficult to keep track of everything, and see which offers you have redeemed.

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