HuYu review

HuYu Review – Earn From Your Supermarket Shop

Money Saver Pete Shopping Leave a Comment

How would you like to earn shopping vouchers, just from taking photos of your old receipts? Take a look at my HuYu review to see if it’s the best reward app out there.

Until around a year ago, I paid no attention to receipts. Unless I was buying something expensive, they would always end up in the recycling. Then, I found out that there were companies that would reward you for sending them photos of your old receipts. After a shaky start to my scanning life (I would avoid Receipt Hog), I am now making a decent amount each year to make it worthwhile.

How does it work?

Taken from the HuYu website:

Scan receipts and answer surveys for real rewards, like shopping vouchers.

It’s the fair way to share your data

So, once you’ve downloaded the app (see below) onto your phone, take a snap of your receipt, edit if needed and upload. You are then awarded points, which can then be redeemed for shopping vouchers.

The good

The app is incredibly easy to use and takes just moments to figure out. Taking a photo and the upload shouldn’t take longer than 30 seconds. Receipts aren’t the only way to earn points either. There are surveys to complete too, which are usually short and reward you with 15 points.

Although HuYu doesn’t pay you in cash, there are plenty of shopping vouchers available, including; Amazon, John Lewis, Argos, Tesco and iTunes.

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It’s very easy to submit images

The bad

My major gripe with HuYu is the type of receipt you can scan. Unfortunately, they only accept receipts from the major supermarkets: Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Waitrose, Aldi, Lidl and Co-op. They also accept receipts for online shopping from Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Waitrose and Ocado.

And, except for the handful of surveys I completed when I joined, I have received very little since.

The money

You can withdraw your earnings when you reach £5, which is the equivalent of 500 points. When you consider that a receipt is only worth 5 points and many of us only do 1 supermarket shop each week, it could take 2 years to reach £5!

But… surveys do bump up your earnings slightly, plus I usually do several top-up shops during the week. Realistically, I am looking at earning £5 every 4 months.

Pay per hour is a little difficult to work out. However, the app is very easy to use (unlike Receipt Hog) so I think we’re looking at around £5 per hour.

My HuYu review conclusion

Overall, a little frustrating. An easy to use app is let down by the fact that you’re limited by the receipts you can upload. However, it’s still worth doing if you complete with the likes of Shoppix and Shopprize.

HuYu referral code

HuYu sometimes offer a referral code that will give you a bonus number of points when signing up. This isn’t available at the moment, but certainly worth having a quick search for.

You can download the app from Apple

Or download for Android

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