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(CLOSED) Win a Tumi suitcase worth £955 with Snoop and HfP – and get £5 for entering

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You have just 48 hours left to enter this exclusive competition for HfP readers, our first big competition of 2022.

Snoop, the money management app, is giving HfP readers the chance to win a beautiful Tumi suitcase worth £955.

Everyone is a winner, however. As well as the chance to win the luggage, Snoop is giving all HfP readers who try Snoop for the first time a £5 Amazon voucher.

Win Tumi suitcase with Snoop
This Tumi suitcase is up for grabs

As you can see, with an aluminium exterior and four dual-spinning wheels, this carry-on case from Tumi’s 19 Degree range will ensure that you return to pre-pandemic travel in style. It measures 56 cm x 23 cm x 35.5 cm.

What is Snoop?

Snoop is a money-management app which claims it can help households save up to £1,500 a year.

You may remember that we initially covered Snoop last year. We know some of the top team at Snoop from their time at Virgin Money and their work on the Virgin Atlantic credit cards. They are serious, reliable and experienced people who are trying to build something different in a crowded market.

The Snoop app works best if you connect your bank accounts and credit cards to it. This takes advantage of Open Banking regulations in the UK which force banks and card companies to give you access to your data.

By connecting all your bank accounts and cards to Snoop, the app gives you a single view of your money and spending. It automatically categorises your spending and allows you to create custom categories to track your spending on the things that matter most to you. It shows all your paid and upcoming bills in one place, and sends you daily/weekly/monthly spending alerts and insight reports.

Win a suitcase with snoop

Additionally, Snoop scans your payments and helps you find better deals. For example, it will warn you if it spots your mobile bill has increased this month and will suggest alternate solutions. I personally like the Discount Code Finder, which shares voucher codes it can find for places that you already shop at.

Many of the core reward credit cards are supported, including American Express (the full range of personal cards), the Virgin Atlantic credit cards and the IHG Rewards cards. For HfP readers with multiple cards – which is almost all of you! – it is handy to have them in one place to cross-check and ensure you are maximising your mileage earning opportunities.  And best of all, the app is free to use.

How to enter the competition

If you don’t have the Snoop app yet, to enter the competition, you will simply need to click on this link to download the app (the link will take you to the Apple or Android app stores, dependent on your phone).

Download the Snoop app, connect at least one bank account or credit card, keep the app installed one month after the date of download and receive your £5 Amazon voucher and be entered in the prize draw.

Win a Tumi suitcase with Snoop

Already got the Snoop app? Don’t worry. Whilst the Amazon voucher is just for new customers, existing Snoop users can still enter the competition. Use this link instead – it will fire up the Snoop app and you’ll get confirmation that you have been entered.

It’s important to note that you will need to use the phone that has the Snoop app already downloaded on it for this link to work and you must not be using ad blocking software on your Phone – it’s not possible to identify eligible claims when blocking software is used.

You can find a full list of the terms and conditions on this page.

The competition ends on Monday night (28th February 2022). Many thanks to Paul and the team at Snoop for sponsoring the competition.

Good luck!

Comments (42)

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  • John T says:

    Stop trying to make Snoop happen

  • CarpalTravel says:

    The steady flow of notifications both on my phone and within the app, all egging me on to buy stuff feels like a hyperventilating sofa salesman, absolutely desperate for some commission.

    “We think you are out of mobile contract, check out these deals”, “We’ve not seen any receipts for health insurance, check here to search for cover”, “or, or, or, maybe buy some home insurance, car insurance, travel insurance, pet insurance? No? Ok, maybe broadband? Please?!!”

    It seems they have named themselves after their relentless desire to stalk my spendings simply to try drive opportunities for them to take commission whilst making me do more. I honestly cannot wait to delete it and kind of hate myself for selling out in the first place, just for a voucher.

    Some of the glowing 5* app store reviews are very obvious too…

  • Duke says:

    Turn off notifications in the app

  • Stu says:

    “Suitcase worth £955” … they might cost that but I’d question if any suitcase is actually ‘worth’ £955?

  • Ian says:

    Sounds like an app to avoid.

    • Jeff77 says:

      Useful for idiots who can’t do basic things themselves though. There’s loads of those

  • Nick B says:

    I went for their canine version……

    Snoop Dog

    I’ll get my coat.

  • Richie says:

    I can find voucher codes by looking at er certain websites, do they really think there’s enough people who don’t have much of a clue at all?

  • Mike says:

    SNOOP is a stand up fail- not a viable proposition- burning through cash at a massive rate of knots -will be dead in the water within 12 months no matter how many “emperors clothes” £995 suitcases and £5 bribes they give away

    • Rob says:

      You probably said that about Nutmeg, and then Chase paid £5,000 PER CUSTOMER to buy it. People (including, frankly, us, because they were paying us handsomely as well as handing out shed-loads of Avios) thought they were mad, but the team are all now multi-multi-millionaires and the c £500 per customer they were spending to ‘buy’ you was multiplied ten times. This may end up the same way.

      • Guernsey Globetrotter says:

        I think the difference here is Nutmeg is not a name that will put most customers off whereas whomever chose ‘Snoop’ should be shot. I know this is an age where we are all conscious that our data is the value these apps are after but the connotation of ‘snooping’ around something you have to give access to all your bank account transactions feels like a massive own goal to me. They will struggle to get the traction of a Nutmeg for that reason alone…

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