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Lidl app gives users presents: secret voucher discovered

Last updated on March 9, 2021

Image source: Lidl

They are probably already familiar to bargain hunters: with the “Lidl Plus” app, customers of the well-known discounter save quite a few euros when shopping – here and there there are even small gifts. A “secret” voucher was recently found – GIGA tells you who can save how much with it.

If you don't have it yet, you should get the “Lidl Plus” app for iPhone ( iOS ) and Android as soon as possible, because the discounter distributes lots of vouchers and gifts. There will be five euros right at the start as a welcome gift – we reported . Simply download, register, activate the weekly changing coupons and then save directly when scanning at the checkout.

Lidl Plus: Birthday children get 3 euros for free

Apart from these “normal” vouchers and promotions, there is also a “secret” voucher hidden in the Lidl app . In this context, secret means “not accessible to everyone”, because the coupon is not displayed to all users. Only “birthday children” benefit from this. Lidl gives them a voucher of 3 euros with a minimum purchase value of 30 euros, which corresponds to a discount of 10 percent for exactly this amount.

Image: GIGA (screenshot Lidl app)

Price: Free

Price: Free

Where and when can I find the coupon?

The voucher is displayed in the “Coupons” section with the words “For your party!” Exactly one week before your birthday. The coupon is then valid for two weeks. A nice gesture and a birthday present that people are happy to accept – although the call to party during the corona pandemic and lockdown seems a bit out of place.

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And this is how it works with Lidl Plus – explained step by step in the video:

How does Lidl even know when my birthday is? Correct: The date is requested when registering. But then it also means: Anyone who has “cheated” here will not get anything on the happy day. Or have to wait for the specially designed "fake birthday".

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