WaitroseQuickCheck 12+

Waitrose Limited

Designed for iPhone

    • 1.9 • 152 Ratings
    • Free

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Save time and money with Quick Check Mobile.

This application allows you, as a myWaitrose customer, to scan your shopping as you go using your smartphone. Simply scan and pack your items straight into your bags. You’ll see a running total of your spend on your phone, plus you’ll hear a beep to alert you to special offers. When you’ve finished just pay and go, with no need to unpack your bags at the checkout.

You will need a myWaitrose account number to activate this application. If you’re not already a member, simply sign-up at waitrose.com/mywaitrose to receive your account number immediately.

When using this application, you will have a better experience if you connect to the free WiFi available in the majority of our stores.
Occasional rescans
Quick Check was created to make your shopping quicker and easier. As part of the process, we’ll occasionally rescan your shopping, to make sure that you’re being charged correctly. Our Partners will assist you with this process.

Any questions?
Simply visit the Welcome Desk in store. We’ll happily show you how to use Quick Check on your phone.
We may, if necessary, remove access to the application in store, or remove the application from the App Store.

What’s New

Version 5.3.23

New base package release. 
New authentication certificates.
Ability to key in a MyWaitrose card no.
New Offline functionality.
Announcement to Customers of replacement App

Ratings and Reviews

1.9 out of 5
152 Ratings

152 Ratings

xzy1234121 ,

Need to rescan your card to get the new version to work!

Ridiculous. I don’t even have a card. I chose to merge the John Lewis card with my Waitrose card a few years ago and store them in my wallet on my phone. At that point I was told to throw away both cards as they wouldn’t work anymore.
What I hadn’t realised was that meant I had no way of using the handguns in shops because you can’t swipe your phone to unlock a gun. So when I saw the app I was excited to use it. First thing it needed was to scan my card. A card I don’t have! Luckily someone in the shop helped by taking a photo of my wallet card on their phone and I then scanned that and could use it.
All was well for a few years, apart from the annoying music issue, until this upgrade when yet again it demanded my card. It was so long since I first used the app that I had forgotten how to get round it at first. Once I remembered, another staff member took another photo of my wallet and it worked again.
The developers need to understand that not everyone has a card to scan. How can they not know that? There should be a manual way of entering the card number. Who writes the user requirements?

Developer Response ,

We're really sorry for the inconvenience this has caused - thank you for sharing the clever workaround you used. We will be adding a manual entry option in a future update.

dsh2585 ,

App works - but beware T&Cs

The app has worked fine for the few times I have used it but be aware that the system used in store selects certain shoppers for random “re-scanning”, the frequency of which is supposedly rare but many users have complained of regular re-scanning. When you consider that the purpose of this app is to save you having to queue at staffed or self-service checkouts, having your shopping re-scanned is a complete waste of time and on the occasions it could randomly happen to you it is likely to be frustrating - especially if you have packed your bags to your liking. I understand the reasons behind it - that customers could forgetfully put items in their baskets without scanning them. But it is no different to the loss of revenue suffered as a result of “forgetfulness” people have at self-checkouts and unlikely to be any quicker - so stick with self checkouts for now and save yourself the bother of re-scanning.

dndjktlon ,

2022: The app still needs a physical card to activate the app!

I’ve been using this app for years and I use the equivalent app in competitor supermarkets. Yet, unlike its competitors, the Waitrose Quickcheck app can’t work when you first set it up without you scanning the barcode on your membership card. Given that I haven’t carried around plastic loyalty cards for many years (as they’re all app based), this means that every time I set the Quickcheck app up on a new phone or if the app requires a new login, I have to quite literally screen grab my membership card from the Waitrose app, paste it into a document and then print it. For a premium supermarket that claims to aim to be sustainable and to be so customer centric this is utterly absurd as it demonstrates a profound lack of understanding as to how people tend to use mobile apps these days.

App Privacy

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The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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