There are some new coupons to load at SavingStar, including Pillbury, Betty Crocker, and General Mills.
Several SavingStar e-coupons expired at midnight on 2/28, but I counted 22 new ones! Many of the same coupons are also available as e-coupons through Cellfire, too! Gotta love double dipping!
- Go to SavingStar to sign up or sign in.
- If you haven’t already done so, register your Kroger loyalty card. (You can also register CVS, Rite Aid, and Food Lion.)
- Load the e-coupons.
- When you purchase the required product, the amount of the e-coupon is deposited into your Saving Star account. When it reaches $5, you can request a payout.
- You should be able to use a paper coupon or e-coupon at the same time, since the e-coupon amount is not deducted from your bill at the register.
- The company that runs Upromise, is the same company that runs Saving Star, which makes sense because it works the same way. You have to decide which site you’d like to use, since you cannot use both coupons at the same time.
- Most coupons will be good for one purchase, just like a standard e-coupon, but once in awhile it will say “unlimited,” meaning it would work multiple times. (Right now, the Elmer’s coupons are unlimited.)
- Coupons must be reloaded every month.
- Once you purchase the required items, your account will be credited between 7 and 30 days. When you reach $5, cha-ching! You can cash out, in your choice of payment formats. It’s really that easy!
- Sign up and load your coupons by going here.
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