Couponing for the Rest of Us

SavingStar: Get $5 Payouts when you use these Digital Coupons!

It’s high time we talked in-depth about SavingStar Digital Coupons - they’re pretty new on the scene, so let’s start at the begining.  ANY store that uses a store loyalty card – will accept SavingStar Coupons.  That includes CVS, Rite-Aid, Kroger, Bi-Lo, Food Lion, Ingles, & more

I am adding my CVS card RIGHT NOW so that I can learn the ropes with you – so here we go!

Loading SavingStar E-Coupons:

  1. View all the available SavingStar Digital CouponsHERE
  2. Pick the ones you want and click “I Want This”
  3. They’re asking me to register my CVS card (Doing it…..)  DONE!

That’s it folks – I registered one of my store loyalty cards, put a GUM Flossers coupon on it (FREE at Walgreens this week!) – and I’m ready to shop.  Now, what happens at the store?

Using your E-Coupons:

  • Scan your store card at checkout to activate your Saving Star E-Coupons
  • SavingStar coupon will not come off at checkout – instead, they accumulate until you hit the $5 mark
  • Once at $5, you pick how you want your money:
    - $5 Deposited to your bank
    - $5 Paypal Deposit
    - $5 Amazon Gift card

A few other points:

  • Manufacturer Coupons are not intended to be used with SavingStar eCoupons.  HOWEVER – Using in-store coupons in combination with SavingStar eCoupons is not a problem. Using coupons from other services in combination with a SavingStar “One or Many” deal is not a problem. (quoted from the Savingstar FAQ Page)

    In other words, it IS FINE to use coupons for SC Johnson Products alongside a $5 off $20 SC Johnson SavingStar eCoupon

  • You can keep tabs on how much $$ you’re earning on the SavingStar website.
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  • It usually takes just a couple days for your E-Coupon to register and show up on the site, but it can take up to 30 days in some cases.
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  • I probably won’t be able to stay on top of this as well as I’d like – so I plan to just leave all those savings alone for awhile – and then check it when Christmas gets close.  I bet that’ll be a nice little nest egg to help with holiday shopping!

CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED!


Comments

  1. christy says:

    Do you get to pick which card to put it on, or does the coupon go on all of them, even though it a one time use, then of course come off once you’ve used it?

  2. and if you choose Amazon, they gift card is sent via e-mail in the form of a code and you redeem it on your amazon account, yay! for music!

  3. So, do you have to cash out each time you reach $5 or can you let it add up to a larger amount before requesting the money be deposited or sent to you as a gift card?

  4. It does take awhile for them to deposit your savings into your account so you need to be patient, but it adds. I do print out the list of the coupons so that I can remember while doing my shopping list. The ‘e-coupons’ do run out so when you see it and you want it, grab it.

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