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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

Going Nuts? I can help you understand coupon terms and abbreviations

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New SavingStar and Upromise eCoupons are now available!  The first set of coupons can be found on both SavingStar and Upromise.  If you are want two of any of those item, you can take advantage of both programs and double your savings!

The last two sets are exclusive to those sites.  I’m excited about the new Kraft macaroni & cheese deal on SavingStar!  You can purchase in separate shopping trips and you have until October 10th!

New to these programs?  See these previous posts to find out how to get started on SavingStar and Upromise.

New from SavingStar and Upromise
.55/1 Dean’s dips, 12 oz+ printable
.75/1 Gum Crayola Kids or Star Wars Kids toothbrush printable
.75/1 Gum Go-Betweens printable
.75/1 Gum Eez-Thru flosser printable
$2 off InStyle September issue printable
$2 off People StyleWatch September issue printable
.75/1 Truvia natural sweetener, 40 ct.+ printable
.75/1 Truvia baking blend w/ sugar printable
$1/2 Ziploc bags printable
$1/2 Ziploc containers printable

Only on SavingStar
$5/15 Kraft macaroni & cheese dinner boxes, 5.5 or 7.25 oz printable

Only on Upromise
$1 off Charmin Sensitive printable
$2 off Charmin Ultra Soft or Strong AND Freshmates printable

    • Jessica

      Are these coupons that I can print out and use at Walmart?  Sorry I’m new to your website so trying to learn out these coupons work…Thanks

      • Kylie

        No. You have to sign up for this website and add your store loyalty cards that participate. These savings do not come off at the register, but show up in your account within 30 days and when you get at least $5 in your account then you get to pick your payout. These are used in addition to regular coupons. HTH

        • Stephanie0229

          Thanks for letting me know as well. I forgot that these were upromise/savingstar coupons. I rarely print these out so i tend to forget

          • Lindsayhunton

             I can see where the confusion would come from since it does say “printable”. Not sure why it says that.

            • Kylie

              I think she does that as a way to link you to the website because she does that with all the electronic coupons

            • Stephanie0229

              I’m still learning, but I’m glad that there are people here to correct me I am wrong, makes the learning process much easier. thanks everyone! and I did not mean print, sorry lol. I didn’t have enough sleep so I was not thinking clearly. Thanks again!

          • SavingStar

            Hi Stephanie, Please note that there is nothing to print out. Usually Jenny writes “ecoupon” but I think accidentally wrote “printable” this time. You can link the offers to your store loyalty cards. Thanks, Josh

      • Stephanie0229

        Unless the coupons state “redeem at…” and then names a specific store you should be able to use it at any store that accepts coupons (walmart does). Read up on your store’s coupon policy and any limitations stated on the coupon. You should look at the “Learn to Coupon” link at the top of the page. I’m still somewhat new to couponing but the link has really helped me to understand how to coupon.

        Good Luck!

    • nc_sunshine

      FYI, it doesn’t seem you can “double your savings” by having both a Savingstar and a UPromise account. They appear to link them (without your knowledge), perhaps via the credit cards your register. Thus, when you select all the coupons you want via Savingstar, if you then log into UPromise — there are nearly no coupons left to select. It even says on UPromise’s site that their system is “powered by Savingstar”. Clearly, they’re linked so that you can only choose most of the coupons from one of the sites, but not both. HTH!

    • nc_sunshine

      FYI, it doesn’t seem you can “double your savings” by having both a Savingstar and a UPromise account. They appear to link them (without your knowledge), perhaps via the credit cards your register. Thus, when you select all the coupons you want via Savingstar, if you then log into UPromise — there are nearly no coupons left to select. It even says on UPromise’s site that their system is “powered by Savingstar”. Clearly, they’re linked so that you can only choose most of the coupons from one of the sites, but not both. HTH!

      • Moonbeam

        Hi, NC Sunshine,
        Thanks so much for answering a big mystery for me! I have been trying to select the September U-Promise coupons for Ziplock bags and containers and either they don’t show up on the U-Promise list or they disappear just as soon as I try to click on them.  I even e-mailed U-Promise and then had to call them.  No one could help me.  Reading your post, I now know that these coupons were not available for both programs, and I did, indeed, click on them in Savingstar.  Thanks so much for solving this for me! –M