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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

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Did you know that there are eCoupnos out that work at hundreds of different stores across the country??  Yep!  You can even use them at CVS and Rite Aid!  These are a tad different than what you might expect though, they do not come off at the register.  Instead the coupon value is put into an online account for you.

SavingStar and Upromise are kind of the same with a few differences.  First, if there is a coupon on both systems, you can only use it once.  So you need to pick which program is your primary savings choice.

The difference between them is just how you get your money back.  SavingStar, you can get your money back as soon as you reach $5 in savings.  They will give you a deposit to your bank, paypal deposit or even an Amazon giftcard.  For Upromise, this money is put towards someones college savings (so you aren’t going to see it for a bit).

The best part… you can still use a paper coupon with these!!

To find out more information, watch a video on how to save money with SavingStar or get additional information about Upromise.

Coupons on Both SavingStar and Upromise
.40/1 Argo or Kingsford’s product eCoupon
.35/1 Diamond Crystal salt sense eCoupon
.40/1 Diamond Crystal sea salt eCoupon
.40/1 Diamond Crystal kosher slat eCoupon
$2 off Essence magazine eCoupon
.40/1 Fleischmann’s yeast strip or jar eCoupon
.50/1 Gum Crayola Kids toothbrush eCoupon
.40/1 Karo syrup eCoupon
.75/2 Lucky Leaf pie filling eCoupon
$1 off McCain Purely Potatoes eCoupon
$1 off McCain sweet potato fries eCoupon
.75/1 Truvia Natural sweetener, 40 ct. + eCoupon or

Only at SavingStar
$1 off Boursin cheese eCoupon
$1/2 Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style soup eCoupon
$1/2 Campbell’s V8 V-Fusion juice, 46 oz eCoupon
.40/3 Campbell’s condensed “great for cooking” soups eCoupon
$1/2 Cheetos snacks or Fritos corn chips, 8.5 oz + eCoupon
$1 off Dove Men+Care body and face wash, 13.5 oz + eCoupon
$1/2 Lay’s Kettle Cooked potato chips, 8.5 oz + eCoupon
$2/2 Lipton bottles, 12 pk eCoupon
$1 off Lipton tea bags, 100 ct. + eCoupon
.50/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers or grahams eCoupon
$2/2 Pepsi 18-packs, 20-packs, or 24-packs, 12 oz cans eCoupon
$1 off Playtex Gentle Glide or Sport tampons eCoupon
.75/1 Schick Hydro shave gel eCoupon
.75/1 Wet Ones wipes canisters or singles eCoupon

Only at Upromise

$1 off Charmin sensitive eCoupon
$1 off Charmin ultra soft or strong AND freshmates eCoupon
$1 off Chiquita pineapple eCoupon
1% back wyb Lucky Leaf apple juice eCoupon
1% back wyb Musselman’s apple butter eCoupon
1% back wyb Musselman’s apple juice eCoupon
1% back wyb Musselman’s apple sauce eCoupon

The Pepsi coupon above… grab it!  These are on sale with Fuelperks at Bi-Lo starting Wednesday!

One note: In the south Publix stores only participate with Upromise.

    • savysaver

      Upromise is not only for college savings anymore.  They have changed their program in the recent years to where you can get the money back by check, put it in a 529 college savings plan, pay on a student loan or put it into a high yield (with strings attached, of course) savings account.  Since 2004, I have earned almost $2500 from just everyday purchases. 

      • Anonymous

        That is so good! I’ll have to sign up :) Thanks for the info.

      • Anonymous

        That is so good! I’ll have to sign up :) Thanks for the info.