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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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Here are some new SavingStar and Upromise eCoupons that make for a fantastic deal at Kroger!  If you pair either of the PlugIns Scented Oil coupons with a manufacturer’s coupon you can get these items for free!  (They are regularly $1.49)

$1/2 Glade carpet & room odor eliminator items (SavingStar) (Upromise)
$1 off Glade decor scents holder (SavingStar) (Upromise)
$1 off Glade PlugIns Scented Oil twin refill (lSavingStar) (Upromise)
$1 off Glade PlugIns Scented Oil warmer (SavingStar) (Upromise)

    • maria

      there is also a b1g1 free target coupon to match on their site the refill and a 7/15ss b1g1 free makes them free together

    • SmoochTheCook

      I did the wisk deal this week and checked savingstar for a payout and it didn’t even register that I’d bought ANY.  :(

      • Girlyghoul

        If you bought the Wisk at Kroger’s you probably won’t see it for a while. All Saving Star transactions depend on whenever the store reports back to SS and apparently Kroger’s is one of the slowest about this. I did the Windex/Scrubbing Bubbles deal at Kroger’s and it didn’t show up in my savings for almost a month. I’ve also done the Wisk deal and as of now it’s not registering. But as long as you get it in before the deadline, it should work.

    • Molly E.

      When you do one of the savings star “one or many trips” coupon, is it the regular price or sales price that is used to calculate the how much you have spent towards the indicate goal (such as spend $15 on Wisk)?

      • Girlyghoul

        I actually asked SavingStar this question when I was doing the Windex/Scrubbing Bubbles deal because they were also part of a Kroger deal which would take off even more upon check out. I was told that they go by the final price you pay. So last week Krogers had Wisk on sale for $4.49 (I think) but if you bought 10 mega deal items it would make the Wisk $3.99. If you only bought one item Saving Star would be counting that Wisk as $4.49. But if you bought one and nine other Mega Deal items, SS would count it as $3.99. 

        What I’m really unsure of is what they do about coupons (I didn’t think to ask that at the time) Last week I bought 4 Wisks (along with other Mega Deal items) and had four coupons which took off an additional $5 (one of them was $2 off) So the register rang up $15.96 worth of Wisk – which would meet the Saving Star requirement. But then I had $5 worth of coupons – but on the register tape, it just shows coupons being used. It doesn’t state that they’re for Wisk.

        The FAQ on Saving Star states that you CAN use a manufacturer’s coupon along with a Saving Star offer since they don’t have a way to track it now. But some day down the line they may add a way to prevent that. However, I’m sure they mean that for single offers, and I don’t know about these One or Many deals.
        There may be some code that Krogers sends to Saving Star to tell them Wisk coupons were used and so I really only spent $10.96 on Wisk and therefore wouldn’t get the SS deal. This is why it’s sort of a bummer that Krogers is so slow to send their data to SS. It makes it impossible to tell how close you are to the goal.

        I’m actually curious to see how it turns out. If I get the deal- that’s awesome because it would mean an extra $5 back.

        But if I don’t, no harm no foul. I still got $5 off an already low sale price on detergent which is usually pretty expensive.