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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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Wrapp.com is offering a FREE $5 Office Depot Gift Card, great for saving on all your Back to School shopping.

You will need to create an account and claim your gift card, which will then be added to your account. To redeem, download the Wrapp App for your smartphone and show your gift card in store.

There is no minimum purchase, so even if you’re not planning on doing your school shopping there, you can still get $5 worth of FREE school supplies!

This might not sound like a lot, but with Office Depot offering 1¢ storage pouches or 25¢ pencils, index cards, crayons and more, you can get all kinds of stuff! Check out this week’s deals!

You will need to have an iPhone or Android to use the gift. Gift will be valid for (30) days.

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    • Mara

      I don’t have a smart phone. But with a lot of deals popping up that are smart phone only, I wonder if the cost is justified. Anybody find this to be true? Right now, I just cannot justify it to myself, so we’ll stay smartphone-free for at least a little while longer.

      • Mike

        not for me (the cost) because there is NO service of any type where I live – I only have a pre-paid cell phone for work in case I break down since my work area is near the interstate highways

      • Erin

        I use an iPod touch, which can be used with all the apps (ibotta, Groupon, Target Cartwheel, etc) but has no monthly service contract. Of course, it only works with wifi, but more and more places have free wifi (including Target) so it hasn’t been much of an issue for me.

      • mrs b

        One of the things to consider when doing the smart phone math is that some of them can be used as hot spots–meaning you can use them to connect other devices to the internet (for a fee, of course). If you have an unlimited data plan on a cell phone that can be used as a hot spot AND you have a strong cell phone signal in your home, it might be worth your while to ditch your internet service and just use the cell phone to connect.
        (We don’t have a strong signal where we live or I’d go this route)

        I do use mine quite a bit, between shopkicks, ibotta, target text coupons, and groupon plus living social. We don’t have a land line so it makes sense for us. I do cartwheel but print the sheet out to scan (only because I usually have at least one target mobile coupon and one shopkick gift card to scan and don’t want to hold the line up any more than I need to).

        We also have a new baby, so being able to send pictures immediately to my parents out of state through email or text is valuable to me.

        Check to see if you are eligible for cell phone discounts through an employer or other organizations you belong to as well. Our discount through work cuts 20% off the total of our bill.

      • tori729

        Ok you could do the opposite of Mrs. B and use your internet connecition to make phone calls. I bought my smartphone right out (used on Ebay) and use a couple specific apps to route my calls and use my wifi at home for minutes. I have a prepaid plan that costs me $10 a month for 130 minutes and I never go over. My hubby is also on the plan with a nonsmart phone and just uses the minutes on the plan. It saves us about $600 a year and I can use all the fun apps! The only thing is we don’t have data at all so I have to rely on store wifi if I need to use apps in store. So apps like shopkick don’t work for me. I downloaded wrapp but I’m not sure if it will work for me unless a store has wifi.

    • Rachel Mae Campbell

      Is there a way to get it if you already have the ap?

    • nchoneybee

      is anyone else bothered by allowing a company to access your fb profile info (including photo, names of friends, privacy settings & “certain other information”)? check their terms of service! I don’t think it’s worth $5 here and there to me.

    • Amy

      I get to selecting the friends and then it doesn’t deliver. Any suggestions?

    • tori729

      Ok how do I know if any of my friends have this app too so I can send them/request gcs from them?