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

on 4.1.2011 at 10:26am

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Upromise April eCoupons are up!. They have over $25 in coupons this month. These are easy to sign up for and use.  This is an extra savings at any store you shop at, so you should be using them!!

My favorite this month the $1 off White Vinegar, perfect for dying Easter Eggs!!

To get started:

1. Sign up for Upromise
2. Enter your store loyalty card numbers

Load all the coupons you want (have them saved for any purchases during the month!
4. Your coupons are available on every store card you have entered. So where ever you buy the item you’ll get your money back!

These are a little different than the other e coupons:

1. You can use them at almost any store!
2. The money does not come off at the register but is put in your Upromise account.

Can I use a coupon too?
Yes! These are not tied to coupons or discounts in the store.

I don’t have a kid…
Not a problem. We had a Upromise account for almost 2 years before our kids were born. Once we had kids we went in and changed it our of our names to our kids names. Grandparents can also sign up and have it go to their grandchildren! We have 3 sets of grandparents all saving a little bit for our kiddos. You can change the beneficiary at any time.

The Coupons

$1 off BIC Flex 4 Shaver
$1.50 off BIC Hybrid Advanced Shaver
.50/1 Bounty Paper Towels
.50/1 Bounty Napkins
$1 off Charmin Basic Bath Tissue
$1 off Charmin Mega Roll Bath Tissue
.35/1 Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt
.35/1 Diamond Crystal Salt Sense
.35/1 Diamond Crystal Sea Salt
.50/1 Diamond Crystal Water Softener Salt
.50/1 Elmer’s Project Popperz
.50/1 Elmer’s School Glue, Glue-All or Glue Sticks
.55/1 Farmland Bacon
.55/1 Farmland Breakfast Links or Roll Sausage
.55/1 Farmland Cubed, Diced or Julienne Ham or Turkey
$1 off Farmland Fully Cooked Bacon
$1 off Farmland Fully Cooked Breakfast Links or Patties
$1 off Farmland Seasoned Pork
$1 off Fisher Chef’s Naturals Baking Nuts, 4 oz +
.55/1 Fisher Culinary Touch Cooking and Baking Nut Blend
.55/1 Fisher Fusion Snack Mixes
.75/1 Fisher Snack Almonds, Cashews, Mixed Nuts or Pecans
.50/1 Heinz Cocktail Sauce
$1 off Heinz White or Cider Vinegar
.50/1 Krazy Glue
.35/1 Marzetti Dressing
.25/1 New York Croutons and Toppings
.25/1 New York Frozen Bread
.40/1 No Yolks product
.50/2 Puffs Plus Tissue with Lotion
.50/2 Puffs Plus Tissue with Vicks
.50/2 Puffs Ultra Soft and Strong Tissue
.35/1 Sister Schubert’s Frozen Item
$1/2 Snyder’s of Hanover product, 6 oz +
.40/1 Wacky Mac and Cheese Dinner
.40/1 Wacky Mac Veggie Pasta
$1 off Weight Watchers Frozen Novelty

Unlimited Use Coupons

3% Back wyb any BIC Shaver
1% Back wyb Flippo Berio Olive Oil
1% Back wyb Florida Natural any juice
1% Back wyb Lucky Leaf Apple Juice
1% Back wyb Lucky Leaf Pie Filling
1% Back wyb Musselman’s Apple Butter
1% Back wyb Musselman’s Apple Sauce

    • Jjlsaver

      How does UPromise work?? Is it like the Kroger ecoupons?? Also, is there a “publix card”?

      • There is a card for Publix just ask customer service for it and you're ready to go.

        These are actually the opposite of Kroger eCoupons, they don't come off at the register but the value is put into your Upromise savings account. So you can still use paper coupons and other discounts how you would like and you'll still get th extra savings!

        • Sscloninger

          So our register total will be the same since the value of the ecoupon or % off is going to our Upromise account? Is Upromise is just an aid to help you save?

          Is there any advantage to using Upromise as opposed to just putting that amount in the (piggy) bank? Do you have one of your great scenarios? :)

    • Amgtt_18

      I am confused with Upromise? Do I have to shop online or can I shop in store to get the savings? For example, we frequently make trips to Home Depot in my house, but rarely shop online, can I get savings from this? Also how do you earn savings from gas, groceries, and restaurant? This is so confusing! I checked their site, but every time I click on these areas they want me to sign up for a credit card.

      • Marinka115

        You have to register all your debit/credit cards that you use and also all your store shopper cards (cvs, riteaid, ingles, kroger etc.) Get a upromise card at publix at the customer service desk and register it online also. Load your ecoupons at the beginning of the month, get gas at participating gas stations (all exxons I believe) and then eat out at participating restaurants (there should be a list online). Upromise tracks all your purchases through all the registered shopper and debit/credit cards. It takes several weeks to promise (gas takes over a month) and you'll start seeing money deposited in your account a little at a time. You can also shop online through the links provided (similar to ebates, bigcrumbs etc) but the percentage back isn't always as good as the other sites. It's going to take forever but a little savings here and there goes a long way! Hope that helps!

        • Marinka115

          ***several weeks to “process” not promise :)

    • I'd like to clarify some things about Upromise as the money ***CAN*** be used for ***ANY*** purpose you want—***NOT*** just college savings! You can get your money just by asking for it in writing & you can use it for anything you want! Jenny, would you please update your post to reflect this info for everyone? Thank you!

      I've been making one or two withdrawals per year from them for the last 8 years by simply following these instructions copied & pasted from the Upromise site itself (“Help”>”Frequently Asked Questions”>”How to Save”):

      “Can I withdraw company contributions from my Upromise account without transferring them to a savings plan, and if so, how?
      You can withdraw your Upromise contributions at any time during your membership. To withdraw company contributions from your Upromise account, submit a letter in writing to Upromise requesting a withdrawal from your Upromise account. The letter must state your full name, account number, address, telephone number and the exact amount that you would like to withdraw, up to the total amount available in your account. Pending contributions are not eligible for withdrawal. If your withdrawal is under $1,000 or does not need to be notarized or contain a Signature Guarantee you may fax the request to 617-559-2481

      For the protection of our members, we require that your letter either be notarized or contain a Signature Guarantee if the withdrawal request is in excess of $1,000. A Signature Guarantee is a guarantee you can obtain from a financial institution, such as your bank, that your signature is yours and that it is genuine.
      Withdrawal letters should be sent to:

      ATTN: Customer Care
      P.O. Box 55555
      Boston, MA 02205-5555

      Download Withdrawal Request Form

      Checks are sent once per calendar quarter, so you should typically receive your check within 12 weeks of your request being received.
      To make your savings work for you, you may want to consider transferring your company contributions to an investing plan for a future college student.”

    • Tatsmom25

      I'm trying to use Upromise again. I haven't had much luck. I have a card for every store I go to attached, plus my bank card. In the last 8 years, I've accumulated $.81. It shows I redeemed a coupon but never added anything to my balance. I'm not sure it's worth the trouble when they have so few coupons available anyway.

    • Blink_11

      Ahhhh, I wish the Weight Watchers had been last month :(

    • Laura

      I use UPromise but I'm a little confused by it… if I have a $1.00 coupon on Upromise for an item that's $1.99, do I pay 99 cents at the register or do I pay $1.99 and $1.00 of that goes to my Upromise account?