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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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August Upromise eCoupons

on 8.4.2011 at 9:00am

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The August Upromise eCoupons are now available! These are easy extra savings on top of store and manufacturer’s coupons. I suggest you go ahead and load them while you warm up your printer for all the other new coupons this month!

To get started:

1. Sign up for Upromise
2. Enter your store loyalty card numbers
3. 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:

$2 off Aleve product, 20 ct. + eCoupon
$1 off Bayer Aspirin product eCoupon
.50/1 Bounty napkins eCoupon
.50/1 Bounty paper towels, 6 ct. + eCoupon
$1 off Charmin Sensitive bath tissue eCoupon
$1 off Charmin Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong Mega roll bath tissue eCoupon
.35/1 Diamond Crystal Kosher salt eCoupon
.35/1 Diamond Crystal Salt Sense eCoupon
.35/1 Diamond Crystal Sea salt eCoupon
.50/1 Diamond Crystal Water Softener salt eCoupon
.50/1 Elmer’s Project Popperz eCoupon
.75/1 Elmer’s School Glue, Glue-All or Glue Sticks eCoupon
.50/1 Krazy Glue product eCoupon
$1 off L’oreal Studio Line Styling product eCoupon
.75/1 L’oreal Vive Pro shampoo or conditioner eCoupon
1% off Lucky Leaf Apple juice eCoupon
1% off Lucky Leaf Pie filling eCoupon
1% off Musselman’s Apple butter eCoupon
1% off Musselman’s Apple juice eCoupon
1% off Musselman’s Apple sauce eCoupon
.40/1 No Yolks product eCoupon
$1 off One A Day multivitamin eCoupon
$2 off Phillip’s product eCoupon
.40/1 Wacky Mac & Cheese dinner eCoupon
.40/1 Wacky Mac Veggie pasta eCoupon

    • LeAnn

      How do you link them to Publix, since they don't have a shopper card? Thanks!

      • Matt

        you can pick you up a UPromise shoppers card at Publix Customer Service and then enter the number from it online at UPromise. They give you some for your keychain and a bigger plastic one.

    • Jjlsaver

      Ok, so let's say I go buy an Alieve product at Kroger and have a coupon loaded to my UPromise card. I can use a mfr coupon at Kroger for the Alieve, then I will also receive $2 in my Upromise account for purchasing the Alieve?

      At what point can the money be withdrawn–when it's college time for the kiddos?

    • Rootwo

      Don't really get it.  What's in it for them?  Do they cut you a check?  How do you request a check?  This is really new to me.

      • Save1moredollar

        I am guessing the company can track all of your expenditures using the cards (Upromise card or the store cards you connect it to) and they are able to use it for marketing research or other things like that.

    • LWC

      Don't forget if you also subscribe to SavingStar (which services Upromise) you will only get the coupon once.  Meaning once you choose the coupon on Upromise, you will not see it again to choose on SavingStar and vice versa.   That way, if you want the cash, use the Saving Star coupons.  If you want to save for education, use the Upromise.  All up to what your goals are.   Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

      • Amhebb

        true – and be aware the PUBLIX does not use savings star yet, so if you load it to savings star you can not use it at PUBLIX – for instance I preloaded the Aleve to savings star so now I will lose that coupon for the publix deal this week

      • Hannah E.

        Thats why I cant get the coupons!! THanks!!

    • LWC

      Checked the Upromise website and it says you can also request a check for earnings of $10 or more once per quarter.

    • Shavon

      When you sign up for upromise…..do you have to get their credit card?? I really don't want to mess with a credit card….

      • Trina

        No I'm pretty sure you can bypass it.. It pops up everytime I go on the site but I ignore it..

      • millie

        NO! there is a place toward the middle of the page that says “no thanks, continue to homepage” it pops every time for me and i just skip it with no problem.

    • Trina

      I don't see the Aleve listed.. ??

    • millie

      a lot of these are not showing up on my page…not sure what is going on with that, maybe they are just slow loading them this  month (sure hope so).  thanks jenny!!!!!

      • Hannah E.

        same here. They come up on the screen for a moment then they are gone…who knows!

    • Jule

      Can someone tell me how the Upromise work? I just added my cards and added the Ecoupons that I want. So when I use my card, and I buy one of the item, how is it supposed to help me save, and how do I use the Upromise points or rewards?

      • Lisabluedevil

        Upromise is a college savings account.  Small amounts are put in your account over the years and you can pull it out when your child is ready to start school.

    • EvanGreggs

      I just paid $ 23.86 for an iPhone and my girlfriend loves her Dell laptop that we got for $ 38.76 there arriving tomorrow by UPS I will never pay such expensive retail prices in stores again. Especially when I also sold a 42 inch LED TV to my boss for $ 665 which only cost me $ 62,81 to buy. Here is the website we use to get it all from, GrabPenny.com