Paperless eCoupons – Free Coupons that You Don’t Have to Print

by Frugal Simplicity

Paperless eCoupons – Free Coupons that You Don’t Have to Print

Have you heard about, or used, the new paperless coupon company called SavingStar?  They recently launched. SavingStar makes it really super to save money on groceries.

This is another way to be frugal and practice frugal living!

SavingStar’s e-coupons aren’t printable coupons. In fact, they’re totally paperless. There’s nothing to clip or print because the coupons are 100% digital. Plus they will work at over 100 grocery store chains in 24,000 stores across the nation.

Here’s how it works:

First, just select all of the e-coupons you want from the website, or from the mobile app, and they will then automatically be linked to your store card, right then.

Next, when checking out at the grocery store, simply use your card at the checkout and the money is added into your SavingStar account. Unlike tradittional printable coupons, when you use the SavingStar card, the savings won’t change your grocery bill amount at the register and the amount you save isn’t printed on the receipt. Instead, the amount you save each time you use your card at the checkout gets deposited into your SavingStar account within 2-30 days, depending upon where you shop.

Last, once your SavingStar account reaches at least $5 in savings, you can pick your payout from a bank account deposit, a PayPal account deposit, an Amazon gift card, or a use it to make a donation to charity.

 

 

 

 

 

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1 Michele November 8, 2011 at 9:07 AM

can you pair these up with manufactures coupons or no?

thanks

2 Frugal Simplicity November 8, 2011 at 9:11 AM

Michele, it would depend on your grocery store’s coupon policy. I would think that you could because of the way these coupons are used, but I would check with your grocery store.

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