More new General Mills on SavingStar

SavingStar added some more new (mostly) General Mills e-coupons!

  • *** Be sure to go into your SavingStar account and enter your new Jewel-Osco Fuel Rewards card number!

New e-coupons:

  • $.60 back on three Old El Paso products.
  • $.40 back on six Yoplait yogurt cups.
  • $.50 back on one Bisquick.
  • $.50 back on various cereal treat bars.
  • $.75 back on one Yoplait smoothie.
  • $.55 back on Pillsbury frozen egg biscuits or scrambles.
  • $.75 back on Fiber One cereal.
  • $.50 back on Fiber One chewy bars.
  • $1.00 back on two Dean’s dips.
  • $1.50 back on two Wasa crispbread.
  • various Diamond sea salt.

How it works

SavingStar “e-coupons” are not technically coupons, because they do not come off at the register. Instead, they’re more like rebates. Instead of coming off at the store, they deposit into your SavingStar cash back account. When you hit $5.00, you can cash out for PayPal, Amazon, direct deposit, or donate to charity.

  • It can take up to a month for purchases to credit, and in Chicagoland, Jewel-Osco, CVS, Schnucks, and Mariano’s participate. See what stores are available in your own area.

Head over, sign up, add the numbers on the back of your cards, then select the e-coupons you want to load to your card. I always just load everything, because you never know what you’ll buy ;)

New SavingStar e-coupons for a rainy (here!) Thursday

Here’s another new batch of new SavingStar e-coupons for your Thursday!

*** Be sure to go into your SavingStar account and enter your new Jewel-Osco Fuel Rewards card number!

New e-coupons:

  • Several Glade coupons ranging from Decor Scents to Plugins scented oil warmer.
  • $1.25 back on two Marie’s salad dressings.

How it works

SavingStar “e-coupons” are not technically coupons, because they do not come off at the register. Instead, they’re more like rebates. Instead of coming off at the store, they deposit into your SavingStar cash back account. When you hit $5.00, you can cash out for PayPal, Amazon, direct deposit, or donate to charity.

  • It can take up to a month for purchases to credit, and in Chicagoland, Jewel-Osco, CVS, Schnucks, and Mariano’s participate. See what stores are available in your own area.

Head over, sign up, add the numbers on the back of your cards, then select the e-coupons you want to load to your card. I always just load everything, because you never know what you’ll buy ;)

Cleaning coupons and eeeee coupons

Who’s up for some belated spring cleaning? of my house, please…

So, first go over to Dominick’s Just for U and load some new cleaning coupons to your card, including $1.00/1 Clorox 2, $1.00/2 Clorox wipes, $1.00/1 Windex and more.

Now, head to Coupons.com and handily pre-clip six SC Johnson cleaning coupons:

  • Save $1.00 on any TWO Windex, Scrubbing Bubbles, or Fantastik products
  • Save $2.00 on any TWO Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Gel products
  • Save $1.50 off any 2 Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush Refill products
  • Save $2.00 on Armstrong Concentrated Floor Cleaner
  • $1 off Comet Stainless Steel cleaning item (Redeem only at Target)
  • Save $0.75 off any ONE (1) Comet Bathroom Spray

Note: this will “clip” all six, so de-select the ones you don’t want before printing!

Upromise — Sign up already and June e-coupons


Turn Your Everyday Spending into College Savings!

I just realized I haven’t mentioned Upromise in a while — but if you haven’t yet signed up, do it. :) And if you have signed up, head over and load your new June e-coupons!

June e-coupons

As with SavingStar, these do not come off at the register. But when you load e-coupons and buy the items using your registered store loyalty cards, such as your Jewel card or CVS card, the money goes back into your Upromise college savings account. June e-coupons include:

  • $.50 back on one Yellow Box Cheerios
  • $.40 back on six Yoplait yogurt cups
  • $.50 back on two Betty Crocker fruit snacks
  • $.55 back on one Fisher item 4oz+
  • … and more!

What is Upromise?

Upromise lets you earn towards college (or towards paying off college loans) through everyday activities.

They work in part like any other cash back site — shop through them and get a % back as college savings — but have additional opportunities, such as cash back for travel through places like Expedia, cash back for dining out when you use a registered credit card at participating restaurants, cash back through loading e-coupons onto your grocery cards, and so on. $ earned goes into your Upromise account, which you can link to a 529 or cash out to deposit into your own 529 account. Designate anyone you want as the beneficiary, so if you don’t have kids, you can use for your own education or loans, godkids, nieces, whoever you like.

No, you won’t pay for a whole college education with this — but every little bit helps, and you might as well get cash back for things you’re doing anyway!

SavingStar — someone’s gonna win $500 in free groceries and Quaker update




Head over and sign your cards up with SavingStar, if you haven’t yet. Now through Feb. 27 every SavingStar member is entered to win $500 in free groceries.

Now, some of you have mentioned that your Quaker purchases at Jewel aren’t tracking correctly. They’re responding to emails about that saying that they know there has been a tracking problem with Jewel in particular, and that they are working on it. So, hopefully they’ll get that fixed soon!

New SavingStar e-coupons to load


Here are some new SavingStar e-coupons to load!

SavingStar “e-coupons” are not technically coupons, because they do not come off at the register. Instead, they’re more like rebates. Instead of coming off at the store, they deposit into your SavingStar cash back account. When you hit $5.00, you can cash out for PayPal, Amazon, direct deposit, or donate to charity.

  • It can take up to a month for purchases to credit, and in Chicagoland, Jewel-Osco, CVS, and Mariano’s participate. See what stores are available in your own area.

Head over, sign up, add the numbers on the back of your cards, then select the e-coupons you want to load to your card. I always just load everything, because you never know what you’ll buy ;)

New on SavingStar — YoBaby, Kashi, Marie’s and more



SavingStar added a few more since I told you about the ConAgra ones yesterday! Head over to SavingStar and load:

  • $.50 back on one YoBaby 4-pack.
  • $.50 back on 3 cups of Stonyfield Farm yogurt.
  • $1.50 back on two boxes Kashi TLC granola bars.
  • $1.00 back on one box Kashi pita crisps.
  • $1.00 back on one Marie’s product.
  • $1.00 back on two Huggies baby wipes.
  • $2.00 back on one Huggies Little Movers slip-on diapers.
  • $1.00 back on Disney or Marvel vitamin gummies. <– I JUST BOUGHT THESE TODAY before seeing this. Grr.

… and a few more. But I have to go stand over a child who is not doing his homework right now so I’ll let you find them — click “see all” on the bottom right.

SavingStar “e-coupons” are not technically coupons, because they do not come off at the register. Instead, they’re more like rebates. Instead of coming off at the store, they deposit into your SavingStar cash back account. When you hit $5.00, you can cash out for PayPal, Amazon, direct deposit, or donate to charity.

It can take up to a month for purchases to credit, and in Chicagoland Jewel, CVS, and Mariano’s participate. See what stores are available in your own area.

Head over, sign up, add the numbers on the back of your cards, then select the e-coupons you want to load to your card. I always just load everything, because you never know what you’ll buy ;)

SavingStar reminder — these are like rebates, not coupons

I’ve gotten a couple of questions about SavingStar recently from people wondering why these didn’t come off at the register. SavingStar “e-coupons” are not really coupons. Instead, they’re more like rebates.

These don’t come off at the store, but instead deposit into your SavingStar cash back account. When you hit $5.00, you can cash out for PayPal, Amazon, direct deposit, or donate to charity. It can take up to a month for purchases to credit, and in our area Jewel and CVS participate. If you load e-coupons here, you can’t load the same ones on Upromise, since the sites are connected.

Load your SavingStar e-coupons here. New July e-coupons include Skinny Cow, Lean Cuisine, Nestle morsels, Juicy Juice, Fisher snack nuts, Aleve, One-A-Day, Purina ONE, and more.

I’m up to about $4.50 in my account just from normal shopping over the last month, and don’t think everything’s credited yet — so it’s worth loading everything  just in case there’s a sale during the month :)

Oh, and while we’re talking coupon ethics — e-coupons

I ran across this the other day and forgot to post it, but the discussions of coupon ethics reminded me. Some of you have been uncomfortable with the idea of stacking e-coupons from Shortcuts, Cellfire, Coupons.com, and PG eSaver with manufacturer paper coupons at Dominick’s.

Well, Charlene over at My Frugal Adventures talked to the person who wrote Safeway’s official coupon policy, and was informed that it’s OK to stack coupons and e-coupons… unless you live in Hawaii. Which is actually spelled out in the new policy. So, stack with impunity! :) Um, I guess unless you live in Hawaii. (Why, I do not know.)