There are some great coupons out on SavingStar now. What's SavingStar?
SavingStar, is a great new digital couponing service that works on a different business model than most types of coupons and doesn't conflict with conventional paper couponing. Here's how it works:
- Select the eCoupons you like on the website or mobile app, and they are automatically linked to your store loyalty card. You can register your CVS, Kroger store, Rite Aid, Albertson's, ShopRite, Waldbaum's, Stop 'n Shop and Pathmark loyalty cards, and tons of others.
- Use your store loyalty card when you checkout at the store, and the money is added to your SavingStar account. The savings don't change your bill at the register and the savings are not printed on the receipt. Instead, they get deposited into your account within 7-30 days, depending upon where you shop.
- SavingStar eCoupons are totally stackable with conventional paper coupons! So you can keep on couponing the "regular" way, while you are accumulating your savings in your SavingStar account!
- Once your SavingStar account reaches $5 in savings, you can pick your payout from a bank account deposit, a PayPal account deposit, or an Amazon gift card. Fantastic.
Click here to join SavingStar. I'm doing some business traveling in Nebraska with my husband now, and between my last two shopping runs to CVS and Bakers (the Omaha Krogers affiliate), I scored an additional $21 in my SavingStar account. I love that I did this without clipping a single coupon.
And here are some of my favorite current SavingStar eCoupons available. There are lots more on the site.
Pair this with $1/1 Colgate coupon found here.
Pair this with the $0.35 Fleischmann's yeast coupon found here.
Pair this with the $0.35 Karo corn syrup coupon found here.
Pair this the $0.30/1 coupon for Argo baking powder found here.