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20% off apples through SavingStar

SavingStar released a brand new produce coupon today: Save 20% on any single purchase of loose apples at participating retailers. One time use only.  Expires 6/30/14.

New to Saving Star? It's super-easy to use. Join here and check to see which of your local stores qualifies as a SavingStar vendor.  Almost any store with a loyalty or membership card (like any Kroger affiliates, Albertson's, Pathmark, Rite Aid, Waldbaum, Stop 'N Shop, ShopRite, CVS, etc.) qualifies.  Here in Denver, I use King Soopers as my primary SavingStar store.  When I'm in New York, it's Shop Rite.

And last week, SavingStar announced some BIG news.  Starting next month, in July, you'll be able to redeem SavingStar coupons in new major store chains:  Walmart, Target, Kmart, Meijer, Walgreens Dollar General, Family Dollar and WinCo!  That will make it easier than ever to use SavingStar's valuable produce and free-item ecoupons.  

Each Tuesday, SavingStar features an ecoupon on a produce item and each Friday, SavingStar features an ecoupon for a free item (many of which are kosher), meaning that when you activate the coupon and purchase the item at one of their vendors and swipe your loyalty card at purchase, they will give you back 100% of the value of the item. And especially now, when they are planning on including SO many new stores as SavingStar eligible, it really pays to join SavingStar!

Here's how to cash in on SavingStar ecoupons.  Register your shopper's loyalty card in your Saving Star account and activate any of the ecoupons you want.  Then shop for the items listed on the ecoupons and make sure you swipe your shoppers loyalty card at checkout.  (And yes, you can use regular paper coupons on top of SavingStar ecoupons.) Once you've purchased an item, the amount of the coupon will be deposited in your SavingStar account and you can withdraw it (once it reaches $5) as cash or a gift card.

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