There’s a new e-coupon site called SavingStar, which works more like Upromise than Shortcuts. You load coupons to your store loyalty card, then get the money back via Paypal when you reach the $5 minimum payout level (they have other payment options too, including Amazon credit). The products listed are mainstream, name brand products and in fact, I included SavingStar coupons in this week’s Ralphs match ups. One of the nice things about these types of e-coupons is that you can also use a paper coupon because there’s no paper vs. e-coupon discount conflict at the register. The only downside is that I’ve read on the coupon forums that it can take a while for the savings to be reflected in your SavingStar account, so keep that in mind.
Coupons.com has some new coupons, including $0.55/1 Gerber Graduates pasta or meals, $1/2 Gerber yogurt or fruit & veggie melts, $2/1 Visine product (redeemable at CVS only?), and $1/1 Blue Dog Bakery Treats.
Get 15 boxes of Kraft Mac & Cheese for $9.76 from Amazon when you use Subscribe & Save – that works out to $0.65 per box. You might be able to do better with the right sale and coupons, but this is a pretty good deal and you don’t have to leave your house!
If the printable Target coupon for $1/1 Sharpie product is still available, print it now as 2-packs will reportedly be on sale for $1 next week, so they’ll be free after coupon. (Via Common Sense with Money.)
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