For me, coupons have become a shopping staple, but I have to admit that all that clipping and sorting can be a pain sometimes. That’s why I’ve decided to dedicate this post to a few trusty (and free!) paperless coupon sources. The process is simple: sign up online, load their coupons on your store’s shopping card, and they’ll automatically deduct when you scan your card at the checkout. The best part is that you can stack these coupons with paper coupons, so you can often get items for dirt cheap or even free!
The downside is that not every store has these services yet. Most of the following services only work at select merchants.
Cellfire: With Cellfire, you have the option of loading coupons onto a store card or downloading them to your compatible cell phone. In addition to grocery coupons, you can also get discounts for restaurants, movie rentals, and more! Sign up and enter your zip code to check out your local deals.
P&G e-Saver: Anyone who buys the Sunday paper for the coupons should be familiar with the monthly P&G Saver coupons for personal care and health products. Did you know they also have the paperless version, P&G e-Saver? The paperless coupons are currently only available at Kroger stores, but anyone can sign up to receive e-newsletters featuring additional coupons and sample offers!
Upromise: Earn some extra money for college or pay off qualified student expenses with UPromise.com. The program has TONS of partners, including restaurants, grocery stores, drugstores, and online retailers. For a more detailed look at how this program works, click here.
If anyone knows of any other good paperless coupon sources, just let me know and I’ll feature them in a future post!