Introducing a new way to save on groceries..Nothing to Clip..Nothing to Print..SavingStar.com
Here's how it works:
CLICK: Select the eCoupons you like and they'll link them to your store loyalty cards.
SHOP: Use your loyalty card at checkout (note: your bill will stay the same).
SAVE: Your money is automatically added to your SavingStar account!
Then, once you save $5, you can choose from these payout options:
- Bank Deposit
- Amazon Gift Card
- American Forests
A few facts about SavingStar:
- SavingStar is the first national, fully digital, grocery eCoupon service, available for free at www.savingstar.com and on iPhone and Android mobile apps. There's nothing to clip, nothing to print.
- They provide eCoupons redeemable at over 24,000 grocery and drug stores throughout the country These eCoupons are linked to customers’ loyalty cards and offer a more convenient way to save on groceries than paper coupons. SavingStar automatically adds the value of each eCoupon redeemed into users' SavingStar accounts, enabling them to pick their payout from cash to gift cards to charity donations.
- Prior to founding SavingStar, CEO David Rochon and President Michael Libenson built the grocery segment for Upromise.com enabling eCoupons for its 13 million members who save for college. SavingStar’s founding team spun off from Upromise in 2010, and the company now also powers Upromise’s Grocery eCoupons.
- SavingStar is based in Waltham, MA.
I checked my zip code, but there are none in my area. There are 3 stores that are participating in Big Town: CVS, Jewel-Osco, and Kroger, but I still have to drive 45 miles. So, this program will probably not work as well for me as it will for some of you. Eventually, though, I can foresee that more and more stores will "go digital" as compared to the paper coupon route.
You can also read more about SavingStar here: wsj.com/savingstar
What do you think about this?
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Darn. Nothing local around here either...ReplyDelete