Cellfire – Electronic Coupons

by Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom on April 21, 2009

Don’t want to clip coupons each week from the newspaper?  Want an easier and more “techy” way to save on your groecries!?!

Let me introduce you to the Cellfire electronic coupons program

You can sign up for the program and load coupons “electronically” to your grocery store loyalty card.  These “electronic” coupons will automatically be deducted from your receipt when you use your card at the store.  (Please note: If a coupon you loaded does not come off your receipt, please contact Cellfire customer service!)

The process is simple and just takes a few minutes to sign up.  You sign up using your cell phone number (or email address), they will text/email you with a confirmation code.  When signing up, you will enter the number that appears on your keychain tag for your store’s card.  Once the signup is complete, you can load your card with coupons.  New coupons come out about every 2 weeks and you can add those to your card as well!  You can also load coupons to your cell phone for other vendors.  You show the coupon code on your phone to the store clerk to further your savings!  More information at Cellfire.com!

A few of the current Cellfire coupons are:

$.25 off Cottonelle
$1 off any Huggies package
$.60 off Bisquick baking mix (40 oz or larger)
$.50 off any Old El Paso product
$.50 off YoPlus 4-pack
$.60 off any Chex Mix product
$1.50 off any Axe hair product
And more!

You can sign up at Cellfire.com, or by clicking on the Cellfire banner in my sidebar.  Once signed up, you can load coupons directly from the banner in my sidebar onto your card!  Simple and sweet!!!

Cellfire Electronic Coupons can be used at all Kroger family stores, including Kroger, King Soopers, Dillons, City Market, Gerbes, Hilander, JayC Food Stores, Payless, QFC, Ralphs, Scotts, Smiths and Bakers.

A few other notes about electronic coupons:  They are redeemed at face value, meaning they do not double.  They are NOT to be used in conjunction with a paper coupon.

If you have questions, please visit the FAQ post at Cellfire.com!

So head on over to Cellfire.com (or click on the banner in the sidebar) to sign up and SAVE!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

tracy April 21, 2009 at 10:02 pm

i would just like to know if the coupons r good for canada to ? thanks tracy

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Tammy April 23, 2009 at 8:15 am

Hi,
I am among the Coupon Queens!!! I just went to King Soopers on Monday (4/20) and my bill came to $159 and with my King Soopers card and all of my coupons, I wrote my check for $40.15. My shopping cart was full!!! My husband and daughter came with me and he found something that HE just HAD to have and so that brought my savings down just a tad. I love couponing!!!

Sincerely,
Tammy
Aurora, CO

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