Upromise – April eCoupons

by Jenn K on April 6, 2011

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A few of this month’s electronic coupons at Upromise.com include:

  • Buy 1 Weight Watchers Frozen Novelty, Save $1
  • Buy any Florida’s Natural, Save 1%
  • Buy any Filippo Berio Olive Oil, Save 1%
  • Buy 1 Sister Schubert’s Frozen Item, Save $.35
  • Buy 1 Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt, Save $.35
  • Buy 1 Heinz White Vinegar or Cider Vinegar, Save $1
  • Buy 1 Fisher Chef’s Naturals Baking Nuts, 4 oz or larger, Save $1
  • Buy any Lucky Leaf Pie Filling, Save 1%
  • Buy any Musselman’s Apple Butter, Save 1%
  • Buy 1 Bounty Paper Towel 6 ct or larger, Save $.50
  • Buy 1 Bounty Napkins, Save $.50
  • Buy 1 Charmin Mega Roll, Save $1
  • Buy 1 Charmin Basic, Save $1

More e-coupons can be found at Upromise.com!

To load up on this month’s electronic coupons, go to Upromise.com to sign up for for an account.  You can then load the electronic coupons or reload your electronic coupons to your store loyalty card!  They can be loaded onto store loyalty cards to several stores in your area, including Kroger, Meijer, Marsh and CVS, and many more.

Once loaded on your card, print out a list and keep it in your coupon binder to refer to each week when making your grocery list.  The e-coupon amount will be deposited into your Upromise account within a few weeks following your purchase.

Upromise also offers cash back deposits into your college savings account.  The amount of the percent earned when clicking through Upromise‘s website gets deposited back into your account.  Percentages vary by store.

Another great way to save a little extra while buying products you need!

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Julie April 6, 2011 at 10:52 am

I see that you are able to use uPromise eCoupons at meijer.
how? Kroger and rite aid have loyalty cards that you scan at the register….

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Karen April 7, 2011 at 7:55 am

@Julie – perhaps they load to the Meijer Community Rewards cards? I have one that is set up to donate a % of my purchase (based on the $$ spent) to my kids’ schools every time it is scanned.

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