SavingStar and Snap: Two Cash Back Offers for Lettuce!

The coupons I love the most are those that save me money on fresh foods!  SavingStar has a new healthy offer this week to receive 20% cash back on your purchase of lettuce (up to $10) through October 13th!




While you’re at it, check your Snap by Groupon offers, too!  I have one for $0.25 cash back on any lettuce purchase!


SavingStar offer only valid on a single purchase of loose, unwrapped Lettuce. Pre-packaged produce will not qualify. Valid on purchases up to $10 (maximum $2 reward). Offer valid from 10/7/14-10/13/14. Not valid at BJ’s, Giant Eagle, Shurfine, Shursave, Kennie’s, Family Owned Markets, Thriftway, Shop n Bag or Stauffers of Kissel Hill stores. Unfortunately, this offer cannot be used when you weigh and tag the produce yourself prior to checkout.

SavingStar: New Offers for Smart Ones, Henkel Products and More!



Take full advantage of the kids going back to school and get yourself eating healthy again with a new SavingStar offer on Weight Watchers Smart Ones.  Purchase $40 in Smart Ones entrees and you’ll receive $10 back in your SavingStar account!  Portion control can be daunting and this really helps keep you on track.  Plus, they’ve got some new steel cut oatmeal and fruit heat-and-eat cups that are a healthy and tasty quick breakfast.  Don’t wait to make a New Years resolution because they don’t always work.  Start now or get back to it!    It has been a slllooow go, but I’m down to 140 even.  I went to the doctor last week, and that was my weight.  That’s a slow pound a month for the last 8 months.  It all counts though!


There is also a $5/$20 Henkel Personal Care Products.  It includes Dial, Tone, Combat, Dry Idea, Got2B, Purex, Purex Crystals, Renuzit, right Guard, and Zout!

Be sure and claim these offers.  You must add them to your SavingStar account to receive credit.


And here are some others you may not have seen:

and other General Mills Cereal, Yoplait, Hamburger Helper and Pillsbury that also expire on 8/31!  Use them before they disappear!

SavingStar: Spend $15 on Quaker Products Get $5 Back!

Quaker is offering us $5 back for $15 spent on select Quaker products to celebrate American Heart Month.  Included products are as follows:

  • Old Fashioned Oats
  • Instant Oatmeal
  • Oatmeal Squares
  • Grits
  • Whole Hearts

You can buy them all in one trip or several as long as you purchase the required amount by February 29, 2012.  There are only limited quantities of this deal available, so you’ll definitely want to take advantage of it quickly.  The limit is one.

Also, make sure you print your $1.00/2 Instant Quaker Oatmeal, Quick or Old Fashioned Oats coupon on Facebook.  You can pair that with the SavingStar offer for additional savings.

Now, if you aren’t familiar with SavingStar, you’ll need to read more about it HERE.  If you are familiar, but not signed up, you can do that HERE.  After you’ve done that, you can go to the Quaker page dedicated to this promotion and activate your savings.

SavingStar: New Coupons! Huggies & More!

You know that if I’m quiet, it’s because I’m working on match-ups or some other project for you.  Today, it’s definitely match-ups.  With all the new coupons, we can’t afford to miss one.  Once that’s out of the way, I’ll start breaking down a few more things for you.  This one is important though.  You’ll want to get these loaded to your SavingStar account and use them before they hit the limit.

If you haven’t signed up for SavingStar, you can do that HERE or read more about it HERE.

Here is the new list:
$2.00/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip On Diapers
$1.00/2 Huggies Wipes 64ct+
$1.00/2 Gortons Frozen Seafood
$0.55/1 Johnsonville Italina Sausage
$0.55/1 Johnsonville Chicken Sausage
$2.00/1 Air Wick Freshmatic Ultra Starter Kit
$2.00/1 Air Wick Double Fresh Oil Warmer
$1.50/2 Air Wick Scented Twin Refills
$1.00/1 L’Oreal Studio Line Styler
$0.75/1 L’Oreal Vive Pro Sham or Cond
$0.75/1 Crayola Gum Kis Toothbrush
There are some other older coupons still available that expire 10/19 for One A Day, Aleve, Phillips Colon Health and more, as well as some other resets available until 10/31.

SavingStar: New eCoupons!

The first of the month means new coupons on SavingStar!   We’ve got a bunch of new ones to add to your loyalty cards.   And since the Bayer, Aleve and L’Oreal are set to expire in the next couple of days, my guess is that I better check for more then!  Busy, busy…

If you aren’t signed up with SavingStar yet, you can do that HERE.  If you would like to learn more about the program, do that HERE.

These Expire 8/17:
$0.75/1 L’Oreal Vive Sham or Cond
$1.00/1 L’Oreal Studio Line Styler
$2.00/1 Purina Dog or Puppy Chow 4lb+
$2.00/1 Purina Cat/Kitten Chow 3lb+

These expire 8/31:
$0.40/1 No Yolks
$0.40/1 Wacky Mac
$0.40/1 Wacky Mac Mac & Cheese
$0.35/1 Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt
$0.35/1 Diamond Crystal Sald Sense
$0.35/1 Diamond Crystal Sea Salt
$2.00/1 Phillips Product
$0.50/1 Diamond Crystal WAter Softener Salt
$0.50/1 Krazy Glue
$0.75/2 Emler’s Glue Sticks, Glue or Glue All
$0.50/1 Elmer’s Project Popperz
$1.00/1 Femystique (CVS)

SavingStar: Have You Signed Up Yet?

A lot of you ask me every week at AFC and here on the blog about SavingStar.  I feature it in my match-ups if there are available coupons, so I thought I’d explain the details for you so that you can start using it to save even more if you’ve been on the fence.

SavingStar parallels UPromise in some ways, but I don’t want you to get the idea that they’re similar in payout.  When you sign up with SavingStar, you’ll enter information from your store loyalty cards (Kroger, Albertsons, Giant)  as you do with Upromise.  From there, you’ll add coupons directly to your card(s) from the site.  Then, when you use your loyalty card you’ll receive the associated discount for a product, say $1.00, deposited directly into your SavingStar account.  This is where it differ significantly from any other digital coupon program.  You choose the payout.  Once you’ve accrued $5 in your account, you can choose to receive your money in one of four ways (for now):

1.)  Direct deposit into your bank account.
2.)  Directly sent to your Paypal account.
3.)  Amazon Gift Card
4.)  Donate it to

Personally, I love the ability to turn coupons into cash.  I’m sure you do too.  Before I get too far out there, I have a few more points to make.  First, this program is totally free to use.  Second, they have some incredible and unique coupons.  For example, $1.00/1 Skinny Cow Frozen Product or $1.00 off TWO Lean Cuisine or $0.40/1 No Yolks.  Without a doubt, you can see the value of this program without me even listing these.  These are all products you and  I  purchase, as well as  Bayer Aspirin, Aleve and One A Day Vitamins.  All of these I just mentioned will deposit $1.00 each into your account.  Tack that on to the Skinny Cow and Lean Cuisine and you’ve got your first payout.  Since you can add your Rite Aid and CVS loyalty cards, you can use these saving opportunities there too.  Now, let me try and address a few more questions you may have.

Can I stack SavingStar coupons with paper manufacturer coupons?
SavingStar currently has no policy that prohibits that practice, and there is no system in place to prevent it.  However, these are manufacturer coupons and are intended to be used singularly against the purchase of an item – just as you would use a paper coupon.  With that in mind, they are stackable with store coupons, as each store permits.

Can I use SavingStar AND Upromise?
No. SavingStar powers the coupons for Upromise, so if you select them for Upromise, you cannot select them for SavingStar and vice-versa.

Is my store participating?
Probably.  When you sign up, you’ll enter your zip code and the available store logos will be shown for your area.  Here is the list of participating stores:
ACME Markets
Albertsons in Wyoming
Albertsons Market
Angeli’s Central Market
Baesler’s Market
Bel Air
Big Y
City Market
County Market
Dorothy Lane
Farm Fresh
Food City
Fred Meyer
Fry’s/Fry’s Marketplace
Giant Eagle
Giant Food Stores
Harris Teeter Food Markets
Harter House
Hen House
Jack’s SuperValu
Jewel – Osco
Kash ‘n Karry
Key Foods
King Kullen
King Soopers
Kings Super Markets
Lancaster and Lebanon
Lowes Foods
Martin’s IGA Plus
Nob Hill Foods
Pick n Save
Piggly Wiggly in SC or GA
Piggly Wiggly in WI or IL
Price Chopper
Remke bigg’s
Rite Aid
Roche Bros
Shoppers Food & Pharmacy
Star Market
Stater Bros. Markets
Stop & Shop
Sudbury Farms
Super Fresh
Super Fresh NY
Sweetbay Supermarket
The Food Emporium
Thriftway Shop n Bag
Village Market
Weis Markets

How often are new coupons added?
Most new coupons are added (or reset) on the first of the month, but recently I’ve noticed that new ones become available periodically throughout the month too.

I see my store listed, but it doesn’t have a loyalty card.
There are a few stores that don’t have loyalty cards.  Some have key ring tags for the Upromise program, which is operated by SavingStar.  What you can do is register the Upromise card in your SavingStar account as you would another loyalty card.

Still have questions?  Ask away!  You know that’s why I’m here.  Ready to sign up? Do that here.