There’s quite a selection of new e-coupon sites popping up! I’m going to give a brief overview of some of the great e-coupons available at each one. Be sure to go to their sites to check out all the coupons available, because some of them just added some new offers.
If you’re not familiar with e-coupons, the concept is simple: you sign up on the website, give them your club savings card number (ie, your Sooper Card number), and click to add coupons to your card. Then, when you purchase those products at the store and swipe your club card, the e-coupon will automatically come off.
Cellfire has some great e-coupons out, included an awesome $1 off one box of Honey Nut Cheerios! They have coupons for lots of General Mills products. Generally, I’d prefer to use a paper coupon instead of an e-coupon, since a paper coupon will double.
After what seems like a dead spell, Shortcuts has some new e-coupons available. The ones I’m liking are $1 off Energizer batteries and several for Kroger-brand products.
It seems like Unilever had an e-coupons program for awhile and then pulled it. It’s back, and you can find coupons for Lipton, Breyer’s, and Popsicle.
And finally, there’s P&G esaver, with coupons for Proctor and Gamble branded products like Duracell, Olay, and Prilosec.
Right now, you can sometimes use a paper coupon with an e-coupon, but in the future, the idea is that you’ll only be able to use one type of coupon per item. I’ve noticed in the past couple of weeks that the e-coupons do not come off when I’ve already used a paper coupon on that same item.
For instance, I didn’t have any of the P&G esaver coupons come off when I did their promotion at King Soopers because I used paper coupons all the items. How did it work for you guys?
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