SavingStar has a new $3 off $12 St. Ives coupon to load. Plus, check out all the other great coupons. This is a click, click, click job for me. I just go click what I think there’s a chance I’ll ever buy. Then, I wait for money to accumulate into my account. You can cash out once you have $5. More details are below. Go load ‘em up!
They have a new deal called “Healthy Offer of the Week”. Every Tuesday a new coupon is available to load. This week, it’s 20% off bananas! Check back every Tuesday for a new offer.
You can get work this deal at Fry’s, Bashas or CVS:
St. Ives Face Care, Hand & Body Lotion and Body Wash (unsure of price)
$3.75/$12.00 Coupons.com (gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$2/1 Coupons.com (Spray, gone if not first coupon shown after clicking link)
$1/1 St. Ives Fresh Hydration 01/26/2014 RP Insert (exp 2/23/14)
$3.00/$12.00 SavingStar eCoupon (future savings)
Final price: Unsure (or possible future savings)
If you don’t know what it is, here’s more information:
With SavingStar, you can save eCoupons to your grocery store loyalty cards and automatically get credited when you swipe your card at checkout. The savings doesn’t come off at the register, it gets credited to your SavingStar account. You can request your payment via Paypal, bank deposit, or gift card when you reach $5.
I just load what I have a chance of buying and then forget about it.
The Arizona stores that participate are Fry’s, Bashas, and CVS. (Albertsons is listed, but since we don’t use loyalty cards around here, I’m not sure how that works. They might have a SavingStar card that you can get. I haven’t checked since I rarely shop there.)
They are not meant to be combined with paper coupons. Here’s their official statement on that:
(Personally, I load everything I might buy and forget it.)
SavingStar eCoupons will work whether or not you combine them with other services’ coupons, but they are not intended to be used this way. Generally, manufacturers state that it is against their policies for shoppers to redeem more than one manufacturer’s coupon for the same purchase. Using in-store coupons in combination with SavingStar eCoupons is not a problem. In the future, we may implement mechanisms to limit the combination of SavingStar eCoupons with other manufacturer coupons