Since coupons so often get a bad rap for "always" being on heavily processed foods, I wanted to be sure to share this coupon gem with you.
The digital coupon site SavingStar is offering an e-coupon for $5 off the purchase of 10 Stonyfield Organic Oikos Greek yogurts.
These are priced at $1.50 to $2 each so that's at least a 25 percent savings. Not a bad deal for a Stonyfield product.
If you've never signed up for SavingStar, it's a great way to supplement your paper coupons.
Here's how it works:
Link your store loyalty cards to your SavingStar account. Right now, in our area, you may link your store cards from Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion, Kroger, CVS and Rite Aid. You may use the coupon once at any store you choose.
Even better, if you have a paper coupon, you may use it along with your SavingStar e-coupon. It's completely legit.
Rather than being deducted automatically from your grocery bill, the savings accrue in your SavingStar account. Once you've saved $5, you can have the cash deposited directly into your bank or PayPal account. Or you can choose an Amazon gift card or donate the money to charity.
The Stonyfield yogurt coupon, good on the 5.3 oz. size, is valid through May 16. You may purchase them all at once or a couple at a time at any of the stores you have linked to your account.
Who says there aren't any coupons on healthy foods?
They're out there. You just have to look a little harder.