SavingStar, a digital coupon site, has released a big batch of new e-coupons, including several on healthier products.
Head over to SavingStar.com to load the coupons onto your supermarket and drugstore loyalty cards.
Among the new coupon offers:
- .75/1 Cascadian Farms product (Look for peelies on the products to sweeten this deal.)
- .75/3 Larabars
- $5/$15 of Wisk Laundry Detergent (Use this in combination with Lowes Foods Fresh Rewards offer and the $2/1 paper coupon for multi-layered.)
- .75/1 Truvia Natural Sweetener (Use with a paper coupon.)
If you haven't yet taken advantage of SavingStar, I highly recommend it.
Keep in mind, however, that these coupons work a bit differently than typical coupons. At the store register, SavingStar coupons are NOT automatically deducted from your grocery order. Instead, 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 e-giftcard or donate the money to charity.
I like SavingStar for several reasons:
- The site is easy to use. Once you click on the coupons you want, they're good at any of the supermarkets and drugstores that use loyalty cards to track customers' purchases. (You can only use each coupon once, however.)
- You're done in seconds. No clipping or filing required.
- It's eco-friendly. If you don't end up using the coupons, you haven't wasted any paper or ink.
- You can stack these coupons with paper coupons and store-specific digital coupons to save even more.
- Your savings are easy to track. When you log in to your SavingStar account, you'll see your savings tally in the top right corner.
- Can't remember what coupons you selected? There's a free app for that. Download it to your smartphone and review your coupons or add new ones while you're in the store.
In the Triangle, six stores are participating in SavingStar: CVS, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Kroger, Lowes Foods and Rite Aid.