Thursday, February 2, 2012


I've been using this website called SavingStar for a while now but I'm only really just now getting into it. I definitely want to share it with you though, in the hopes that you can use it often.

Save Money on Groceries with SavingStar

You can save money on your groceries with nothing to do. SavingStar is the first national fully digital eCoupon service. Nothing to clip, nothing to print!

Sign up for a free account at, then enter all your loyalty cards, activate the coupons you want then shop and SavingStar will track your savings.

The point of this tool is to make a little extra cash while you are using your couponing skills! For example, right now there is a coupon for $1.00/2 Tropicana Trop50 juices. If you go to the store (SavingStar supports our local Lowes Foods, Harris Teeter, Food Lion, and several others!) and purchase two Trop50 juices, you will pay up front for them. But then the transaction automatically gets logged onto your e-VIC card or MVP card or what have you, and goes into the SavingStar system. Within 30 days, $1.00 will be added to your account. When you reach $5.00 in your account you can choose to have it deposited to a bank account, Paypal, charity, or Amazon gift card.

I mean, it doesn't get any easier than that right!?

What's more, you can pair these with sales and coupons. A great example is Diamond Crystal sea salt.

At Harris Teeter, the regular price for this is $2.15.
Last week it was on sale for $1.49.
There was a $0.40 coupon from the newspaper.
There was a $0.40 e-VIC coupon (specific to Harris Teeter).
There was also a $0.40 Savingstar coupon.

So I purchased the sea salt, which we use frequently, for $0.69 out of pocket. But in a few days (that transaction took almost 14 days) $0.40 was deposited into my SavingStar account.

It's super easy to use and since you can stack them with other coupons and sales it makes for a great way to save up a little bit of extra money! Emphasis on the little, but everything helps!!

Here are some of the coupons available right now:

There are several more, and some expire very soon, so go check it out!

Please note, I am a SavingStar affiliate. I am not in any way compensated for this post, however.

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