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20 New Savingstar offers: Got2b, Renuzit, Aquafresh

Posted August 6

SavingStar has 20 new cash back offers today including Got2b, Advil, Aquafresh, Right Guard, Snuggle, Superpretzel, Thermacare, Renuzit cones and more!

You'll find new offers for:

.50 Superpretzel

.50 Snuggle

$1 Dial soap, various

$1 Right Guard Xtreme

$1 Aquafresh or Extreme clean toothpaste

$1 Advil Menstrual

$1 Renuzit Pearl Scents

$1 Stainmaster carpet cleaner

$1 Nature’s Bounty Optimal Solutions product

$2/1 Advil PM

$2 Got2b styling product

$2 Purex Crystals in-wash fragrance booster

$2/1 ThermaCare

$2 Dial body wash or bar soap

$2 Centrum

$2 Flonase

$2.20 Renuzit cones

$2 and $3 Schwarzkopf product coupons

$7 Nexxium 24 HR

Head to SavingStar.com to load the offers to your account. Remember, the discount does not come off at the register. Read the details below about how this cash back program works.

New to SavingStar? Here is how it works:

SavingStar.com is a cash back coupon site. You don't print out a coupon to redeem at the register. You enter your store reward card numbers on the SavingStar.com website, then load digital coupons to your reward cards and buy the participating products at any of the participating stores.

There are 2 types of redemption methods, depending on the store.

1. With CVS, Rite Aid, Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods & Food Lion, the redemption is automatic. Once you load the cash back offers to your account and buy the products, no additional action is required on your part to get the cash back in to your SavingStar account. The coupon savings are added to your SavingStar account a couple weeks after your purchase. You will get an e-mail from Savingstar when they have added savings to your account.

2. With Kroger, Target, Walmart, Walgreens and Family Dollar, you will need to take an extra step after you buy the offers you have loaded on to your account. After purchase, you need to scan the product barcode and take a photo of the receipt through their app and submit it to get your cash back. Although this is an extra step, it doesn't really take much time at all.

Once you have accrued $5 worth of savings in your SavingStar account, you can cash in the savings. You can choose to have the money deposited into your Paypal account or checking account or donate it to a non-profit organization.

According to their website, new coupons will become available at the first of every month. Savings will usually show up in your account between 2 days and 2 weeks depending on how long it takes the stores to give SavingStar the information. These coupons will not double. They also have iPhone and Android apps available.

As of June 2017, their Healthy Offers of the Week (.25 a produce item) have changed. Instead of being available to everyone, Healthy Offers of the Week will be a benefit for members who redeem 2 or more qualifying offers the prior month. In order to achieve and maintain access, redeem at least 2 qualifying offers each calendar month and we'll unlock a whole month of Healthy Offers of the Week for you the next month.

You can sign up for the program and see more information at SavingStar.com.



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  • Dr D Aug 7, 1:27 p.m.

    Well at least Checkout51 has now added that message to their site, which explains why the "Claimed limit" message appears. When I was corresponding with their CS by e-mail a couple of weeks ago, the only message I was getting was that I had already claimed those offers - which of course I had not done. Now it's clear that even activating the offers on another site flags them as claimed.

  • TJ84 Aug 7, 7:08 a.m.

    I didn't know if anyone mentioned the issue with Checkout51. I have been out of town off and on the past month but thought I'd pass it on in case no one had. It just gets harder and harder doesn't it?

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Aug 6, 9:51 p.m.

    TJ84 - Dr D mentioned the same issue with Checkout51 and Savingstar offers cross referencing so you could only do them once. The cash back sites are clearly working together now to limit redemptions. And I have not noticed the printing from multiple coupons issue because I only print from one but I am not surprised.

  • TJ84 Aug 6, 7:24 p.m.

    Has anyone noticed this message on Checkout 51:"Friendly Reminder

    Please check the offer details closely as some offers cannot be redeemed on Checkout 51 when clipped, claimed or redeemed on other savings apps or websites.

    Note: Some may appear as claimed if they have already been claimed or clipped on other savings apps or websites."

    Yesterday I had the Lance variety, Lance crakers, and the Snyders available to me. Today I activated these three items and on Checkout 51 there is a "Claimed limit" on these line items. So much for savings from both websites for the same item.

    The other thing that is happening for me is that I have 3 computers that I could print coupons from. Now if I print the 2 coupons for an item on one of computers the other computers say "Limit Reached" even though I didn't print on them. I don't know if anyone else has noticed this but thought I'd point it out. I don't know if when Coupons.com upgraded they changed something and that is causing this or not.