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New SavingStar offers: Ziploc bags, Friendship cottage cheese, Kix, Yoplait, Honey Nut Cheerios, Pillsbury rolls, Lucky Charms & more!

Posted April 2, 2014


There are a number of new cash back e-offers available right now including: Ziploc bags, Friendship cottage cheese, Kix, Yoplait, Honey Nut Cheerios, Pillsbury rolls, Lucky Charms & more!

20% off sweet potatoes

Save $4.00 when you spend $16.00 on any Friendship® Cottage Cheese

Save $5.00 when you spend $20.00 on any Ziploc® brand Bags or containers

Yoplait yogurt singles, .40/6

Honey Nut Cheerios OR Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch cereal, .50/1

Kix, Berry Berry Kix, Honey Kix, .75/1

Save 40¢ when you buy any TWO (2) Pillsbury Sweet Rolls OR Grands!® Sweet Rolls

Save 50¢ when you buy any TWO (2) Pillsbury® Crescent Dinner Rolls

Save 40¢ when you buy THREE (3) CANS any size/variety Pillsbury® Refrigerated Grands!® or Grands! Jr.® Biscuits

Save 75¢ when you buy TWO (2) packages of Pillsbury® Rolled Refrigerated Pie Crusts

Save 75¢ when you buy ONE (1) BOX any flavor General Mills cereal listed: Multi Grain Cheerios®, Multi Grain Cheerios® Peanut Butter, Multi Grain Cheerios® Dark Chocolate Crunch cereal

Save 50¢ when you buy ONE (1) BOX Lucky Charms® cereal

Save 75¢ when you buy any ONE (1) flavor/variety Cascadian Farm® product

Save 40¢ when you buy ONE (1) CUP any flavor Liberté® Greek or Liberté® Méditerranée® yogurt

Save 50¢ when you buy TWO (2) BOXES any flavor Betty Crocker® boxed Potatoes (Excludes Potato Buds® and Betty Crocker® Pouch)

Save 50¢ when you buy any ONE (1) flavor 32 OZ. Mountain High® yoghurt

Click HERE to load these 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: allows you to register your store reward cards and then load digital coupons to your store reward card. What is unique about this program is that the coupon discount does not come off at the register. The savings are added to your SavingStar account and when it reaches $5, you can cash the savings in for a gift card. You can choose to receive an Amazon gift card, have the money deposited into your Paypal account or checking account or donate it to

When you sign up for the program, you will enter the reward card numbers for the reward cards you wish to register. Then, they will automatically link the eCoupons you select to all of your cards. Participating stores in our area include CVS, Rite Aid, Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Kroger. They also have iPhone and Android apps available.

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. Although it does not say on the site, you should be able to use paper coupons with no issue in addition to these coupons.


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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Apr 3, 2014

    Sweetbubbles - I recommend you read the article I published a few weeks ago on coupon sources. It outlines the programs you are asking about and hopefully it will answer any additional questions you have. Here is the article link:

  • privilegesrevoked Apr 3, 2014

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    Yes, all the other 'saving' programs are in addition to any coupons, sales etc that you take advantage of.
    SavingStar, Checkout 51, Ibotta and the latest, Shopmium are all external savings you can access. They all offer certain products for refunds to you if you purchase them within the dates they set. If all of them were offering savings on the same item, you could use all of them and get credit from more than one!
    For instance, Lavazza coffee was one such product. I had a $2 coupon, it doubled at HT, making the product $4.99, then Shopmium was offering a $1.50 credit as well as Checkout 51 offering a $2.50 credit. All used together, I only ended up paying 99 cents for coffee that was $8.99.
    SavingStar gets the data feed on what you bought from your loyalty card use, then credits you. Checkout 51, Ibotta and Shopmium require you send a photo of the receipt to get the credit.

  • sweetbubbles Apr 2, 2014

    Thank you for sharing so many great resources. With all the savings options, it is overwhelming to keep up with them. I have used coupons for years, and like saving at the register. Please help me (and others) understand which of these "savings plans" can be combined? For example, may a shopper earn SavingStar dollars, while using the digital store coupon at the register on a product? The SavingStar website is not clear. (As an example, a HT shopper could use an e-coupon, paper coupon, and SavingStar on a single product??) Which of the other savings options can be combined, like Checkout 51, Swag Codes, etc.? What are the pros and cons of using one program over the other? Thanks in advance for your help. :)

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Apr 2, 2014

    Nakabi - In addition to the coupons PR mentioned, we got Ziploc coupons in the 3/16 SS insert here in Raleigh. You may want to see if you got any in your area.

    There is a $1/2 Target mobile coupon for Ziploc bags when you text SPRING to 827438.

    There is also a $1/2 Kroger e-coupon for Ziploc bags.

  • privilegesrevoked Apr 2, 2014

    Nakabi - the only place I'm finding any coupons for ziploc products are in Good Housekeeping Magazine and Family Circle Magazine - April issues.

  • nakabi Apr 2, 2014

    are there any printable coupons for the ziploc deal? I'm almost out so this would be great if there are coupons out there.