New SavingStar produce offer for 20% off plums!
Posted August 19, 2014
There is a new SavingStar.com healthy product discount offered every Tuesday!
This week you can save 20% off any single purchase of loose plums at participating SavingStar.com retailers! Valid on purchases of loose, unwrapped produce up to $10 (maximum $2 reward). Offer valid from 8/19 to 8/25/14. This offer is not eligible on produce weighed and tagged using a produce scale prior to checkout.
Head to SavingStar.com to load this offer to your account and then check back every Tuesday for a new healthy offer. 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 free cash back program that 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 AmericanForests.org.
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 SavingStar.com coupons.
You can sign up for the program and see more information at SavingStar.com.
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