I know a lot of people are a little confused on how Saving Star works…Let me try and explain it. Saving Star is a clipless coupon program. You become a member for FREE and it only takes a few minutes to set up. You then link your store loyalty cards to your Saving Star account. For example, In Wisconsin where I live, I put my CVS and Kroger cards.
Now, lets say Saving Star has a $1/1 Keebler Cracker coupon. I come to the Savings Star website, click I want that coupon, and it is automatically set up on my account. I go shopping to either CVS or Kroger, Buy a box of Keebler Crackers, and when I check out I will not see the dollar off right away on my transaction, but within about ten days, my store reports to Saving Star that I used that coupon. Saving Star then puts that $1 into my Saving Star account. Once I have gotten at least $5 into my Saving Star account, I can cash out that $5 and either have it put directly into my banking account, a paypal account, or even get an Amazon $5 credit. (It is up to me)
Even better, Saving Star coupons do currently stack with Manufacturer coupons and store coupons. Do you see the saving potential here? To join Saving Star click HERE or on the banner above.
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