A Few More Notes About Saving at Kroger with Cellfire

by Marcy on October 31, 2008 · 0 comments

Yesterday I posted about a new way to load coupons on to your Kroger Plus Card called Cellfire. Now that I have had a little time to play around with it, I wanted to post some more info.

My cell phone does not have texting capability, so I decided to register my home phone to see if that would work (per Christy’s suggestion). I signed up last night and lo and behold when I logged in this morning I was able to enter my Kroger Plus card number and add coupons to the card! I hope that I’m not doing anything illegal, but I’m assuming this is ok since the Cellfire site does allow you to use your PC to upload coupons.

Here is a list of grocery coupons currently available on Cellfire (for use at Kroger stores). All of these coupons expire on 11/17 and it appears that you need to load these particular coupons on to your card by 11/3:

* $0.50/1 Cottonelle Toilet Paper (4 pk +)

* $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish

* 1 FREE box of Active Lifestyle Weight Control Oatmeal (any)

* $1/1 Huggies Diapers (any)

* $1.50/1 Huggies Surpreme Diapers (any)

* $1/1 Kotex Product (any)

* $1/1 Pepperidge Farm Frozen Bread (any)

* $1.50/1 Private Selection Deli Pizza (any)

* Buy one (1) 20 ounce bottle of Naturally Preferred Water, any variety, and get one FREE.

There is a limit of 10 coupons per Kroger Plus Card.

Now for the really exciting news! Lorrie left a comment stating that these coupons can be used in addition to the coupons from P&G eSaver and Shortcuts, along with paper coupons! Which means that in come cases, you could use 3 coupons on one item!

For example, you can use a $1/1 Huggies coupon from the 10/26 Smart Source insert, load a $1/1 Huggies coupon on to your card at shortcuts.com, and load the $1/1 Huggies coupon from Cellfire for a total savings of $3 on one pack of Huggies diapers! For a list of more coupon match ups using these particular coupons, check out Lorrie’s post here.

Now that I have loaded these coupons on to my card, I can’t wait to try them out! Feel free to leave a comment if you have additional info or have used these coupons successfully.

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