Upromise eCoupons

by Marcy on March 23, 2009 · 2 comments

Last week I posted information about the Upromise program and how you can earn free money for college by simply purchasing the products that you are already purchasing. As I mentioned, I am new to the program myself, and promised that I would post any info that I learn as I go.

Today I want to talk a little about Upromise eCoupons. They work similarly to other eCoupon services (such as Cellfire.com) in that you load eCoupons on to your shoppers cards (CVS, Kroger and Giant Eagle in my case). The main difference is that the product savings is deposited into your Upromise account versus coming off of your total at check out.

If you haven’t yet explored the eCoupon section of the Upromise site, here are instructions on how to register your shopper card numbers and use the Upromise eCoupons:

  • Sign up here for Upromise if you haven’t already, otherwise log in to your account
  • Click on My Account and look for View Profile in the left hand nav bar. Click on Add Grocery Cards and input your zip code for a list of participating stores.
  • Enter your shopper card numbers and hit submit.
  • Click on Coupons & Deals in the top navigation bar, then click on Grocery eCoupons
  • Select the eCoupons you’d like to use.
  • Click Activate Coupons and head to the store! When you purchase a participating product using one of the shoppers cards you registered with Upromise, the amount of the eCoupon will be deposited into your Upromise account.

My Upromise eCoupons are loaded and ready to go! I hope to test them out this week when I do my grocery shopping.

For those of you who already use Upromise, how have your experiences been with this feature of the program?

For those of you who are new to eCoupons, learn more by reading my eCoupon 101 tutorial.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 mary March 10, 2010 at 1:34 PM

I have not had a great experience with the program. I have only ever had one coupon credit to my account. And I am not sure how to contact them about this specific program (and to get my credits!). Customer service I guess….

2 Miranda July 18, 2014 at 12:53 PM

I recently started upromise. And like the previous poster I’m not getting credited for the ecoupons. I’ve had several activated and know that I bought those items and scanned my card as well so I did what I think I was supposed to do but nothing credited. :/

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