Cellfire Santa Savings: 12/16/10 from 1-5 PM EST

by Marcy on December 15, 2010 · 3 comments

Tomorrow, December 16, 2010, be sure to log in to your Cellfire account between 1 PM – 5 PM EST to see if Santa brought you a $0.50, $1, $2 or $5 coupon – good toward your next Kroger shopping trip! Everyone will receive at least one coupon (you will have to clip & download to your card during those times). Cellfire also updated their list of available coupons on Tuesday, so check those out while you are there as well.

If you are not signed up with Cellfire yet, you can do so here. Cellfire allows you to save electronic coupons to your Kroger Family of Stores Shoppers card for more savings during checkout!

Cellfire.com is a service that offers savings on groceries, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. You can get access to and use offers from your PC and/or mobile phone. Check out the FAQs at Cellfire.com for more info.

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1 Jeremy December 16, 2010 at 3:12 PM

I think we crashed their site b/c I haven’t been able to get on since this morning, early.

2 jamie December 26, 2010 at 6:49 PM

Hi…new to your site and to CellFire…if you add them to you rKroger card are they doubled at checkout or just face value like the ones you load on Kroger’s website :) Thanks Oh and can you use a manufactuer coupon on top of the cellfire or other ones you add to your kroger card?

3 Marcy December 26, 2010 at 8:28 PM

Hi Jamie – Cellfire eCoupons are only redeemed at face value – they do not double. Also yes, you can technically use both an ecoupon and a manufacturer’s coupon on one item, but the manufacturer’s frown upon it. So it’s up to you if you how you want to use them.

You can learn more about eCoupons in my 101 post here: https://www.stretchingabuckblog.com/coupons/e-coupons

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