Automatic e-Coupons with No Clipping

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How to put electronic coupons on your store “shopper card” or “loyalty card”:

Automatic e-coupons are a time and money saver. Simply click on the coupons you may use and they are automatically loaded on to your grocery store “shopper card” or “loyalty card”. When you swipe your card at checkout, the savings come off the total. Pretty cool? If you are an occasional coupon user or are just not ready to clip, sort and shop with numerous coupons, give this site a try. 

Sign up for a free account and link your grocery store rewards card or loyalty card.  Shortcuts is from AOL but you do not need an AOL account to access it. Not all stores are represented yet, this site is primarily for stores in the Kroger chain. If your store is not listed, send them an email and let them know you are interested in participating.

You can load all the electronic coupons that you think you will use and then forget about them. They will send you an email reminder when it is time to “reload” your card with new coupons, and the expired ones will come off automatically.

In some stores, these “e-coupons” cannot be combined with manufacturers coupons for the same product. Check with your store to learn their policy. If you have any problems upon redemption, contact the customer service department of the website.

Once you load the Shortcuts coupons, you can also load coupons from Proctor & Gamble, called P&G Saver. HERE is the link to load these electronic coupons to your affinity cards.

I am going to be writing about “how to load coupons to your cellphone,” a service called Cellfire. Sign up to receive my free emails and the story will be sent to you.

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Marisa March 25, 2009 at 1:13 am

Your blog is sooooooo great!!!

Rose March 25, 2009 at 6:52 am

I have been using and for several months now and have saved about $30.00 so far, I only buy things we will use so I haven’t saved much. After reading blogs from others here in the Houston area, I started buying items that I had ecoupons from saved to my Kroger grocery card and manufacturer coupons from the newspaper and was able to combine the coupons for the same item. If had a coupon to buy 2 of the same items I would make sure I bought 2 and was able to combine with 2 cut-out paper coupons to get great savings. I have noticed that when I go through self-checkout that the ecoupons never come off so I try to shop when those lanes aren’t the only checkout option. The ecoupons usually always come off when I checkout with a cashier ringing the items. You can also load ecoupons from, those ecoupons will not come off your grocery bill but will be added to your college savings account. Here is an example of one of my recent transactions…$9.99 for Huggies -$1.50 manufacturer coupon -$1.50, and $1.50 added to my 3 year olds account. We just always have to remember to purchase the number of items required to get the ecoupon savings. The websites have the option to print out a list, but I’m stubborn and hate wasting even more costly ink for this, I need to save it for printing out coupons that I can’t find in the Sunday paper.

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