Pages

Monday, September 22, 2008

Upromise eCoupons!

 Upromise is offering a new program called eCoupons!

If you have not signed up for Upromise yet, now is the time to do so! Even if you do not have any children in school, it still would be great to sign up; Even if you are single, retired, or don't ever plan on having kids, you can still sign up.  Upromise, it is for everyone!

You can use the savings from Upromise in the future if you decide to go back to school, or you can transfer it to anyone! Either way, it is a good idea to sign up for Upromise because it is FREE money! It only takes a few minutes to sign up, then every time you use your shoppers cards, (CVS, ect.) a certain percentage of the participating product will be automatically deposited into your Upromise account! You can also shop through their web site, and a percentage of your purchase will be deposited into your account as well. I hope that you will take this time now to set up your free account!


Sign up for Upromise - Support your child's school AND save for college

Now that you are signed up for Upromise, you can take advantage of their eCoupons!

What are eCoupons? Basically, eCoupons (Electronic coupons) are loaded onto your shoppers cards, then when you purchase the item and your shoppers card is scanned, the coupon automatically comes off. No clipping coupons!

With Upromise eCoupons, they can be used at multiple stores, like CVS, Krogers and more! Whenever you load a Upromise eCoupon, purchase the product, then scan your shoppers card, that amount will be deposited into your Upromise account, along with the percentage of the participating Upromise product amount!

Here's How:

  1. To load your eCoupons, first sign up or sign into your account with Upromise. You will need to add all of your shopper's cards to your account.
  2. Click on the Earn rewards tab. Then click on eCoupons.
  3. Then simply click on the eCoupons that you'd like to add! That's it-easy enough!
  4. When you go shopping, and purchase the item that you loaded to your shopper's card, the amount of the coupon you clipped, and a certain percentage of the participating item you purchased will be deposited into your Upromise account.
  5. Once you reach a certain amount of money, you can get the money back, or save it for your child's college education (ect.)


No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank You For Leaving A Comment! I Love to hear from my readers!