Wednesday, April 6, 2011

New E-Coupons Available

There are some great new e-coupons to be had this week.  Check out the ones available on Cellfire and on Shortcuts.

Aside from offering e-coupons, both sites now offer printable coupons.  I found a $1/1 Buddig Deli Cuts and $1/1 Gold N Plump chicken on Cellfire.  This lunch meat often goes on sale for $1.99 around here, so this would make it under $1.  I like to print out any rare meat coupons I see, like the chicken one, in case I find them marked down on manager's special.  The coupon will make a good deal even better in that situation.  Shortcuts also offers cash back offers, and Cellfire also has some non-grocery coupons available for your mobile phone (these vary by region), so go check out what is available for you.

Click through to see what is available for your area.  Just remember when using e-coupons, they are manufacturer's coupons and cannot be stacked with paper coupons, and they also will not double.  That being said, if you have an identical or better paper coupon, especially if your store will double it, load them to your store card with caution.  A new change in the computer system at Kroger has made it impossible to remove an e-coupon once it is automatically redeemed, and then your paper coupon will not be accepted.

I've not had issues with this lately simply because none of the items I have purchased had associated e-coupons, but I have heard that many people are having issues with this at Kroger stores, so I just wanted you to be aware of the situation, especially since Kroger is really pushing the use of e-coupons lately.  I have seen banner ads on various websites, and the different e-coupons available at the moment were even plastered across the top of items in today's sale ad.

If you have had a personal experience having issues with e-coupons, please leave a comment below.  I think it would help us all better understand what is going on at the stores.


kim April 7, 2011 at 8:24 PM  

I deleted all of my ecoupons because I didn't want to get to the store and not be able to use my paper coupons. I have a feeling that Kroger is about to do away with paper coupons and use ecoupons only (that way they won't double or triple). Don't want it to happen but that's what I see in the future from Kroger.

Amanda April 7, 2011 at 8:35 PM  

i fear you might be right, but i think all the little old ladies with no computers would riot! LOL My grandma would be right in front.

If you shop at Tom Thumb, they take the e-coupons, too though, and at least on Cellfire you can choose which card to load them to.

kim April 8, 2011 at 8:06 AM  

very true, and they have gas rewards also. Does tom thumb take ecoupons and paper together?

Amanda April 8, 2011 at 8:59 AM  

They do not allow stacking either, but what I've found is that their system knows to take the e-coupon back off if you have a paper coupon that is better. I've only had one instance where my paper coupon didn't go on and that was when my e-coupon was equal. Tom thumb only doubles the first like coupon, and i think i was using two this time, so the second would have been face value anyway, so it kept the e-coupon and I kept my paper coupon.

I don't think they have nearly as good of sales as Kroger though, sadly. But I do go get a few things there occasionally.

If you use their in-ad coupons, make sure you have at least a $10 purchase. I learned that one the hard way. LOL

Kim April 8, 2011 at 6:39 PM  

Sadly, I have learned that the hard way too! It's all trial and error I have found! I have only gone to Tom Thumb a few times, they are VERY expensive and you're right, their sales aren't as good as Kroger.

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