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Does anyone use SavingStar?

post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 

When I was on looking at sales and coupons I came across a link for SavingStar.  Apparently you register your savings card numbers for any store and select the coupons you want and when you use your card on those items they send you a check for the money once you reach a certain amount.  Is this legit??

post #2 of 11

I signed up for it, but then I lost interest in it.  I do believe it is legit.  There are a few other members who use it.  I'm not sure how worth the trouble it is...

post #3 of 11
Thread Starter 

I know that they have an android and iphone app so you can look to see what coupons are available while you shop, so it doesnt sound too complicated to use or anything.  Im just not sure...something doesnt seem right.  im sceptical i guess.

post #4 of 11

I found the thread I was thinking of:


Is anyone using SavingStar??


Maybe this will answer some of your questions.

post #5 of 11
Thread Starter 

Thanks again Diane!  I guess I will give it a try!

post #6 of 11

I have signed up for it, but I mostly shop at Walmart, so I don't use the SavingStar coupons often.  The neat thing about it is they can be combined with manufacturer coupons.

post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 

I shop at walmart a lot too but when i just need a couple items Food Lion and Rite Aid are closer than walmart.  It would probably take a while for me to reach $5 lol

post #8 of 11

Hi, Josh from SavingStar here. If anyone has any questions, I'll be glad to answer.


Here's how SavingStar works:


Join SavingStar for free and register your grocery and drugstore loyalty cards on SavingStar. (for example, your CVS ExtraCare card, your Stop & Shop card, etc.) Then, click the eCoupons you want and we’ll link them to all of your registered store cards. When you use your card at checkout like you normally do, your savings are automatically added to your SavingStar account within 2-30 days depending on when the store sends us the purchase data. (Note: the savings are not given at checkout in the store and they are not printed on your receipt). Once your accumulated savings in your SavingStar account reach $5, you can pick your payout from a deposit into your bank or PayPal account, an Amazon gift card, or a donation to American Forests. It’s that easy!


We currently have over 20 offers including Keebler, Cottonelle, Kotex, Trop50, Aleve, and more. We new offers each week and some great ones lined up for February.

post #9 of 11

That sounds neat, wish there were more stores in my area.  I rarely shop the stores listed.

post #10 of 11

I just signed up for this. The only two stores that connect with it here are CVS and HyVee. I registered by CVS card and my HyVee fuel saver card. 


You go to the site, pick which coupons or deals you want in your account. Scan the card at the register, and that money will show up in your account. After $5 you can request to cash it out. 


Saturday I picked up $5 for purchasing $25 worth of Pantene products. That price is before coupons so score! I had three $3 off coupons, and I also used the same deal towards the P & G rebate. 


I think you can choose as your payout Paypal, Amazon gift card, direct deposit or donate to a charity.


I think I'm going to choose the Amazon card. 

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