Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Great New Coupons Available from Cellfire!


Cellfire has just released some great new coupons! What is Cellfire, you ask? It's a great new way to save even more at your favorite grocery stores. Stores currently working with Cellfire are: Baker's, City Market, Dillons, Fry's, Gerbes, Hilander, JayC, King Soopers, Kroger, Owen's, Pay Less, QFC Ralphs, Scott's, Smith's, Carrs, Dominick's, Genuardi's, Pavilions, Randall's, Safeway, Tom Thumb, & Vons.

How does it work? You sign up at Cellfire.com and register your store savings card (Kroger card, etc). Then you go through the coupons that are currently available and select the ones you think you would use, or just select them all. The selected coupons are then loaded directly onto your card, and will be deducted from your order at checkout. They're paperless coupons! I love these things; they're so easy to use, and it's an added bonus. What makes these coupons even better is that they can be combined with manufacturer's coupons. For example, if you've loaded a coupon for $.50/1 Nature Valley Nut Clusters onto your card, and you have a paper coupon for $1/1 Nut Clusters, BOTH coupons will be deducted, saving you $1.50 off one bag. Using both Cellfire and paper coupons on one item will often result in FREE or super-cheap groceries! Using that example, I recently bought a few bags of Nut Clusters for $.29 at Kroger. Love it!

One word of caution, though: if you've loaded ONE Cellfire coupon onto your card, it's only good on ONE item. For example, if you have the Nut Clusters Cellfire coupon, and pick up 5 bags of Nut Clusters, the Cellfire coupon is only good on ONE bag. Make sense? I made this mistake and didn't realize it.

Anyway, go sign up and add your card. You'll love it! Here are some of the coupons that are currently available:
  • $.55/1 Cheerios
  • $.55/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • $1/1 Wanchai Ferry Dinner Kit (combine with $1.50/1 coupon from the 4/11 SmartSource insert)
  • $.40/1 Betty Crocker Potatoes, puch or box (combine with $.25/1 from the 3/28 SmartSource insert)
  • ...and more!
For those of you with smartphones (iPhones, Blackberries, etc) there's also an app that makes adding coupons to your cards even easier. I use the app for my iPhone all the time. It's a great timesaver!

1 comment:

  1. I found a coupon site people should check out- http://www.clickmycoupon.com/ here you can get free printable coupons for grocery, foods and many more other free printable coupons.

    ReplyDelete