LOAD YOUR UPROMISE COUPONS TO YOUR SHOPPER’S CARD TODAY! Upromise just reset all of their monthly e-coupons. Since these savings go into your account and not directly off your store bill, they can be “stacked” with paper coupons to score some awesome deals!

Upromise is a savings program that rewards you with money for college education or to pay off current student loans. BUT you can also request a check for the money you have saved in your Upromise account and spend it on anything you want! Just submit this form here.

There are many ways to earn cash in your Upromise account. The main ways I save is by linking my Kroger card, CVS card, Rite Aid Wellness+ Card, debit and credit cards. When I purchase a Upromise participating product or shop at a Upromise participating merchant, I get credit to my account balance.

  • Login or Register with Upromise
  • Go to “Ways to Earn”
  • Then, “Grocery”
  • Enter your zip code on the right side of the screen to find participating stores in your area. Kroger and CVS are the stores that participate in my area.
  • Enter your shopper’s card numbers for all participating stores.

One of the best ways to grow your Upromise balance is by using the Upromise e-coupons. Each month Upromise releases coupons that you load onto your cards at the Upromise website. When you purchase that item with your Kroger or CVS card, you receive the equivalent balance of the coupon in your Upromise account. And remember, you can also use paper coupons on the same items and get double the savings!

  • To load e-coupons go to “Groceries and Deals” button at top
  • Then “e-coupons”
  • Load your coupons by clicking on them
  • Print your list and take it with you to the store

You can also earn even more by opening a UPromise credit card, but you don’t have to. Just skip all the extra stuff it asks you during registration.

It’s completely FREE! Get started here.

Here’s a list of the e-coupons available to load this month:
$1.00/2 Hanover (16 oz+)
$0.50/1 Snyder’s of Hanover Hard Pretzel
$1.00/1 Heinz White Vinegar or Heinz Cider
$1.00/1 Charmin Mega Roll
$0.50/1 Bounty Napkins
$1.00/1 Weight Watchers® Frozen Novelty
$1.00/1 Charmin Freshmates
$0.50/1 Bounty Paper Towels (6 ct+)
$0.25/1 New York Croutons and Toppings
$1.00/2 GUM® Toothbrushes
$0.75/1 GUM® Go-Betweens®
$2.00/1 GUM® PerioBalance®
$0.50/1 Marzetti Dressing
$0.50/1 Fisher Snack Almonds, Cashews, Mixed Nuts and Pecans
$0.55/1 Fisher Fusion Snack Mixes
$1.00/1 Farmland Fully Cooked Breakfast Links or Patties
$1.00/1 Farmland Fully Cooked Bacon
$1.00/1 Farmland Seasoned Pork
$0.55/1 Farmland Cubed, Diced or Julienne Ham or Turkey
$0.50/1 Heinz Cocktail Sauce
$0.55/1 Fisher Culinary Touch and Baking Nut Blend
$0.40/1 NO YOLKS
$1.00/1 Fisher Chef’s Naturals Baking Nuts 4oz or larger
$0.40/1 WACKY MAC Veggie Pasta
$0.40/1 WACKY MAC & Cheese Dinner
$0.35/1 Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt
$0.35/1 Diamond Crystal Salt Sense
$0.55/1 Diamond Crystal Sea Salt
$0.50/1 Diamond Crystal Water Softener Salt
$0.50/1 Krazy Glue
$0.50/1 Elmer’s Foam Board
$0.50/1 Elmer’s School Glue, Glue-All or Glue Sticks

(thanks IHeartPublix!)

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May 2, 201111:58 pm

In the Saint Clairsville Kroger you are absolutely not allowed to stack coupons anymore. In fact, the register spits out a notification that you have a ecoupon so the paper coupon will not scan. It is also true in Bellaire, OH too.


May 3, 201109:31 am

Laurie, Upromise coupons are not considered digital coupons. They don't show up anywhere on your receipt. Do your registers notify that you have these loaded as well? Those are some fancy registers! :) I know you cannot stack digital coupons from Kroger, Shortcuts and Cellfire and I would never suggest it to readers.