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Photo Show & Tell: Magnum Bars, Wisk, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lipton Tea Bags, Organic Milk and more

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Happy Friday! This weekend is Back to School Tax Free Weekend! Are you going school shopping this weekend? Since Asher isn't school-age yet, we won't be doing any major shopping. We did go to Publix though and we did get a lot of food for just $28.84! I forgot two ...

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Save Money on Gently Used Back to School Clothing & Support Schools in Need with Schoola

Save Money on Gently Used Back to School Clothing & Support Schools in Need with Schoola

This post is sponsored by Schoola - an online company that sells gently used clothing and also donates to schools in need. As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Have you heard of Schoola?  Schoola is an online shop dedicated to recycling brand-name children's clothes, with 40% of ...

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2014 Back to School Sales Tax Holiday Schedule

2014 Back to School Sales Tax Holiday Schedule

Tax Free Weekend starts today for many states (including Florida)! Below is the 2014 Back to School Sales Tax Holiday Schedule. Please click on the link for your state for more info. (Guide courtesy of taxadmin.org). Don't pay full price! Go HERE to see all Back to School Deals on Addicted ...

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$0.75/1 Trix and $0.50/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch Coupons (as low as $0.80 at Publix)

$0.75/1 Trix and $0.50/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch Coupons (as low as $0.80 at Publix)

There were two new General Mills Cereals Coupons to come out this morning (listed below or see them all HERE), and they work perfectly with the current Publix Buy one Get One Free sale! Here's the deal at Publix thru 8/5 or 8/6: Buy two Trix, 14.8 to 15.5 oz  BOGO $3.59 ...

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Upromise 101

by Addicted to Saving on September 22, 2011

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Buy Groceries Today, Pay For College Tomorrow!
Go HERE to login/register for a Upromise account.  Then, click the “Grocery ecoupons” category to access all of the coupons below.  Remember that your ecoupons can be used in conjunction with manufacturer coupons that you cut from your inserts or print online!

New to Upromise?  Read the FAQs below:

How does Upromise help my family save for college? Join Upromise HERE and every time you make an eligible purchase with a Upromise partner, a portion of your purchase price will be deposited to your Upromise account. In general, you can earn with Upromise by shopping online through the Upromise website or when using a registered credit card or grocery card at participating in-store locations. Upromise offers several ways for you to redeem your earnings, by transferring them into an eligible 529 plan, making a payment on your student loan, a High-Yield Savings Accountor requesting a check. To help you save even more, you can invite family members and friends to also join Upromise and contribute into your account.

How do I save at the grocery store? The savings experience begins before you go to the grocery or drug store.  1)  Register your frequent shopper cards (grocery cards) into your Upromise account 2)  Go to the Grocery eCoupon section and activate the eCoupons of the products you wish to purchase. Doing this loads the coupons onto your frequent shopper card. There’s no need to present a coupon at checkout.  3) Go to a participating grocery or drug store, buy the eCoupon products you wish to purchase and make sure your frequent shopper card is scanned at checkout. 4) Your Upromise savings will automatically show up in your Upromise account within approximately 30 days.

What grocery stores and drugstores participate in the program? See a complete list HERE.

Can I view my account information online? Yes, you can view your Upromise account online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Is Upromise free to join? Yes, Upromise is free to join.

Can I save with Upromise even if I don’t have a child?  Yes. You can save for a friend’s child, a relative – or even a child you hope to have in the future. You can even save for your own education – regardless of your age. To help a friend or relative’s future student save for college, join Upromise and then go to the Family and Friends section of your account. If you hope to have a child one day and would like to start saving now, enter your own name as the beneficiary you are saving for – you can update your information in the View/Edit Profile section of your account when the child is born.

Who can be a Upromise memberAny U.S. citizen or person residing in the U.S. or its territories who is of legal age in his or her state of residency (generally 18 to 21, depending on the state) can be a Upromise member.

How do I enroll in Upromise? You can enroll online – it just takes a few minutes. It’s easy:  Sign up by providing some basic information and choosing a username and password; Confirm your profile;  Register information like your current credit cards and grocery cards so you can start earning.

Do I open a Upromise account in my name or my child’s name? Open your Upromise account in your name and then add the beneficiary you’re saving for in the Profile section of your Upromise account.

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