Electronic coupons
April 24, 2008, 5:12 pm
Filed under: Coupons

If you’re not the type of person who enjoys cutting out coupons or if you’re a couponer who would like a way to save even more, there are two websites that I know of that offer electronic coupons that load directly onto your grocery loyalty cards: Procter & Gamble eSaver and Shortcuts.

These electronic coupons are only offered for select stores (Kroger is one of them), so be sure to check and see if a store near you is participating before signing up. While these coupons cannot be doubled, they can be used in conjunction with regular paper coupons. For example, you can use a $.50 electronic coupon for an item as well as a $.50 paper coupon that is then doubled for a grandĀ totalĀ of $1.50 off the item. Talk about an opportunity to save!

Do you know of any other electronic coupon programs available?