I was just introduced to a new way to save at CVS (and other local grocery/drug stores). SavingStar is a service where you can link up your store loyalty cards and attach e-coupons to them. When you buy the product you earn that coupon amount in your account (it is not taken off of your bill) and when you have $5 saved up you can turn it into an Amazon Gift Code or a Paypal payout (with more options to come as it grows).
The great thing is you can still use your regular "paper" coupons at the same time. Your regular coupons come off at the store and your SavingStar coupons are added to your account. They currently have 50+ coupons to choose from: food & household items (including Huggies diapers). So if you'd like another way to save, check out Saving Star.
It's free and easy to sign up!
SavingStar the smart and simple way to save on your groceries and online shopping.
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