Earn A Free Kindle Using SavingStar (A Frugal Chick Video)

by Laura on September 19, 2011

Many of you have told me you are interested in purchasing Kindles for the upcoming holidays.  And I have to tell you- odds are it is not going to go on sale.

So instead of searching for one used or hoping for Amazon’s generosity you can earn Amazon credit using SavingStar to get a free kindle.

Here is my video on how to use SavingStar to earn your free Kindle (or anything else that you want on Amazon)!

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Laura September 20, 2011 at 7:44 am

Let’s use the Johnsonville Brats as an example. If they are on sale for $2 at Food Lion and you buy 2 of them you will pay $4 at check out. Then if you have a $1 coupon it will knock your total down to $3. You will pay the $3. In a few days you will see $1 in your SavingsStar account because you activated the Johnsonville Brat coupon. The store has no idea that anything having to do with SavingStar took place during that transaction.

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marta garcia September 20, 2011 at 12:00 am

I have a question on the star savings, by activating the coupon online do u still use the coupons in hand. Will you be using both or just one. The coupon savings turn into cash amount so it minus from total! I got confused?
thanks.

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