Upromise

I have seen information on Upromise for a long time on blogs but have never gotten around to checking it out until yesterday. After looking over their website and seeing testimonials on-line, I think this has got to be the easiest way to save some money for future education, whether it be for you or someone else. Also, if you have a current Sallie Mae loan from past education, the money saved can be used to help pay down that balance.

There are two ways to earn money on Upromise once you register.

1- Register your frequent user cards. Most people have a frequent user card for their grocery store and drug store. There are thousands of products that will give you a percentage back if you purchase them using the registered card (all you have to do is use your card for great sales the same way you do now). Once the card is registered it automatically checks for that item. As long as your frequent user card is current this money will always be saved.

2- Upromise e-coupons. Every month upromise loads coupons onto their web site. You then log into your account and select the coupons you would like to load onto your card. Let’s say you get the $1.50 off Huggies coupon. When you go to the store and buy Huggies, $1.50 goes into your Upromise account, even if you are already using coupons in the store.

Here are the coupons that were added for this month:
$0.45/1 Little Debbie 100 Calorie Cakes
$0.50/1 Bounty Napkins
$0.50/1 King Arthur Flour Unbleached Cake Flour
$0.50/1 New York Brand Frozen Product
$0.50/1 Snyder’s of Hanover Sourdough Hard Pretzels
$0.50/1 Spray ‘n Wash
$0.50/1 Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White
$0.50/1 Wacky Mac & Cheese Dinner
$0.50/1 Wacky Mac Multi-Shaped and Multi-Colored Pasta
$0.55/1 Fisher Fusions Snack Mixes
$0.55/1 Sun Belt Hearty Grain Cookies
$0.75/1 Glass Plus
$0.75/1 Lime-A-Way
$0.75/1 Little Debbie Double Chocolate Chip Muffins
$0.75/1 No Yolks Egg White Pasta
$1.25/1 Cabot Cheese Bars
$1.50/1 Chiquita Bites Multipack or Family Pack
$1.50/1 Huggies or Huggies Supreme Diapers
$1.50/1 K-Cup Pack OR Bagged Coffee
$1/1 Blue Bunny Aspen Frozen Yogurt Granola Bars
$1/1 Blue Bunny Sedona Frozen Yogurt Granola Sandwiches
$1/1 Bounty Paper Towels
$1/1 Charmin Fresh Mates
$1/1 Charmin MegaRoll
$1/1 Charmin Plus Lotion
$1/1 Chiquita Bites Singles
$1/1 Everyday Fun Size Nestle Chocolate Items
$1/1 Gold Bond Baby Powder
$1/1 Gold Bond Lotion
$1/1 Gold Bond Medicated Powder
$1/1 Gold Bond Ultimate Powder
$1/1 Krunchers! Kettle Style Potato Chips
$1/1 Krusteaz Waffles, Pancakes or French Toast with CoroWise
$1/1 Weight Watchers Frozen Novelty
$1/1 Weight Watchers Ice Cream Multipacks
$1/2 Instant Krazy Glue
$1/2 Ronzoni Healthy Harvest
$1/2 Wonka Laffy Taffy or Wonka Nerds Grape/Strawberry
$2/1 4-Blade BIC Soleil System or Soleil Shimmer System Handle or Cartridge Refill
$2/1 Gold Bond Anti-Itch Lotion
$2/1 Gold Bond Pain Relieving Foot Cream
$2/1 Gold Bond Ultimate Soothin Lotion
$3/2 BIC Comfort 3 Men’s or Women’s Pivot
$5/2 Similac Infant Formula

I could write about all of this for a while, but I challenge you to take a few minutes and log onto their website and look around. If you are trying to save for an education imagine what could happen if a whole family came together and registered their cards to help send someone to school!

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