What are eCoupons?

eCoupons are electronic coupons that you load to your store loyalty card. eCoupons are manufacturer coupons that require no clipping, printing, or sorting. They load directly from the internet to your store loyalty card. When you buy the item and enter your loyalty card information, the coupon will automatically be deducted.

Where do I find eCoupons?

Store websites
Go to your store’s home site, log in to your account, and add coupons to your store loyalty card. Safeway stores no longer accept third party eCoupon sites.

Get valuable savings on groceries, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. Kroger stores use Cellfire, as well as many entertainment and restaurant venues.When it comes to grocery coupons, Cellfire has nothing to do with your cell phone! Load Cellfire coupons HERE.

P&G eSaver
Load grocery coupons from the P&G family to use at Kroger stores. Go HERE to sign up.

Provides eCoupons to Kroger stores across the country. Go HERE to sign up and HERE to see a list of participating stores.

Upromise is a one-stop college service provider that helps families earn, save and pay for higher education. With Upromise, families can automatically save money for college while making everyday purchases at grocery and drug stores, gas stations, restaurants, retail stores and online shopping sites. You load “coupons” onto your grocers savings card and instead of the savings being deducted from your total, they are added to a college fund for your kids! Genius! Go HERE to sign up!

How to Use eCoupons:

  1. Load eCoupons through links above or through your store’s website.
  2. Find your store loyalty card, enter phone number or order a new one
  3. Join the eCoupons services for your local grocery store, by entering your loyalty card number when prompted
  4. Load the coupons you want on your card. There is usually a 50–150 coupon limit per servicer per card.
  5. Wait to use coupon when it’s paired with a sale!

eCouponing FAQs:

Q. If I load a coupon for $1.00/1 peanut butter, can I buy 4 peanut butters and save $4?

A. No. Only 1 coupon is loaded per card. If you buy 4 of the same item the savings will only be deducted one time.

Q. I loaded some coupons onto my store card- but they were for things I won’t use. How can I remove them?

A. Unfortunately, for most Safeway affiliate stores, once you add a coupon to your card, you cannot remove it until you use it, or it expires. Kroger and its affiliates now feature a “remove” option when you view your list of Active Coupons.

Q. I loaded coupons from Cellfire and Shortcuts onto the same card. Some of the coupons were for the same product, and I want to make sure the higher value coupon comes off first. Is there a way?

A. Nope. If you are buying 2 products, then both coupons will be taken off, but you can’t control which one comes off first, if you are only buying one.

Q. Can I use regular manufacturer coupons with the eCoupons on the same product?

A. This is technically using 2 manufacturer coupons on one item and is not allowed, but is ultimately left up to your store.


Fill in the details below or click an icon to log in.

8 thoughts on “eCoupons 101: How to Use eCoupons”

Where do ibuy store loyalty card?


[…] Upload these coupons electronically to your store loyalty card, and they will apply automatically at checkout when you swipe your card.  They can be loaded and used one time per card. There’s no need to clip and file these, and you can add several within seconds! Find out more about eCoupons and how to use them here. […]


On the Walgreen’s web site it states at check out ‘enter coupon code’??? They don’t use a membership card. I’ve tried the UPC number and on the coupon itself there is no code number that I see. Anyone????HELP???


Do you have an updated link for the Unilever ecoupons? The link there does not work. Thanks!


I just got back from Safeway and bought 1 box of Cascadian cereal. I had 2 $1 off coupons loaded to my card and used 1 $1 printable coupon. When I got in the car and checked my receipt, I saw that both ecoupons were deducted for just one box of the cereal on top of my $1 coupon, which means I got $3 off of one box of cereal. I assume this is a glitch according to your notes above that say that this isn’t how it works, but it was a nice surprise since the other day my $3 off Huggies coupon didn’t redeem for some reason.


P&G eSaver comes to an end for good on Dec. 31st… 🙁


I wonder why??? People are really miss using all the coupon services. It might help the struggling news paper business, but the venders and stores have got to be sick of the deal.



Just a heads up! I received an email from the Kroger family letting me know that starting Dec 31st, they will no longer be loading any P&G eSaver coupons onto the store saver cards.

Here is the email I got from them: http://www.pgeverydaysolutions.com/email/esaver/200912/kroger.html