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Gain Access to High Value Coupons with the Savings Club!

After many requests from you our readers, we’ve investigated the Savings Club! Hopefully, this provides you with enough information to decide if it’s worth it. Plus, they are currently offering a free one-month trial! So check it out for FREE!

What is the Savings Club?

It is a service you pay for to gain access to higher value coupons. Plus, there are coupons for items we normally don’t see coupons for. These coupons are NOT available without a subscription.  So think of it kind of like another newspaper subscription.

How much does the Savings Club cost?

You can sign up for one of the following plans.

  • $3 per month
  • $30 for one year (Like getting 2 months FREE!)

They are currently running a promotion to receive 30 days FREE! You will pay nothing upon signup. It does require debit/credit card information as it automatically debits your account each month/year, depending on the option you select. You can cancel at any time.

How frequently are the coupons updated and where do I find them?

Their goal is to keep the premium coupons collection as fresh as possible, with new offers available every month. We’ve seen new coupons added and others expire mid-month.

Upon login, you’ll see that all the premium coupons will be listed first. They will have a red “Savings Club Offer” banner.  This banner will show regardless of how you sort the coupons.

Are there any other added benefits?

As a member, you get access to the Coupon Finder, which is a quick way to view what coupons are available. This list also shows you what coupons are expiring soon so you can print them! This list includes ALL coupons, not just the Savings Club coupons, and it groups them by categories. When you click on a category, it will expand and list the coupons in descending order based on their value.

You’ll also gain access to Live Chat Support. This is a neat feature, especially when you can’t find a coupon. You’ll be able to chat with a REAL person, right from your computer!

What if I don’t print any coupons during the month?

This would be the one negative. You won’t be reimbursed if you don’t print any coupons.

What types of coupons can I expect to see?

Here’s a list of the best coupons that are currently available:

$1.00/1 Angel Soft Bathroom Tissue, 12 Double Rolls or Larger
$2.00/2 KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce or Marinades
Buy One, Get One Free Twix Brand Cookie Bars
$1.00/1 Tony’s Original Crust Pizza
$1.00/2 Lean Cuisine Varieties
$3.00/1 Kingsford Charcoal, 6.3 lbs +
$1.25/2 Nestle or Wonka Stand-up Bag Candy
Buy One, Get One Free Snausages Backyard Grillers
$2.25/1 Degree Woman Clinical Protection Deodorant
$2.00/3 Boxes of Hot Pockets or Lean Pockets
$2.50/1 Renu Fresh or Renu Multi-Purpose Contact Solution
$1.25/1 Comet Stainless Steel Cleaning Product
$0.60/1 French’s Honey  Mustard Dipping Sauce
$0.60/1 French’s Dijon Mustard
$0.60/1 Bridgford Frozen Rolls or Bread Dough or Monkey Bread
$1.50/2 Snickers Brand Fun Size Peanut Butter Squared Bars
$2.00/2 Comet Bathroom Sprays or Cream Cleansers
$1.00/2 Castleberry Canned Products
$5.00/1 Sergeant’s Pronyl OTC Product for Cats or Dogs
$4.00/1 AmLactin Lotion
$1.50/2 Bob Evans Refrigerated Side Dishes
$2.00/1 Miconazole 3 Combination Pack (redeem at Walgreens)
$1.50/4 Extend Nutrition Single Servings or off 1 Multi-Serve Pack
$5.00/1 Abduction on Blu-Ray or DVD
$1.50/1 Seeds of Change Certified Organic Product
$5.00/1 AmLactin Ultra Product
$1.25/2 Combos Baked Snacks
$3.00/1 Milo’s Kitchen brand Home-Style Dog Treats
$3.50/1 TruBiotics Product
$0.75/1 Hot Pockets brand Snackers
$4.00/1 Slo-Niacin Product
$15.00/1 Jiffy Lube Signature Service Oil Change

If you notice, many coupons have NO restrictions and most are worth $1.00 or more! This is rare!

Is the Savings Club worth it? YOU decide!

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9 thoughts on “Gain Access to High Value Coupons with the Savings Club!”

  1. Jdehart says:

    Just heard about the fraudulent coupon ring that was busted out west. One of the tips is you should never have to pay for coupons. I think I will pass.

  2. Teo0525 says:

    For me, and for the items I purchase, this is a great deal.  On my first day of membership I went away with enough coupons (on items that we use) to pay for two years of membership. 

    This will mean free BBQ sauce, super cheap charcoal for the BBQ we are hosting next month, cheap dog treats for my furry kids, quick side dishes and candy bars for my 18 yo son, cheap lunches for me…plus some coupons will help me donate to the local women’s shelter and animal shelter, cheap or free items.  I think it’s well worth it for my household.

    It is going to depend on what your household uses, whether this is a good deal or not.

  3. Jamie says:

    Can you print the higher value coupons through swagbucks if you buy this membership?  I always print my coupons through swagbucks so that I can earn points toward amazon gift cards.  Great for Christmas shopping!  Please help!  Thanks, Jamie

  4. Kbunch says:

    I joined and now I can’t cancel, it keeps charging $3.00 a month even though I followed the procedure to cancel. if anyone knows how to cancel, I would greatly appreciate knowing. 

    • Have you tried calling their Customer Service line?

    • Customer Support says:

       Hi KBunch,

      I am with Customer Support and would like to offer whatever assistance you require to help with your cancellation request.  If you could please contact me directly with your Savings Club subscription info (name, email used to join, etc.)  I’ll be happy to look into the matter personally and get it resolved.  We appreciate your business and value your comments.

      Customer Support
      513-229-8605, Inc.

    • Coupons_Support says:

       Hi Ms. Bunch,

      Your Savings Club has been cancelled.  Please let me know if there is anything else I can assist you with.  You’ll receive an email with the confirmation.

      Customer Support, Inc.

  5. JO says:

    we get 99 percent of those on the regular sites so im a bit hesitant on this hmm

    • Flag1 says:

      I am with you. I actually receive higher value coupons directly from the companies and most of what is listed I don’t purchase. I also have never believed in purchasing coupons.