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Upromise: $5 Sign-Up Bonus + Great Coupons

by Tara Kuczykowski on August 22, 2009 · 6 comments

Scholarship Promotion

If you haven't joined Upromise to start saving for your child's college education, here's a fabulous incentive! Domino Sugar is offering a $5 sign-up bonus to new members. Just ented the code DOMINO5 in the "Tell Us More" section on the registration page.

You may be wondering what makes Upromise such a great program . . .

It makes saving a little extra toward paying for your child's college education easy. My favorite way to earn is with the grocery savings. You simply attach your store loyalty cards (like CVS, Kroger, Publix, Safeway and more!) to your Upromise account, and you'll automatically earn small deposits to your account when you purchase qualifying items.

Even better, Upromise offers their own "ecoupons." However, unlike other ecoupons that cannot be stacked with manufacturer coupons, it is completely legitimate to stack a Upromise ecoupon with a manufacturer coupon. Upromise ecoupons are actually deposits into your college savings account and are therefore not a true ecoupon, so stack away!

You'll find all of the current Upromise ecoupons listed in the Deal Seeking Mom Coupon Database for easy reference.

Thanks, Freebies 4 Mom!

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1 kristen August 22, 2009 at 12:21 am

Wow! Thanks so much. We have 4 children, but not the funds to start a college fund right now, hubby lost his job today. SO, this is a great way to start! AND they are building 2 NEW CVS stores in town, I am excited!


2 julia August 22, 2009 at 6:50 am

Thanks for the link. I've seen the program around but never know what it is. Thanks for the explanation. I signed up but the DOMINO5 $5 didn't get credit. It's okay though.


3 Megan August 22, 2009 at 9:46 am

Thanks for the info. I just signed up and I didn't see the $5 credit. Do you know if it takes a few days? Let me know at



4 Tara Kuczykowski August 22, 2009 at 10:10 am

I don't think the bonus is credited instantly since you have to enter it in a general field on the registration page. I would check your account in a week or so and contact them by email if you don't see the credit by then.


5 mandy August 22, 2009 at 10:42 am

It took longer than a week for my credit to show when I opened my account. I had a $3 sign-up bonus from Snyder's Pretzels and I think it took a couple of weeks to post. Everything (sign-up bonus, e-coupons, online shopping, percentages of groceries) is slow to post to Upromise, unfortunately, sometime up to three or four weeks!!! Not that I'm complaining, because everything eventually posts...


6 Tara Kuczykowski August 22, 2009 at 11:03 am

Thanks for the info, Mandy! That's really helpful. I signed up when my first was born in 2002, so things have changed a lot since then.


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