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Upromise eCoupons: September 2009

by Tara Kuczykowski on September 2, 2009 · 16 comments

upromise-ecouponsHave you started using Upromise ecoupons yet? These ecoupons actually deposit your savings directly into your children's college savings accounts, but unlike other ecoupons, they can be stacked with other manufacturer coupons, essentially earning you free money for college!

Here is a list of this month's coupons, which have all been entered into the Deal Seeking Mom Coupon Database for easy reference as well:

  • $2/1 4-Blade Soleil System or Soleil Shimmer System Handle or Refill
  • $1/1 Adagio Gourmet Teas
  • $1/4 Anteadote Iced Teas
  • $1/1 Beech-Nut Homestyle Stage 3 Baby Food
  • $1/1 Beech-Nut Infant Cereal
  • $1.50/3 Beech-Nut Let's Grow Toddler Food
  • $1/1 Bic Comfort 3 Advance Shavers
  • $2/1 Bic Soleil Bella or Bic Soleil Triple
  • $1/1 Blue Bunny Aspen Frozen Yogurt Granola Bars
  • $1/1 Blue Bunny Sedona Frozen Yogurt Granola Sandwiches
  • $0.50/1 Bounty Napkins
  • $1/1 Bounty Paper Towels
  • $1.25/1 Cabot Cheese Bars
  • $1/1 Charmin Fresh Mates
  • $1/1 Charmin MegaRoll
  • $1/1 Charmin Plus Lotion
  • $2/1 Chiquita Bites Multipack or Family Pack
  • $2/2 Chiquita Bites Singles
  • $1.50/2 Elmer's Paintastics or Squeeze N Brush Products
  • $0.55/1 Fisher Culinary Touch Cooking, Baking or Salad Topping
  • $0.75/1 Glass Plus
  • $1/1 Gold Bond Anti-Itch Cream
  • $2/1 Gold Bond Anti-Itch Lotion
  • $1/1 Gold Bond Baby Powder
  • $1/1 Gold Bond Foot Care Item
  • $1/1 Gold Bond Lotion
  • $1/1 Gold Bond Medicated Powder
  • $2/1 Gold Bond Pain Relieving Foot Cream
  • $1/1 Gold Bond Ultimate Powder
  • $2/1 Gold Bond Ultimate Protection Lotion
  • $2/1 Gold Bond Ultimate Soothing Lotion
  • $1/1 Grande Tortilla Chips
  • $1.50/1 Huggies or Huggies Supreme Diapers
  • $1/2 Krusteaz Waffles, Pancakes or French Toast
  • $1/1 Krusteaz Waffles, Pancakes or French Toast with CoroWise
  • $0.75/1 Lime-A-W
  • $0.45/1 Little Debbie 100 Calorie Cakes
  • $0.75/1 Little Debbie Double Chocolate Chip Muffins
  • $1/2 Marzetti Refrigerated Dressings
  • $0.75/1 No Yolks Egg White pasta
  • $1/1 Padrinos Tortilla Chips
  • $5/1 Similac Ready-to-Feed Infant Formula
  • $1/1 Snyder's of Hanover Tortilla Chips
  • $0.50/1 Spray 'n Wash
  • $1.50/1 Spray 'n Wash Bright & White
  • $0.55/1 Sun Belt Hearty Grain Cookies
  • $0.50/1 Wacky Mac & Cheese Dinner
  • $0.50/1 Wacky Mac Multi-Shaped and Multi-Colored pasta
  • $1/1 Weight Watchers Frozen Novelty
  • $1/2 Weight Watchers Ice Cream Multi-Packs

To load these coupons on your store bonus card (here's a list of participating stores):

1. Sign up for a Upromise.

2. Click on eCoupons in the left side bar.

3. Select the coupons you're interested in using (or simply add all of them in case you find a great deal on a product you wouldn't normally buy!).

4. Activate the coupons on your bonus card.

5. Begin saving!

Do you use Upromise eCoupons?

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1 Shaina September 2, 2009 at 9:55 am

I first signed up for Upromise in 2000 when my first child was born. I love that they now have coupons.


2 Jennifer Laxson September 2, 2009 at 10:33 am

Don't you have to use a credit card for this?


3 Jeff @ Upromise September 2, 2009 at 11:03 am

Hey Shaina, glad to hear you're loving the eCoupons. Enjoy!


4 Jamie September 2, 2009 at 11:50 am

I've been a Upromise member for years too. I just wish more products participated and that my store (HyVee) would make their store brands a part of the deal!


5 Jim Doman September 2, 2009 at 11:52 am

Hi Tara,
I always enjoy reading your posts. With UPromise, though, I hope you'll take a look at the evidence that they run a parasitic program which can ultimately negatively affect you, other affiliates, and the merchants you display on your website. I think this recent blog post summarizes the situation rather well:

I hope you'll reconsider your endorsement of UPromise or learn more about parasitic affiliates and avoid endorsing them in the future. I'm sure many other affiliates, affiliate networks and merchants would appreciate your consideration. Consumers should benefit as well because merchants' advertising costs will be lower which in theory should keep consumer prices down.



6 julia September 2, 2009 at 2:42 pm

I am new to this program snd wondering how the fund will be collected in the future. How if my baby girl doesn't go to college after all?


7 amanda September 2, 2009 at 7:19 pm

Julia, to answer your question, you can request a check for the amount you have saved at any time! If you roll it over to a 529 plan though....then it can't be just paid out in a check.

I started the Upromise Fund about 7 years ago before we even had kids. Way back then, it was hard to get any kind of collection in there as I lived in Wisconsin and no stores or anyplace participated and the only way I could get any contributions was to shop online.

Finally, moving to OH, there were lots more places. I wanted to surprise my husband this past spring with a nice birthday gift without him seeing a dip in our budget and wondering where the money went. So, I decided to request a distribution from my hard earned Upromise account. It took me 7 years to collect $181 dollars in there! But it was simple to get the distribution. I just filled out a form and mailed it in. They only cut a check at designated times every 3 months..but the process was simple enough.

I'm glad that they have now added the Ecoupons. It's a significantly greater savings than the few cents that have been contributed for specific items in the past!


8 Jeff @ Upromise September 3, 2009 at 3:21 pm

Hi Julia. Amanda is absolutely can choose to receive your Upromise earnings in the form of a check. Speaking of which, here's a page with information on that and other ways to use your earnings:

Welcome aboard and please let me know if you have any other questions or would like advice on best ways to use the program.

Jeff @Upromise


9 erika September 4, 2009 at 12:40 am

Ive never used upromise ecoupons before, is the amount of the ecoupon deducted off my total or is it that the amount of the ecoupon is deposited in my upromise account, thanks to any1 for answering


10 Jeff @ Upromise September 8, 2009 at 11:14 pm

Erika, it's the latter...the amount of the eCoupon is deposited into your Upromise account.


11 erica September 21, 2009 at 11:21 am

I'm wondering how long it takes to get deposited into your account. I used some last month and haven't been credited yet. Also, can you use regular coupons too?


12 Tara Kuczykowski September 21, 2009 at 12:14 pm

Some of the deposits do take a long time. I'm not sure that there's a standard timeframe since the deposits are coming from so many difference sources.

Yes, I have it straight from a Upromise rep that you can use manufacturer's coupon in conjunction with the ecoupons because they are a separate deposit into a college savings account and not a true ecoupon.


13 Jeff @ Upromise September 21, 2009 at 12:27 pm

Hi Erica. Tara is right about the regular coupons...they can be redeemed along with Upromise eCoupons. As for how long the savings will take to post in your account, it's typically 30 to 60 business days following the purchase. By the way, here's a link over to a page that outlines the time frame for all types of purchases made with Upromise partners:


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