Cool Ways to Use Cellfire + Giveaway

I've been chatting up Cellfire this month because they've rolled out some nifty new ways to enjoy their ecoupons and I want to make sure that as many people as possible know how to use this great way to save on their groceries.

First of all, the easiest thing to do is to hop over to the right hand sidebar and sign up. Cellfire ecoupons can be used at Kroger-family stores, Safeway, and Shoprite. Some coupons are store specific so if a coupon isn't available when you log in it's because it's not available at the store in your area.

Second, Cellfire has been releasing their Cinderella coupons this month. These $x off coupons have been available on their website at specific times and for very short periods of time, in very limited quantities. I got a $1 the first time around but had a schedule conflict during the second time period and wasn't online. But, hey - that's what happens.

Third, I love that Cellfire sends me reminder emails that I have coupons that are about to expire. How Cool Is That!! I can't think of any other marketer doing something like that - can you? Seriously, it's like saying, "Please spend my money!" and truly Cellfire is just that easy.

It really is an easy approach to saving money at the store. Load the coupons and forget about it. When you check out they come off your receipt. Sure, I double check to make sure but at least I don't have to dig through my coupon caddy or worry that I dropped tiny pieces of paper while going up and down the aisles of the store.

So, if you haven't tried Cellfire yet I encourage you to give it a try. And while you're at it go ahead and leave me a comment telling me that you did. Or tell me what you like about Cellfire. Or tell me if you were lucky enough to catch a Cinderella coupon last week. Remember, each comment in English enters you into a drawing for a grocery gift card courtesy of Cellfire.

**Disclosure: The $100 Gift card is provided by Cellfire to readers of this blog. I will receive compensation for my work through the month.


June 25, 2010 at 7:12 PM Mari said...

What I like about Cellfire is the convenience of not having to lug aroung paper clipped coupons, which weighs my hobo bag down! runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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