Cellfire: The New Way to Do Coupons!

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eCoupons are the new “hip” way to coupon without the hassle of clipping and printing! If you have not tried them yet, you are missing out. They are one of the most simple ways to keep your hard-earned money in your pocket…where it belongs. As many of you know, my favorite eCoupon provider is Cellfire. Today I’m going to take a moment to walk you through how it works so you can see how simple it really is!
Step 1: Go HERE. From this page you have tow options. You can click on the “Change Store” button if you store isn’t shown there already, or you can click “+Add Card”.
Step 2: Fill in your loyalty card and contact information. Don’t worry, your cell phone number is just your account ID, they will not start sending you texts or anything like that.
Step 3: After your card is registered, you can click “Save to Card” under each of the coupons.
Step 4: Your done! The coupons will be loaded to your shopper’s card and will automatically deduct from your total when you buy the specified item. You can also select to print, e-mail, or text your shopping list so you know what coupons you have.
If you happen to have multiple stores in your area that accept Cellfire coupons, I always suggest having a separate Cellfire account for each store shopper’s card you have.
So there it is! I told you it was easy! Have fun rocking those eCoupons!

Comments

  1. Nina says

    How do you keep track of these kinds of coupons? As in, how do you remember that they are there and buy the items listed. The coupons from the paper are tangible and easier to remember. Do you know what I mean? I’m new to couponing, and I’d like to have a system for keeping track of paper and digital coupons.

  2. Julie says

    The only thing that I have seen that is not so great about e-coupons, is that they won’t be doubled at King Soopers or Safeway, so that is something to keep in mind when you are figuring out how to save the most money at the store.

  3. Rachel says

    Is a Cellfire coupon considered a “store” coupon or a manufacturer’s coupon? Meaning, can I combine them with other coupons, and which ones?

  4. Kendra Gemberling says

    I have Safeway where we are, and for some reason I cant seem to find Safeway on the store list for Cellfire.

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