What is Cellfire and how does it work? Plus, New ecoupons Released Today!

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I haven’t talked much about Cellfire ecoupons. Well, the reason being I don’t have any Kroger affiliated stores in my area. However, I do realize that lots of readers do. That is why I’ve decided to start posting updates when new Cellfire coupons are available. I hope you all find this helpful!

Here is a quick overview of Cellfire and how it can help you SAVE even more money:

What is Cellfire?
Cellfire is a company that offers ecoupons which can be downloaded with the click of a mouse to your store loyalty card. Pretty simple, huh? When the cashier scans your card while checking out the coupons will be deducted automatically from your total!

What stores offer Cellfire ecoupons?
City Market
King Soopers
Pay Less
Tom Thumb (NEW Store!)
Randalls (NEW Store!)
More to come!!!

Do you want to start utilizing Cellfire?
Just go on over here and register your store loyalty card. To register you will need to put in a phone number, but it does NOT have to be your cell phone number. Then you’ll be able to choose which coupons you’d like to save to your card. You can store up to 50 ecoupons on your card at once. There is no harm or penalty if you don’t use all the coupons you load to your card, so I would recommend loading all the coupons available. That way if you come across a great sale or markdown you won’t have to worry about a coupon not being loaded on your card.

Can you stack a Cellfire coupon with a manufacturer coupon on one item?
Since I don’t have any stores that offer Cellfire ecoupons I really don’t have a strong opinion on this topic. However, after reading Southern Savers post, I would say that at this point it only makes sense to be able to stack these coupons.

Alright, are you ready to load up some great coupons?!
Cellfire just released a new batch as of today, 5/19:

Save $.55 when you buy Lucky Charms cereal
Save $.60 when you buy any flavor 4.5 OZ. OR LARGER Chex Mix OR Chex 100 Calorie Snack.
Save $.75 when you purchase any (2) Two Knorr Sides product!
Save $.60 when you purchase any (1) One Best Foods product!
Save $.75 when you buy TWO any flavor Betty Crocker Box Supreme Brownie Mixes.
Save $.55 when you buy ONE BOX any flavor/variety Nature Valley Granola Bars.
Save $.75 when you buy Banana Nut Cheerios cereal.
Save $.50 when you buy SIX any variety Yoplait Yogurt cups (Includes Original, Light, Thick & Creamy, OR Whips!) OR any flavor Yoplait Original OR Light
Save $.35 when you buy any flavor Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mix.
Save $.60 when you purchase any (1) One Hellmann’s product!
Save $.50 when you buy any flavor Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper OR Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meals.
Save $.50 when you buy any Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries.
Save $.80 when you buy TWO any flavor Yoplait® products listed: – Yoplait Go-GURT Yogurt – Yoplait Kids Cup Yogurt – Yoplait Kids Yogurt Drink – Yoplait
Save $1 when you purchase any (1) One 200ml or larger Vaseline® hand and body lotion

**Go here to load these coupons to your card!

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Comments 14

  1. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    I am wondering if you can use the same e-coupon more than once?? So, if I buy yogurt on Tues, can I use the same yogurt coupon again on Thurs? I thought so, but I am noticing on my last receipt that some of the cellfire or shortcuts coupons didn’t come off.

  2. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    No, they are only one time use coupons.

  3. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    I received an email this morning from Huggies/Kroger stating that if you purchase $15 worth of Huggies products at participating Kroger stores between 5/17 and 5/30you receive an instant $3 off at checkout. There is a $1 Cellfire Huggies coupon, and several $3 coupons out now for the new Huggies Pure and Natural- I am curious if this would be a good deal? I may try later this week~

  4. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Their coupons disappear from your card once you use them AND you can only load them again if Cellfire refreshes the coupon for adding (making it like a “new” coupon). So if you buy 3 like items, the e-coup only comes off of one of them.

    Regarding the orig post, at Kroger you CAN stack a mfr coupon with the e-coup. AND most Krogers that offer the daily doubling up to $0.50 will double your mfr coupons on top of the e-coup as well.

  5. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Yes, it’s a great deal. I did it yesterday but purchased pull ups and diapers. I saved a total in $9.50 in coupons yesterday! But you may want to hurry up, because some of diapers are selling out fast at my Kroger!

  6. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    At my Kroger in NW Houston, you
    CAN stack the manufact coupon and the e-coupon, BUT they won’t double or triple the manufact coupon like they usually do. So it’s only helpful if you have higher value manufact coupons that wouldn’t double/triple anyway. Also, I’ve noticed the e-coupons are not reliable; they don’t always come off even when loaded…

  7. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Thanks! Another great site that does the exact same thing is http://www.shortcuts.com I am thinking I will checkout the Cellfire and see if we could ”double-up” on the coupons for the same store!
    Thanks again

  8. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    I just signed up for this because Kroger is one of my main stores I shop at. I have tried using Shortcuts and it worked once. I guess there is no harm in trying. I do have some coupons to stack on top of the new ecoupons.

  9. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    If you shop at Kroger there are three e-coupon sites that are great to use:
    shortcuts.com, cellfire.com and pgesaver.com. Pgesaver.com offers great coupons on Proctor and Gamble products.

    As far as e-coupons not coming off at the register, you have to make sure you get the right product listed in the right size, just like regular coupons. It is best to print out your list of e-coupons and make sure you get the right item at the store.

  10. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Looks like some great deals but I don’t think we have any of those stores out here either.

  11. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    check out the shortcuts.com and pgesaver.com coupons as well for the same type of savings. These are wonderful stacked with paper coupons. You can’t stack ecoupons but you can use a paper coupon on the same product for double, even triple the savings. Kroger will double the paper up to .50 and the ecoupon comes off too. Lots of freebies or near free items that way.

  12. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    I’ve had good luck with shortcuts before and am looking forward to trying cellfire. With shortcuts or pgesaver, if the coupon doesn’t come off, I email them the receipt number and item UPC, and if it was the right item, they will credit my shopping card with the coupon’s value and it comes off the next time.

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