How Did I Forget Pepper Jack Cheese? | Community Board Polls

My Band Made $400 to Play One Song

5 Ways to Re-Purpose Your Episodes Like a Champ with Transcripts

How I Became a Full-Time Musician and Toured Casinos Across the Country

Pet Peeve: Not Parking Within The Lines

I’d Rather be Punched in the Face

My Move to Nashville in 2005

Thinking About Having a Podcast? Let Derrick Help You!

SavingStar Raises $9 Million in Bid to Replace Paper Coupons

I use affiliate links in some of my posts. I may earn a commission if you use my links. Full disclosure.

SavingStar Raises $9 Million in Bid to Replace Paper Coupons


Digital-coupon player SavingStar has raised $9 million in Series C financing less than a year after its launch as it looks to build on its lead in the still-small effort to replace paper coupons…

SavingStar lets consumers load brand discount offers from its website to their shopper cards and redeem them instantly at checkout. So far, 150 brands have run offers on the service. Brands from PepsiCo and Kellogg Co. also have used the “One or Many” program, through which shoppers sign up using or Facebook brand pages to get high-value rewards for multiple purchases.

For example, a current Kellogg offer ending March 21 gives shoppers $5 back when they spend $20 on Special K products over a month. Those rewards are deposited into users’ SavingStar accounts and can be transferred to their bank or PayPal accounts, converted to an Amazon gift card or donated to conservation program American Forests. Read more…



BE COOL -> Subscribe to my Youtube channel

Comments are closed.