Upromise is a company that has partnered with grocery stores and many other companies to provide users with a unique way to save money for college.
When you link up your grocery store reward card with Upromise, you get e-coupons each month for specified items. When you purchase these items, your account gets credited the value of that ‘coupon’. No, it isn’t money off in store, but it is money that goes into your college savings account.
The great advantage of Upromise is that if you are like me, and have a current Sallie Mae loan, you can still earn the benefits, but it gets credited to your student loan balance.
While I haven’t earned a lot of money, the little bit extra is nice to have in paying down my balance.
Not only does Upromise earn you money for grocery, but you can earn money for shopping online at special stores as well. The cash back you earn goes toward the same account. Also, you can link up with other family members to make their purchases count!
If you don’t like any of the above options, what about a check to do with what you please?
Why wait to start saving for college or pass up the opportunity for that extra amount to pay towards your loan? Sign up with Upromise today!
There are some awesome coupons this month – $32 worth of college savings. If you plan on baking, there are some good ones – Argo, Fleischman’s, Karo, etc! Also, there are some Health & Beauty (Suave), frozen (Bertolli) and boxed foods (No Yolks, Wacky Mack), crafting (Elmer’s) and much more!
Locally, we can use these at Rite Aid, CVS, Winn Dixie, Publix and a few others