I am a coupon clipper.
I scour the paper and the web for grocery coupons, diaper coupons (well, training pants now), percent-off coupons, you name it. I rarely make a shopping trip without first clipping coupons.
Sometimes it takes hours.
No problem if you save a ton of money right?
Yeah well…it doesn’t help if you take all that time and then FORGET your coupons at home.
Hey, at least I remembered my children, and remembered to change them out of their jammies.
And the worst thing is cleaning expired coupons that I forgot I had out of my wallet, especially if I recently purchased the item without a coupon.
There is one place that I go that I don’t have to remember to clip coupons or go searching for them, because they provide them for me! Sam’s Club Plus Members automatically get coupons loading onto their membership cards, they are stored there and automatically redeemed at the register. Easy!
The program is called eValues and provides great savings with no hassle and without the stress of remembering to bring your coupons to the store.
With Labor Day coming up, Sam’s Club is having a HUGE savings celebration with so many eValues savings you can essentially pay for the cost of membership three times with the money you can save! With eValues you can actually check ahead of time which deals are loaded onto your card so you can make sure you stock up on items that give you extra savings. The last time I went to Sam’s Club I forgot to check my eValues and I bought some laundry detergent (LOVE the big bottles, they last soooo long) and was pleasantly surprised that Sam’s already great price was made even lower because there was an eValues coupon on my card. So instead of forgetting my coupons, I received a surprise discount. Can’t get much easier than that.
So how about you, do you use coupons? Have you ever taken the time to cut out coupons only to realize when you get to the store you forgot them? Does the idea of pre-loaded coupons on your membership card appeal to you?
Sam’s Club provided me with monetary compensation for my participation in the Labor Day Evalues Campaign.