vlog: Free College Savings Program

01/27/2010. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure Policy.

I wanted to do a vlog for those of you that may not have registered for U Promise or might be confused about the program.  We should see a good Huggies deal next week at CVS so if you are interested in that deal you definitely want to register for U Promise now.  You can get up to $5 in your account by simply purchasing Huggies diapers at CVS- when there will be a great deal anyway!

U-Promise is simple- just click HERE to register your grocery cards (like CVS, Safeway, Kroger etc..) and your debit/card cards. U-Promise will track your spending and when you buy participating items you will get a credit in your account. The account can be added to a 529 account, used to pay off existing loans, or you can get a check to pay for school related expenses!  I am using my account to save a little extra for my girl’s college accounts.

If you have family members you can link their cards to your account and you get the credit for the items they purchase!  This is a super easy way to basically get free money every month on items you probably already buy.

upromiseYou can also add the e-coupons every month to your card and when you buy one of those items, the value of the coupon is added to your account!  I typically add every coupon to my card at the start of the month and I usually have $3-10 in my account for purchasing items I would have bought anyway. This is what the e-coupons look like and there are usually numerous ones to choose from.  You simply click to add them and in seconds you are done.

Remember to add all those coupons to your account after you register!   I will let you know when the new coupons are released- the coupons rotate every 30 days.

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