All you have to do is create an account then log in and select the coupons you would like to use. The coupons are available immediately once you “clip” them. They make it easy to do while you are in the store as well. You can always view your coupons and any new available coupons online from your mobile browser.
To redeem your coupons, all you have to do is enter your registered phone number at checkout or tell the cashier your registered phone number. Your coupons are electronically matched against your purchases and automatically deducted from your bill.
I checked today and there were a 101 coupons available to load….not bad!
Like other digital coupon programs, you can not use a paper coupon and a digital coupon together. According to the frequently asked questions on the site…
Should a paper coupon be accepted for an item, the digital coupon will not be accepted and will remain in your account for future use.
This is a nice option. At some stores, once you load a digital coupon it will be used first so you have to be careful not to load a digital coupon that may be a lower value that your paper coupon. I set up a dummy account and I thought the process of loading the coupons was pretty simple. If you want to check it out and see the details and FAQ you will need to set up an account. There is a limited amount of info on the sign up page. Once you login you can see the FAQ at the bottom of the page.
I like the idea of having another option for coupons.
I used today and while the cashiers get the new system is just more time!
Let me know how this work for you. The $5 Winn-Dixie coupon still working and if you know you do not have any good digital coupon skip to put your phone.