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Upromise – Save for College & Get Free Shipping Plus Double Rewards
So I love online shopping and I don’t buy a thing before checking to see if I can go through Upromise. Have you heard of Upromise?
WHAT IS UPROMISE?
Upromise by Sallie Mae is a rewards program that can help you earn cash back from popular online retailers such as Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target.com, Macy’s, Best Buy and more. While you’re ordering holiday gifts online, you can earn money for college which can be applied to Sallie Mae student loan repayment, savings accounts, eligible 529 college savings plans or even request a check.
DOES IT REALLY WORK?
To date, I have saved a little over $2000 for my children's college funds. I started saving in 2002 when I joined shortly after finding out I was pregnant. I even got my parents to join in and help save as well.
SAVE MORE THIS HOLIDAY SEASON IN TWO WAYS
First, by starting all your online shopping at Upromise.com you can get up to 5%, or more of your eligible purchases, back in addition to great deals.
Then, since Upromise has so many free shipping offers, online coupons and on Dec. 10th and 17th, college saving rewards will double to 10% at featured online partners such as Macy’s, Finish Line, and Harry & David.
How great is that? I am going to save even more at the stores I shop at every day.
GET THE REWARDU TOOLBAR TO NEVER MISS A CHANCE TO SAVE
Make sure to download RewardU, which will remind you where you can save with Upromise while shopping online!
FREE SHIPPING DAY
To help keep consumers in the green, Upromise will feature a free shipping day on Dec. 12th, aggregating dozens of retailers’ free shipping offerings in one place.
Upromise is free to join and members have earned nearly $800 million in cash back for college including $14 million during the holidays last year.
Upromise compensated me for this post. The opinions are my own.