The key club in high school used to be a society of hard-working smart people. Today, you can be in a key club of a different kind, using store and business key tags to net big savings that are worth giving up the space on your key chain.
Before you sign up for key tags, understand that giving out your email address is going to increase the number of marketing emails you get. Instead of clogging up your work or personal email, set up a separate account for there. That way, when you have time, you can sort through these for any savings that may be hiding inside.
Here are just a few places you can get key fobs that can really pay off:
Kroger Plus Card – This card is great for many reasons, starting with the ability to log into your account and load the coupons for the products you want to buy. You can also use your key tag to save up to ten cents per gallon of gas at Kroger fuel or Shell stations.
CVS Extra Card Card – This card allows you to print out coupons in store before shopping and rack up bonus bucks you can use during your next visit. Make sure you give CVS an email address you will check regularly as the often send out coupons for 25 percent off your total of non sale items. CVS also has a program that nets you gas cards for purchasing designated products.
Wendys – This promotion may not be running now in stores near you, but it comes back around throughout the year. Buy a Frosty key tag for $1 and get free Frostys for the rest of the year.
If all of these tags are too much for you to carry around, consider using a smart phone app that you can download and store your key tag bar codes easily and electronically.
And now that you keys hold the key to savings, you might be less like likely to lose them. Maybe.