The Savings Club gives you special access to high value coupons at Coupons.com. It also gives you access to local savings on entertainment and dining out.
When I first wrote about the Savings Club, membership was free for the first year.
There was one little catch – you had to provide a credit card so that they could automatically renew the subscription to the Savings Club at a rate of $3 a month (or $30 for one year). When you signed up they assured you that you would be sent an e-mail before your paid subscription kicks in.
I never trust those kinds of promises… so I put a note on my calendar to remind those of you who signed up (and myself) to make sure to cancel the Savings Club if you don’t want to pay the fee.
To cancel the Savings Club, you can log into Coupons.com. Then pull down the menu under your name and choose “Account Settings.” Then choose “Contact Support” and select “I want to cancel my Savings Club account.” Your account should be cancelled at the end of your current subscription.
Pay close attention to your credit card to make sure the charges don’t start appearing.
I was very excited about the Savings Club when it came out because it was at a time when I my favorite Sunday newspaper quit delivering to my rural home. But in reality, I just haven’t used the feature as much as I should have. I don’t think I would save enough each month to justify the expense, so I’ve already cancelled.
When I did login, I noticed that there were some decent coupons for things I buy… so if you’re good at remembering, the Savings Club could save you a lot of money. But it just didn’t work for me.
How about you? Will you renew your Savings Club membership? Or will you skip it?
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