*This post is brought to you in partnership with Cub.*
We recently moved to the other side of town and among the many changes we’ve faced, where to do our grocery shopping is top on our list with a new fridge to fill. I haven’t shopped at Cub since college so I was interested to check it out in the new neighborhood.
I’m not a huge coupon clipper because essentially I cut them out, my husband runs to the store on his way home from work and never uses them. Pointless game. I was interested to see that Cub has a new online grocery list and coupon cutting/saving program however. With My Cub Rewards I can add items right to my card or my phone, no cutting involved!
Signing up online was quick and easy. With a few simple steps I had an account, a temporary card and a grocery list started.
Watch a short video tutorial here:
Bring your temporary card to the store with you or simply use the smart phone app (see details below).
Cub has also just announced their New Lower Prices which makes saving even easier. Prices are listed throughout the entire store… all day every day. Just look for the yellow tags under the product.
Here are just a few examples of the New Lower Prices at Cub.
- Bartlett Pears used to be $1.89/lb, now only $0.99/lb
- Celery used to be $1.29 each, now only $0.89 each
- Sweet Onions used to be $1.29, now only $0.99 each
For those of you who prefer to work from a smart phone rather than a home computer, consider downloading the My Cub Rewards mobile app. This links your online account, your My Cub Rewards card and your phone for an easy way to save time and money.
Sign on to your account through the app and you’re instantly connected to your shopping list whether you’ve created it on your phone or your home computer. I imagine sharing this account with my husband could make shopping even easier. I can load the list and coupons in advance and all he has to do is show the scan bar at check out or present the My Cub Reward card itself.
Coupon items that you select are automatically added to your list. I accidentally did this in reverse. I created my shopping list and then had to go back and add the coupons for those items. I’ll remember this tip for next time.
Search for coupons in list form with a search function (shown above) or view the original ad (shown below).
When I got to the store I had my list ready to go knowing that my coupons were all ready with fumbling for them at the checkout line. My daughter loved going through the list with me and checking the mark next to each item which actually made shopping a lot more fun for her. It kept her attention on the list rather than begging for unnecessary items as well. Thank you Cub!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Cub. I received a small gift for my time however all thoughts and opinions are my own.