I really enjoy the convenience of Cellfire and shortcuts coupons. I just load them on my club card and forget about them, then get an extra bonus when my e-coupon discounts at the register. I am bummed by the below e-mail I received about Safeway no longer accepting Cellfire coupons and am thinking this is just another reason to shop primarily at King Soopers. My first reason being that Kings gives $0.05 to you for each reuseable bag you bring, and Safeway doesn’t. I want to support the store that incentivizes green behavior. By the way, Target also gives you $0.05 per bag and Sunflower Market gives you $0.10 per bag.
We have an important change to the Cellfire service that will affect your membership. Starting today, Thursday, Nov. 4th, Cellfire will no longer offer our coupons for use at Safeway. Safeway has decided to discontinue use of Cellfire’s save-to-card services. If you currently have Cellfire coupons saved to your Safeway card they will continue to be redeemable until their expiration date.
We continue to offer Cellfire save-to-card coupons at all Kroger-owned stores, ShopRite, Giant Eagle, and SHOP ‘n SAVE. And, we look to add additional stores in the coming months. Kroger-owned stores include: Ralph’s, King Soopers, City Market, Dillons, Smith’s, Fry’s, QFC, Baker’s, Owen’s, JayC, Hilander, Gerbes, Pay Less, Scott’s, and Fred Meyer. If you have one of these supported stores in your area please add your loyalty card to your Cellfire account to start saving coupons immediately. We apologize for this inconvenience and will let you know of any future changes.
The Cellfire Team