Coupgon – Digital Couponing For Canadians

Coupgon

The next best thing in couponing is here! Coupgon, the first and only digital coupon company in Canada, helps you save money on groceries using your mobile phone. Instant savings, no printing or coupon clipping required!

How it Works:

  1. Download the Coupgon app (available in the App Store and Google Play – will be available to Blackberry users in the next week or so)
  2. Shop at a participating stores (right now, Calgary Co-Op & PriceSmart Food Locations are the only stores accepting Coupgons, but the app will be national in the next 2-3 months)
  3. Select the Coupgons that you want to redeem
  4. Scan your phone at the store and you’re done!

No paper coupons to find, clip and remember to bring with you to the store. Just shop, scan your phone, and get instant savings. It’s as easy as that!

Sound too good to be true?

I know, I thought so too, which is why I’ve really done my research before sharing this with you. I have spoken to the founder of Coupgon on more than one occasion, and he filled me in on the company and how it works (for consumers, retailers and manufacturers).

He is a very passionate person and is so excited to help Canadians save money with this new app! I am excited, too, which is why I wanted to make sure that you knew all about it!

Offers that have been available in the past:

  • $3.00 off anything
  • $2.00 off Cracker Barrel Cheese
  • $2.00 Glad Garbage Bags
  • $2.00 off Cheerios
  • $2.00 off Lucky Charms
  • $4.00 off OKA Cheese
  • $2.00 off Kraft Peanut Butter
  • $1.50 off Philadelphia Cream Cheese
  • $2.00 off Bick’s Pickles
  • $2.00 off Clorox Bleach
  • $2.00 off Smucker’s Jam
  • $2.00 off Nabob Coffee
  • $2.00 Keurig K-Cups
  • $2.50 off L’Oreal Expertise shampoo & Conditioner
  • $4.00 off L’Oreal Body Lotion
  • $2.00 off Dr. Oetker Pizza
  • Most of these offers will also be returning!

I have no doubt in my mind that this is a legitimate company and that you are going to start seeing the Coupgon sign at every grocery store you shop at.

Please note that as of right now, Coupgon is only valid in Calgary, Alberta, at Calgary Co-Op stores and PriceSmart Food Locations. Soon enough, Coupgons will be accepted all across Canada!

Click here to visit the Coupgon website and see what this great company is all about!

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Comments
  1. Cheryl says:

    Will we be able to use one like virtual coupon on multiple items, or will it be similar to CO51 in that you may only redeem the coupon once?

  2. Jeanette says:

    Do you know if it’ll be like CO51 where you can often use a physical manufact coupon on top of the digital coupon?

    • DP says:

      No it will not allow you to use others it right now just allows you to use Coupgon no other coupons can be combined with it

  3. Ali says:

    This sounds wonderful! I can’t wait for it to be in Ontario (hopefully Walmart!!)

  4. DP says:

    It’s a lovely app has already saved me tons of money 🙂

  5. Ali P says:

    Finally got Coupgon here in Regina this week! So excited to try it out!! 😀

  6. willowsprite says:

    This is great for all the rich people with smartphones, but what about low income families who actually need coupons? They can’t afford a phone so they don’t get coupons. I’ll never be able to take advantage of a coupon for fresh fruit and vegetables because I don’t have a phone. Seems wrong to me somehow…

  7. zealot1205 says:

    Can we buy multiples of the items on coupon offer ? And will we get will as off for all the multiples ?

  8. Can you use coupgon without data? I have no data plan is there a way to download the coupons at home and use at the store??

  9. Lynne says:

    FYI: Giant Tigre accepts this now, too.

  10. Michelle says:

    Can you use it without data? I have clipped my coupons at me but will it work at the store with no data or WiFi?

  11. teachermum says:

    Agreed, Marco. If it came to our neck of the woods, I’d never save enough to justify adding data to my phone. I have no need to access anything when not home, though if need be I could pay a one time charge (ie completely lost somewhere!) Thus far, no stores have wi-fi around here either…

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