[singlepic=597,250,250,left]I spent the whole afternoon today cleaning. My parents-in-law might come to our home tomorrow so I needed to prepare for their visit. I saw several product wrappers that I collected with the OK Cashbag coupons, so I got my scissors and cut them out.
OK Cashbag is a loyalty cashback program. Our card was issued at E-mart, a hypermart chain that uses barcode scanner for purchases, and can be used to accumulate points whenever we shop there, at Shinsaegae (department store) and Starbucks. We also earn points through my husband’s mobile phone subscription with SK Telecom.
Sometimes when I go to the grocery, I specifically choose products that has the OK Cashbag coupon. I then collect and stick them to a paper coupon available at E-mart. The total is added to the card and we can then exchange it for a gift voucher we can use at E-mart, or shop at OK Cashbag’s online store, or pay for purchases at Auction, an online shopping website.
My son’s indoor slide (worth US 38) was paid for by the points we’d accumulated with this program. It really works. I’m now planning to use the points we have now to buy my things I’ll need for school.
If you buy Korean products and you see something like the coupons above, don’t throw it away… it’s equivalent to cash 🙂