Do you know there is an easy way for you to help support our school AND and not spend any extra money? It's simple! When you purchase gift cards (dollar for dollar) through our SCRIP program, the school receives a percentage of the money you spend. Everyone has to buy gas and groceries ... your purchases can help St. Paul. All it takes is a little planning on your part. They make great and easy gifts too.What is Scrip?
Scrip cards are gift cards from national and local retailers. They are the same ones that you buy at the store.How does St. Paul School make money from Scrip?
Participating retailers sell us the gift cards at a discount. School families buy the gift cards for face value and redeem them for face value.How do families get money off their tuition?
Half of the money the school earns from each Scrip card purchase is credited to the family's tuition. Each retailer returns a certain percentage of the card value to St. Paul, anywhere from 1.5% to 18%, and half of that amount goes toward the purchasing family's tuition. For example, Speedway returns 4% to St. Paul, so a $100 Speedway card returns $4. (St. Paul buys the Speedway card for $96 and sells it for $100.) $2 goes to PTL and $2 comes off the purchasing family's tuition.What stores participate?
There are hundreds of retailers that participate with Scrip, including Meijer, Walmart, Kohl's, Speedway, Red Robin, Panera, Land's End, Gap, BP, Wendy's and many more. You can see a complete list of the participating retailers and their percentage returns at shopwithscrip.com
. How do I buy Scrip?
You can purchase Scrip in person or online. Several cards (especially gas cards) can also be reloaded, meaning that you add funds to your existing Scrip cards.
Click below for further instructions on using the Kroger programs.KROGER Scrip Instructions