Archive for February 27th, 2013

JCP Gives Up the Game, Calls a Coupon a Coupon

JCP Gives Up the Game, Calls a Coupon a Coupon

Finally, officially, coupons are back at JCPenney. A year after doing away with coupons, and after several months of pretending it hadn’t brought them back, CEO Ron Johnson has finally admitted it. “We have brought back sales,” he told investors today. “We have brought back coupons for our rewards members,” though he couldn’t resist adding that “we still call them[Read More…]

February 27, 2013 Coupons In The News
Former Trader Joe’s Exec: Selling “Rich Man’s Garbage” to the Poor?

Former Trader Joe’s Exec: Selling “Rich Man’s Garbage” to the Poor?

If you’re not too concerned about “gently expired” or slightly damaged packages of food, you can save a lot by shopping at “scratch and dent” stores. But is it right to peddle such products to those who may have no other options? Doug Rauch, the former president of Trader Joe’s, is working to open a nonprofit store in Boston that[Read More…]

February 27, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Double Coupons End, Quintuple Coupons Begin?

Double Coupons End, Quintuple Coupons Begin?

Kroger is winding down a popular coupon policy in one region, just as it wraps up an unprecedented coupon offer in all regions. For shoppers in southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky, tomorrow is the last day that Kroger stores will double coupons (read: “Kroger Offers New Lower Prices! Oh, And No More Double Coupons”). Meanwhile, today is the last day[Read More…]

February 27, 2013 Coupons In The News
New Printable Coupons – 2/27/13

New Printable Coupons – 2/27/13

There are a few new printable coupons to report today. It’s almost the end of the month, so be sure to visit our printable coupon page to look through all of the available coupons that may disappear by the end of the week. And if you don’t see what you’re looking for, try searching our coupon database. And don’t forget[Read More…]

February 27, 2013 Coupons You Can Use
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