A new study warns that couponing and deal-seeking actually cause prices to rise, and bargainers to pay more.
Coupons In The News
A new “smart” garbage can is able to compile shopping lists and provide you with coupons.
Coupons.com unveils a system to email you coupons that are always valid at the time you receive them.
Shoppers say they would like more grocery coupons delivered via text messages.
A grocery chain doubles digital coupons, making them more valuable than their paper counterparts.
Target’s new loyalty program is already rife with abuse before it even officially launches.
A Connecticut woman is charged with using fake coupons and a stolen identity to scam a local store.
A new survey shows we like to buy healthier foods – but we’d also like to save more money on them.
Many coupon insert sellers are now having trouble finding RedPlum inserts – and it’s no accident.
From battling coupon criminals, to fraudsters fighting back… from policy changes, to coupons’ plummeting popularity – these were the top Coupons in the News stories of 2016.