SavingStar adds new stores, and tests a new way to save without having to scan and send in receipts.
Coupons In The News
A new survey reveals just how many companies’ emails we subscribe to – and what we expect in return.
Walmart may be ready to roll out new scanning software that will allow them to validate coupons, and catch counterfeits, on the spot.
Police in New York are looking for two women seen swiping Sunday newspapers and stealing the coupons, right out of their neighbors’ driveways.
A former Winn-Dixie manager is sentenced for taking more than $23,000 from her store by fraudulently entering coupon codes and pocketing the cash.
A grocery shopper with a “75% off” coupon tries to buy 15 shopping carts full of food, and threatens to sue when the store says no.
The end of printed Catalina coupons? That, and better coupon offers overall, are among Catalina’s plans in acquiring the Cellfire digital coupon network.
Details of “coupon policy changes” at Kroger circulate online – but what kind of changes are they, really?
A new study calls out companies that claim to offer printable coupons on their websites, but don’t actually have any.
Impressionable investors are shocked to learn that printable coupons are popular, so they suddenly start buying stock in Coupons.com.