Hopster and Savings.com announce a new partnership that they promise will “exponentially expand” their printable coupon offers.
Coupons In The News
A tech company demands that more than a half dozen retailers either stop offering digital coupons – or pay up.
A Staples supervisor is charged with embezzlement, for allegedly using fake coupons and fraudulent returns to buy thousands of dollars in gift cards.
New “smart” cash registers could help catch cashiers who sneak coupons into their drawers in order to steal a little cash for themselves.
A New Mexico woman wanted for stealing stacks of Sunday newspapers sees her own surveillance photos on TV, and surrenders to police.
A shopper who sued because Coach outlet stores were offering too many coupons, has her lawsuit dismissed by a federal judge.
Target is trying out a new loyalty program that allows you to collect points and earn a 5% discount that you can combine with other offers.
A North Carolina woman is arrested and charged with stealing stacks of newspapers and coupon inserts, in full view of several witnesses.
Petco is criticized for having an autistic employee fired and arrested, for allegedly mistakenly accepting invalid coupons.
New coupon statistics show why we’re using fewer coupons at the grocery store, and more at drug and dollar stores.