Use ’em or lose ’em – most Chick-fil-A locations are no longer accepting paper coupons.
Coupons In The News
A convicted coupon fraudster is ordered to pay an additional $21.2 million in penalties.
A closer look at personal care products focuses on who’s buying them, and who’s getting the best deals.
New changes will result in what’s possibly the most restrictive rain check policy when it comes to using coupons.
A federal judge throws out a lawsuit brought by a couponer who was wrongly charged tax when using a coupon.
New figures show that digital coupons are better and more valuable than paper in certain key areas.
Two Pennsylvania women celebrate a special day, by getting arrested and charged with using counterfeit coupons.
A tech company that promised to revolutionize couponing, has now fallen by the wayside.
Despite an ongoing shift to digital, a new report says both paper and digital couponing are thriving.
A wanted woman is arrested and charged with using counterfeit coupons – and it’s not the first time.