The new app “Milk” promises to automate couponing, applying hundreds of grocery discounts at the touch of a button. But is it too good to be true?
Coupons In The News
New figures show that the value of coupons is at the highest level ever – but we still may not be saving as much as we could.
A couponer who was told she was taking too long to get through checkout, is allegedly assaulted by the shopper behind her in line.
The publisher of SmartSource coupon inserts is launching a nationwide effort to help stop illicit coupon sales.
A Unilever coupon in this week’s RedPlum insert gives you a penny off, and feeds a hungry child.
A new printable coupon site that launched a test last year, is back for good – and it’s the latest to follow a couple of recent industry trends.
A new private label pricing survey says you can save more this Thanksgiving, by not using coupons at all.
Can you use a coupon for “any” Lipton product, on iced tea bottles? Starbucks coupons on canned Doubleshots? The answer is kind of complicated.
A newly-designed self-checkout machine introduces a new way you can scan your coupons yourself – while thwarting coupon abusers.
Target generates more complaints than praise, for its Cartwheel deal offering 50% off toys that many stores don’t seem to have in stock.