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Coupons In The News
A New York man signs up for a vitamin coupon, doesn’t get one – so he sues. And then he loses. Twice.
New coupons that forbid federal health care recipients or senior citizens from using them, create a firestorm among angry consumers.
The Ibotta rebate app announces the expansion of its “Any Brand” program, which offers cash back on any brand of several grocery staples.
Several digital coupon holdouts launch new load-to-card coupon programs, and many more may follow.
Half a year after launching, the new SaveInStore printable coupon site now has nearly as many coupons available as most of its main competitors.
Police in Michigan are on the lookout for someone who stole 100 Sunday newspapers from right outside a local Walgreens.
An Ohio letter carrier is charged with swiping grocery coupons and gift cards from his customers’ mail.
Another set of stores that did away with digital coupons late last year, are now bringing them back, in “new and improved” form.
Four South Carolina residents are charged with stealing coupon inserts from a local newspaper, and selling them online.