Mid-year figures show there are a lot more coupons, worth a lot more money – but far fewer of them are for food.
Coupons In The News
A Florida woman is convicted and sentenced for pulling a gun on a Walmart cashier who refused her coupon.
Four Florida residents are charged with using counterfeit coupons to get free products from Walmart, then reselling them at flea markets.
Coupon distributors explain why, for the second year in a row, there are no coupon inserts on the third weekend in July.
A mother-and-son team in Wisconsin is accused of publishing coupon books to benefit veterans – then never giving them a dime.
A Pennsylvania woman is sentenced for selling coupon books to help a four-year-old cancer patient – then pocketing the cash for herself.
A new study suggests that developing exclusive coupons for SNAP (food stamp) recipients could encourage them to buy healthier food.
SavingStar offers details about how its digital coupon program will work at Walmart, Target, Walgreens and others without loyalty cards.
They’re not offering coupons just because they like you – marketers reveal their true motives in setting up a popular printable coupon website.
What many had expected, has finally happened – a reality show star on TLC has been arrested and charged with coupon fraud at Target.