Finally, a definitive answer to why Facebook is shutting down coupon groups – turns out investigators working for the coupon industry are behind it.
Coupons In The News
Who knew that just browsing coupons online could get you beaten up, in your very own home?
The printable coupon provider RevTrax debuts SaveInStore, its own dedicated printable coupon site.
A North Carolina community becomes the latest to report a rash of Sunday newspaper thefts, from people trying to get at the coupons inside.
The SnipSnap coupon app files a patent application, describing how it would allow users to digitize paper manufacturer’s coupons.
Bad news, printable fans – new research suggests that printable coupons may slowly fade away, in favor of digital offers.
Look out Ibotta and Checkout 51, Groupon is offering cash back on your groceries, with the U.S. debut of its own cash-back app.
Harris Teeter, BI-LO, Winn-Dixie, A&P and others suspend their digital coupon programs – some temporarily, others permanently.
Fry’s springs a coupon policy change on shellshocked shoppers – no more doubles or coupon values increased to a dollar, starting immediately.
Rumors are rampant that Facebook is deleting pages and groups devoted to coupons – but how much of that is true?