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Coupons In The News
Coupon industry groups condemn and call for a retraction from All You magazine, after it controversially suggested that readers buy coupons on eBay.
A South Carolina supermarket cashier is accused of conducting fraudulent transactions with coupons to help pay for stolen lottery tickets.
A new digital coupon platform debuts, allowing you to get instant discounts on name-brand products inside convenience stores.
A Kentucky day care owner is arrested and charged with child abuse after several alleged incidents, including making kids clip coupons for her.
Coupons may not always be high-value and for products you want, but a new study confirms one thing – they still serve a very important purpose.
Coupons.com announces the launch of a coupon app designed especially for the new Apple Watch.
Coupons can appear in the darndest places – including, now, the roll-out paper used to cover the tables in doctor’s office exam rooms.
SmartSource is rolling out new printable coupon technology that will make printing easier, without requiring you to download anything.
An Illinois man sues CVS, claiming that it’s breaking the law by giving out $5 ExtraBucks Rewards for filling prescriptions.