A Wisconsin grocery cashier is arrested for allegedly matching coupons to his customers’ purchases, and pocketing the cash for himself.
Coupons In The News
Coupons.com files a lawsuit to stop a coupon app from automatically downloading all of its digital coupons to users’ grocery loyalty cards.
An app that promised to automatically search for digital coupons and apply them to your grocery order, gets pulled amid industry objections.
A Sears cashier who was fired for offering unused coupons to his customers, loses a discrimination lawsuit against the company.
A documentary film aims to portray a more realistic version of “Extreme Couponing”, and how the show affected real-life couponers.
Kimberly-Clark insert coupons contain a bold new warning against counterfeiting and selling them.
The maker of Redbox and Coinstar machines is testing new kiosks that dispense trial-sized products, and coupons for their full-sized equivalents.
A convicted shoplifter successfully argues that he could have avoided jail time, by using a coupon on his stolen stuff.
A new report on coupon trends from 2014 finds that face values are on the rise, but coupons for food are on the decline.
A lawsuit against the SnipSnap coupon app comes to an end, but several legal questions surrounding the app remain unresolved.