General Mills completely reverses its controversial new legal terms, which would have barred coupon users and newsletter subscribers from suing the company.
Coupons In The News
General Mills outrages couponers with a quiet update to its legal policy, saying you can’t sue them if you download their coupons.
A new study finds that many couponers are overwhelmed, and want high-tech help to sort through all of the offers available out there.
A Target cashier in Ohio is sentenced for her role in an elaborate scam, that saw her overriding nearly $24,000 in fraudulent coupons.
Well, that’s a waste of paper! A new report shows just how many coupons we print at home, but never even use.
A federal appeals court reinstates a lawsuit involving the now-defunct Coupon Network printable coupon site.
A Tennessee woman faces criminal charges, after allegedly failing to cover her tracks while using stacks of counterfeit coupons at Walmart.
If you’ve ever been perplexed at a Toys “R” Us coupon, you’re not alone. Now the store wants to change that perception, before it’s too late.
Kroger’s Columbus Division announces the end of double coupons, leaving only a few regions that still double at all.
A Phoenix woman is arrested after allegedly trying to sell a counterfeit coupon book for charity – to the charity’s director.