Some coupons are beginning to state that they’re not valid in Puerto Rico – and couponers there want to know why.
Coupons In The News
A retailer-owned mobile wallet platform announces the integration of digital coupons, allowing shoppers to pay and save seamlessly.
While there are fewer coupons for food these days, a new study says digital coupons for food are actually on the rise.
A Walmart shopper hands her phone to a cashier to get a digital discount – then has to call police to get her phone back.
Hundreds of coupons for new products can’t even be used by many people, which could explain why as many as 80% of new grocery products fail.
Former NBA star Michael Jordan earns an $8.9 million judgment, in a dispute over a grocery ad and $2 coupon featuring his likeness.
A Midwestern grocery chain says beacons that track your movements and offer location-specific coupons are proving to be popular, despite privacy concerns.
Don’t want to drive all over town for deals? A new app is offering to reimburse you for the gas, if you take advantage of its coupon offers.
A study from Catalina claims that users of its checkout coupons end up spending even more than non-coupon users.
A Consumer Reports study examines four types of grocery shoppers – and concludes that bulk shoppers save more than couponers.