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Price Chopper Fined For “Deceptive” Double Coupon Policy

Price Chopper Fined For “Deceptive” Double Coupon Policy

The Price Chopper grocery chain and the New York Attorney General’s office are trading fire over double coupons, just days after they reached an apparently amicable settlement. The Attorney General is calling Price Chopper’s ads “deceptive” and “misleading”, and Price Chopper is calling the Attorney General’s accusations “inaccurate” and “inflammatory”. And customers who thought Price Chopper would double their coupons[Read More…]

February 26, 2013 Coupons In The News
Will Your Town Sell Out For Free Arby’s Coupons?

Will Your Town Sell Out For Free Arby’s Coupons?

Call it a tacky PR stunt, or a good way to get a whole lot of free lunches, but Arby’s is offering coupons for a free Reuben sandwich to an entire town – on one condition. The town has to rename itself “Reubenville”. For real. “March is all about the Reuben sandwich for Arby’s,” the fast-food restaurant announced today in[Read More…]

February 25, 2013 Coupons In The News
Check It Out: Library Offers Free Coupons

Check It Out: Library Offers Free Coupons

If dumpster diving isn’t for you, some extreme couponers advise looking elsewhere for extra coupon inserts, like the local library. But if even that makes you feel a little too much like a scavenger, there’s an easier way. At one local library, you can simply check out coupons (and no, you don’t have to return them.) In suburban Las Vegas,[Read More…]

February 25, 2013 Coupons In The News
Three Cases of Counterfeit Baby Formula Coupons

Three Cases of Counterfeit Baby Formula Coupons

Not every counterfeit coupon case makes national headlines, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of them. For every big counterfeiting conviction and every multi-million dollar operation thwarted, there are untold numbers of lesser cases – and they all add up. Just this past week, three coupon counterfeiting cases came to light, all of them involving baby formula. First, police[Read More…]

February 24, 2013 Coupons In The News
More Changes For Coupon Network, Coupons.com

More Changes For Coupon Network, Coupons.com

Just when you thought you were used to the latest look of the printable coupon sites, they make more changes. This time, one change is cosmetic, the other is functional. But in each case, don’t worry – it’s nothing we haven’t already told you was coming. First, Coupons.com today introduced its “new modern design” to its affiliate sites, including Coupons[Read More…]

February 20, 2013 Coupons In The News
A New Twist in the Private Label vs. Coupon Debate

A New Twist in the Private Label vs. Coupon Debate

You’ve heard the arguments before from non-couponers – some think they can save plenty just by buying store-brand items and not bothering with coupons at all. Couponers would say that you can save much more on national brands, if you shop the sales and use coupons strategically. But now a new study that compares private-label purchases with their brand-name equivalents[Read More…]

February 18, 2013 Coupons In The News
Campaigning With Coupons

Campaigning With Coupons

How’d you like a half-priced steak? And you don’t even have to vote for the owner of the restaurant offering you the coupon. But he’d sure like it if you did. An otherwise uneventful primary race for a City Council seat in Wichita, Kansas has become embroiled in a controversy over coupons. One candidate has filed an ethics complaint against[Read More…]

February 15, 2013 Coupons In The News
Digital Coupon Update: Winn-Dixie Backtracks, Publix Expands

Digital Coupon Update: Winn-Dixie Backtracks, Publix Expands

It’s been a week since Winn-Dixie launched a new digital coupon program, and the fine print had some wondering if this could possibly be the best digital coupon program ever. Not only did the e-coupon policy suggest that coupons might reappear in your account after you used them once, but it said you could combine digital coupons with paper coupons[Read More…]

February 14, 2013 Coupons In The News
“Coupon Guy” Sentenced for Counterfeiting Printable Coupons

“Coupon Guy” Sentenced for Counterfeiting Printable Coupons

Creating and sharing your very own counterfeit coupons is easy! As long as you don’t mind getting in trouble with the law for doing it. Convicted coupon counterfeiter Lucas Henderson was sentenced today in Manhattan Federal Court to time served, three years of supervised release and $900,000 in restitution. The restitution is to be paid to the Coupon Information Corporation,[Read More…]

February 13, 2013 Coupons In The News
Coupons.com Zip Code Box is Here to Stay

Coupons.com Zip Code Box is Here to Stay

Just when you thought the never-ending saga involving zip codes was over. There’s a new wrinkle, but it’s a good one for fans of the ability to change zip codes on printable coupon sites. Coupons.com has confirmed that it will be rolling out its new “look” to sites associated with its Brandcaster affiliate program over the next few weeks. Not[Read More…]

February 13, 2013 Coupons In The News
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