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Coupons In The News Debuts

Coupons In The News Debuts

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who consider coupon inserts as annoying things to toss aside when the Sunday newspaper arrives, and those who consider the Sunday newspaper as that wordy thing that’s wrapped around their coupon inserts. Oh, and then there are people who think, newspapers? Do they still make those? Anyway, whether it’s due[Read More…]

July 9, 2012 Coupons In The News
A Couponing Tip: Don’t Steal Your Customers’ Coupons

A Couponing Tip: Don’t Steal Your Customers’ Coupons

Even supermarket cashiers can be amazed at the kind of coupon savings some of their customers achieve. Some even ask for couponing advice from their super-saving customers. Pick ‘n Save cashier Chandler C. Fry of suburban Milwaukee reportedly took it a step further. The Journal Times of Racine, Wisconsin reports that Fry has been arrested for allegedly buying items at[Read More…]

July 8, 2012 Coupons In The News
Coupons You Might Actually Use

Coupons You Might Actually Use

You know those blue envelopes you occasionally get in the mail, filled with coupons and flyers for local carpet-cleaning services, auto shops and restaurants across town that you’ve never been to? ¬†Well, now those Valpak envelopes may soon include deals for companies and products that you’ve actually heard of. Valpak, which focuses on local deals, recently announced its acquisition of[Read More…]

July 8, 2012 Coupons In The News
Do You Have a Coupon For That Corned Beef?

Do You Have a Coupon For That Corned Beef?

Nothing says America like Old Glory, apple pie and the ability to fill a shopping cart with 62 bottles of mustard just because you have coupons for them. But soon, hoarding and shelf-clearing won’t be just an American phenomenon. Shoppers in Ireland are beginning to save on their meat and potatoes by getting into the coupon game. But they have[Read More…]

July 6, 2012 Coupons In The News
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