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Amazon Will Cut Whole Foods’ Prices, Replace Rewards Program

Amazon Will Cut Whole Foods’ Prices, Replace Rewards Program

Amazon plans to lower prices at Whole Foods immediately, after it takes ownership of the grocery chain on Monday.

August 25, 2017 Grocery & Retail News
You May Soon Be Able to Use Paper Coupons Online

You May Soon Be Able to Use Paper Coupons Online

SmartSource and Amazon allow you to scan Sunday insert coupons, and use them to shop online.

June 22, 2017 Coupons In The News
Wow! Amazon Is Buying Whole Foods

Wow! Amazon Is Buying Whole Foods

Amazon announces its purchase of Whole Foods Market in a $13.7 billion deal.

June 16, 2017 Grocery & Retail News
Your New Neighborhood Grocery Store? Amazon!

Your New Neighborhood Grocery Store? Amazon!

Amazon opens its first physical grocery stores, to compete with the likes of Walmart, Kroger and everyone else.

March 29, 2017 Grocery & Retail News
Is This the Future of Grocery Shopping – Or Just Hype?

Is This the Future of Grocery Shopping – Or Just Hype?

Amazon does away with cashiers and checkouts in its revolutionary new grocery store.

December 6, 2016 Grocery & Retail News
Amazon Shuts Down Coupon Insert Sales

Amazon Shuts Down Coupon Insert Sales

A major coupon publisher gets Amazon.com to take down offers of coupon inserts for sale on the site.

February 9, 2015 Coupons In The News
Three Reasons AmazonFresh is Good, and Bad, for Grocery Shoppers

Three Reasons AmazonFresh is Good, and Bad, for Grocery Shoppers

Assumptions can be wrong, of course – but let’s assume for a moment that you will not be buying your groceries from Amazon.com. The latest iteration of the internet giant’s “AmazonFresh” grocery delivery service charges you 300 bucks just for the privilege of buying your groceries from Amazon – and you still have to pay for the groceries, and possible[Read More…]

June 11, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
One Interesting, One Ridiculous Idea for Online Ordering

One Interesting, One Ridiculous Idea for Online Ordering

If you haven’t ever ordered your groceries online, what would get you to give it a try? Free delivery? Discounts? Coupons? Or perhaps a stranger showing up on your doorstep with your stuff? A couple of big companies are working on new ways of delivering your online orders, and let’s just say one is more promising than the other. First,[Read More…]

March 29, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
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