A grocery chain opens its very first store that doesn’t accept any cash payments.
Post Tagged with: "Britain"
A British grocery store has a sale of the century – and is cleaned out in just four minutes.
“Womblers” explain how to get thousands of dollars in free groceries, without ever clipping a coupon.
A major grocery chain announces that it will no longer offer buy-one-get-one-free deals, because customers prefer it that way.
A coupon blogger comes under social media fire for her massive mountain of presents.
Price matching at the register with no competitors’ ads, coupons or even knowledge of other stores’ prices required!
A grocery chain is replacing the voices in its self-checkout machines, to make them less “shouty” and “irritating”.
Not happy with your store’s weekly sales? One supermarket is offering to let you choose the items you’d like to be on sale, every week.
How’s this for price-cut transparency: one supermarket lowers prices, then publishes a price history on those products on its website for all to see.
Some opponents of food waste are proposing a novel and controversial solution – ban supermarkets’ buy-one-get-one-free deals.