A printable coupon site is causing controversy, by charging users to have the coupons mailed to them.
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Visa offers select customers $10 off a grocery purchase, just as long as the purchase is not from Walmart.
Peanut butter for $17.69, orange juice for $26.29? Those are some of the real prices that some Canadian shoppers are protesting.
Coupons may not be as good as they once were, but Americans still have it much better than many believe.
An Illinois man sues CVS, claiming that it’s breaking the law by giving out $5 ExtraBucks Rewards for filling prescriptions.
Target makes some changes to its price match policy in Canada – but leaves out one rumored, particularly tantalizing, tweak.
A store manager is sentenced for fraud, for making her employees accept her invalid coupons.
A “$1 off” coupon for Pampers doesn’t help much when a box costs $73.99. Good luck finding a coupon for a 12-pack of Schweppes ginger ale that will even make a dent in the $82.49 price tag. And a single pack of gum will set you back $3.59. The prices in the photos above are no joke – that’s what[Read More…]
If you had a nickel for every time someone walked out of a grocery store with a plastic bag… Actually, if you owned a grocery store in Toronto, Canada, you would! Toronto has scrapped a three-year-old law that charged shoppers a nickel (that’s nearly two nickels in American currency) per plastic bag. Shoppers planning their Canada Day parties and cookouts[Read More…]