A grocery chain doubles digital coupons, making them more valuable than their paper counterparts.
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From battling coupon criminals, to fraudsters fighting back… from policy changes, to coupons’ plummeting popularity – these were the top Coupons in the News stories of 2016.
Publix announces the end of double coupons in the Atlanta and Jacksonville divisions.
A gas station chain’s generous policy of doubling its own and competitors’ coupons, is coming to an end.
Kroger-owned King Soopers announces the end of double coupons effective later this month.
Target publishes a new coupon policy, and makes some register software changes, to help combat coupon abuse.
Publix quietly announces it will no longer double coupons in many stores that previously offered them.
From new printable coupon sites and savings apps, to industry efforts to crack down on fraud, these were the top coupon news stories of 2014.
An exhaustive study of more than a thousand grocery stores reveals new insights about the state of double coupon policies across the country.
Fry’s springs a coupon policy change on shellshocked shoppers – no more doubles or coupon values increased to a dollar, starting immediately.