Dollar Tree objects to a competitor’s plans to close 323 Family Dollar stores and sell them to Dollar General.
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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.
From coupon crime to cash-back apps, from buyouts to bankruptcies, these were the top Coupons in the News stories of 2015.
Are police really seeking a couple of Family Dollar coupon glitchers, or did we just make this whole story up?
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.
From the demise of doubles, to coupon crime, to changes in couponing itself, here’s a look back at the 10 biggest coupon news stories of 2013.
Now, before you find fault with the premise of the headline, note that it doesn’t claim it’s the 40th anniversary of the coupon. Far from it. But, in honor of the first anniversary of Coupons in the News this week, we’ll be taking a weeklong look at another anniversary – “couponing”, as we know it, is turning 40. For real![Read More…]
Everyone else does year-end Top 10 lists at this time of year, so how about a look at the top coupon stories of 2012? We’ll even throw in an extra and make it a Top 11 list. Even though Coupons in the News has only been around since July, a look at the most popular posts these past six months[Read More…]
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…]