Coupon industry groups condemn and call for a retraction from All You magazine, after it controversially suggested that readers buy coupons on eBay.
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A coupon-friendly magazine comes under fire and starts backpedaling, after offering some questionable coupon advice.
The maker of Jack Link’s beef jerky has withdrawn its legal case against a trio of coupon counterfeiters that it can’t track down.
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.
Late Saturday night, minutes before eBay’s new policy restricting the sale of manufacturer’s coupons was set to take effect, a search for “coupons” resulted in more than 50,000 items for sale. Early Sunday morning, after the new policy took effect, someone flipped a switch and coupons disappeared from the site, right? Wrong. Two days into the new policy, there are[Read More…]
Those looking to buy and sell coupons online have one less option on where to do it. Shortly after eBay announced new restrictions on the sale of manufacturer’s coupons (read: “eBay Cracks Down on Coupon Sales”), the online shopping site eCRATER decided to ban the practice altogether. The lesser-known shopping site suddenly became popular among eBay coupon sellers last week,[Read More…]
In a move that’s annoying buyers, infuriating sellers, but delighting manufacturers and industry professionals, eBay is cracking down on the sale of coupons. In the first major revision of its coupon policy in several years, eBay is severely restricting the number of coupons that sellers can offer, and banning the sale of free-product (including “buy one get one free”) coupons[Read More…]
Seller beware: You may not have created the coupons you’re hawking on eBay, but if they turn out to be counterfeit, you could be the one in trouble while the actual counterfeiter gets off scot-free. That seems to be the case so far in the federal lawsuit that snack maker Link Snacks filed earlier this year. The search for the[Read More…]