JCPenney calls its recent coupon giveaways “unhealthy” and plans to dial back on coupons in the new year.
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JCPenney angers holiday shoppers with “misprinted” Black Friday coupons.
An Oregon mail carrier is arrested and accused of stealing coupons for Kohl’s, JCPenney, Victoria’s Secret and others from her delivery route.
An Ohio man is charged with felony theft for allegedly using store coupons to give big discounts to his friends, to the tune of more than $1,100.
A New York mail carrier who was arrested for stealing and selling JCPenney coupons, is now suing the store and the police who arrested him.
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.
Most retailers will claim that they’re listening to customers and responding to our needs – right before introducing changes that customers clearly hate. JCPenney now has been reduced to begging customers to come back, after more than a year of not listening to them at all. And for a variety of reasons, grocery chains Kroger, Jewel-Osco and Farm Fresh are[Read More…]
JCPenney’s ousted CEO only grudgingly reinstated coupons. His replacement is happy to offer them. And his potential replacement may be positively elated about the idea of coupons – and lots of them. Former-and-current CEO Mike Ullman isn’t saying much publicly, after he returned to his old job that was vacated by the ousted Ron Johnson earlier this week (read: “RIP[Read More…]
It comes as no surprise if you’ve been following the travails of JCPenney, but the man who decided customers should do without coupons and sales is now without a job. CEO Ron Johnson was ousted as JCPenney CEO today. Adding a bit of insult to injury, he’ll be replaced by the former CEO whom he himself replaced – as though[Read More…]
“Fake prices” are back at JCPenney. The company that famously tried to do away with coupons and sales is now reportedly raising its prices, so that it can lower them again with coupons and sales. In theory, it makes little sense. And that was CEO Ron Johnson’s argument when he took over the company and tried eliminating coupons and sales[Read More…]