A printable coupon seller agrees never to print Coupons.com coupons again.
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A printable coupon site is causing controversy, by charging users to have the coupons mailed to them.
The printable coupon site Common Kindness will be absorbed into the healthy rebate app Makeena.
Target confirms that printable store coupons will no longer be available on its website.
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.
RedPlum introduces the ability to print some of its coupons via mobile devices for the first time.
Coupons.com begins phasing out its coupon printing software in favor of its new phone number verification system.
The owner of Coupons.com discovers the identity of a “coupon fairy” it’s suing to stop her from selling printable coupons online.
Coupons.com will retire its old print software download, and require everyone to provide a phone number for verification.
A surprising new study finds that we may respond better to lower-value coupons than more valuable offers.