Shoppers in the Twin Cities may be seeing the end of double coupons, as Rainbow Foods is sold and its owners exit the market.
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Competition is supposed to be good for consumers. The more that retailers have to work to get our business, the better the deals we’re likely to get. But executives at one grocery chain are suggesting the opposite – with so many big-box stores, drug stores and dollar stores getting into the grocery game, the deals at your local supermarket might[Read More…]
Planning any road trips this summer? As Memorial Day unofficially kicks off the season today, grocery stores are battling for your business, by making it cheaper to fill up your gas tank. Wouldn’t it be nice if they’d just make it cheaper to fill up your shopping cart? You know, with stuff you can eat? Lots of grocery stores offer[Read More…]
Have you ever wondered if anyone actually wins the grand prizes in sweepstakes like the one a Milwaukee-based grocery chain recently ran? Well, here’s your answer: No. Roundy’s Supermarkets, which operates Pick n’ Save, Copps, Rainbow Foods and other grocery chains, recently wrapped up its second annual Monopoly “Collect & Win Game”, similar to the one that McDonald’s is currently[Read More…]