Several digital coupon holdouts launch new load-to-card coupon programs, and many more may follow.
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Another set of stores that did away with digital coupons late last year, are now bringing them back, in “new and improved” form.
Millions of grocery shoppers are having to do without digital coupons beginning today – some temporarily, others for good.
Harris Teeter, BI-LO, Winn-Dixie, A&P and others suspend their digital coupon programs – some temporarily, others permanently.
The Google-owned digital coupon provider for more than a dozen grocery chains pulls the plug, leaving many stores’ digital coupon programs in doubt.
Coupons and sales aren’t the only ways to save money on your grocery bill anymore. Every time you turn around, it seems another app or website is promising a new way to save. There’s Ibotta, which gives you cash back after you purchase selected products. And Endorse – before it went bust earlier this year – refunded you a percentage[Read More…]
You may like your local grocery store just fine, but it takes a real commitment to show the world – or at least your Facebook friends – that you “like” it. Occasional customer satisfaction surveys have declared certain supermarkets to be the most or least liked of all, but a look at how many grocery shoppers have hit the thumbs-up[Read More…]
Talk about turning a negative into a positive: a West Coast grocery chain is informing customers that their credit card information may have been compromised. That’s the negative part, of course. The positive part? Its customers are saying “thank you” in response. Not what you might expect. Raley’s announced today that “a portion of its computer network systems may have[Read More…]
Coupons are going digital. Prices are becoming personalized. So one-size-fits-all sale prices printed on paper could become a relic of the past. In other words – say goodbye to your weekly supermarket sales circular. At least that’s what Safeway is saying. Touting the success of its apps, digital coupons and “Just For U” loyalty program, the California-based chain says it’s[Read More…]