Walgreens and Rite Aid announce a deal to sell 865 Rite Aid stores to Fred’s Pharmacy.
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From coupon crime to cash-back apps, from buyouts to bankruptcies, these were the top Coupons in the News stories of 2015.
Walgreens confirms plans to buy Rite Aid, and continue operating them as separate chains – for now.
The new national Plenti loyalty program debuts, with the ability to earn points by shopping at some of your favorite grocery stores.
Rite Aid eliminates +Up Rewards and now Video Values, angering shoppers ahead of its new loyalty program debut.
Rite Aid, Macy’s, ExxonMobil and others join a combined loyalty program that will allow users to earn and spend points at any participating business.
Walgreens expresses interest in new acquisitions, fueling speculation that it could buy out Rite Aid.
Interactive kiosks that project 3D images and print coupons will soon be rolling out to hundreds of Rite Aid locations.
Two southern supermarkets battle for the top spot, while a usual suspect brings up the rear, in a pair of new customer satisfaction rankings.
Do you live in a “pre-coupon tax” state, or a “post-coupon tax” state? Do you even know, and would you notice if your store charged you tax on things it shouldn’t? One Pennsylvania man knows, and he isn’t happy about what he found on his Walmart receipt. So he’s suing the multi-billion dollar company, for overcharging him by 21 cents.[Read More…]