Why do grocery shoppers split their trips among multiple stores – and what can stores do to prevent it?
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A closer look at personal care products focuses on who’s buying them, and who’s getting the best deals.
A new survey says coupon-clipping and deal-seeking is more common now than it was last year.
A new survey says couponers aren’t brand loyal if it affects their ability to save money.
A new survey finds that more shoppers may be willing to pay for convenience at any cost.
Most shoppers surveyed say they plan to continue couponing, whether they need to or not.
A Consumer Reports study examines four types of grocery shoppers – and concludes that bulk shoppers save more than couponers.
According to a couple of surveys, buying store brand health care items could save you more money – as long as you don’t do it at the drug store.
A new survey says more of us are doing our grocery shopping at more than one store – and sometimes on the same day.
Two couponers manage to turn their talent for savings, into personal shopping and couponing businesses of their own.