Two companies join forces in a unique way, to bring paperless coupons to your Sunday newspaper coupon inserts.
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SmartSource makes printing coupons easier, with a patented new print solution that doesn’t require any downloads.
SmartSource is rolling out new printable coupon technology that will make printing easier, without requiring you to download anything.
RedPlum.com introduces new printing software that does not use Java, while SmartSource.com plans software that requires no downloads at all.
In the not-too-distant past, some grocery stores didn’t know what to make of those newfangled printable coupons that seemed so easy to manipulate and photocopy – so they simply stopped accepting them. Today, we’re all much more sophisticated, as are the printable coupons themselves. So the thought of anyone not accepting them makes it feel like we’re regressing to an[Read More…]
Creating and sharing your very own counterfeit coupons is easy! As long as you don’t mind getting in trouble with the law for doing it. Convicted coupon counterfeiter Lucas Henderson was sentenced today in Manhattan Federal Court to time served, three years of supervised release and $900,000 in restitution. The restitution is to be paid to the Coupon Information Corporation,[Read More…]
Just when you thought the never-ending saga involving zip codes was over. There’s a new wrinkle, but it’s a good one for fans of the ability to change zip codes on printable coupon sites. Coupons.com has confirmed that it will be rolling out its new “look” to sites associated with its Brandcaster affiliate program over the next few weeks. Not[Read More…]
If you’ve grown weary of the near-constant warnings about Java lately, and their effect on your ability to print coupons, relief is on the way. Two of the major printable coupon providers are as frustrated as you are, and they’re making plans to give up on the troubled technology altogether. Coupon Network is already working on an alternative, and SmartSource[Read More…]
It’s been a week since warnings began circulating about Java, the software that – among other things – allows you to print coupons from most printable coupon sites. Java says everything is fine, the printable coupon sites say everything is fine, but computer experts and the U.S. government aren’t quite so confident. Computer security experts have long warned that Java[Read More…]
If you didn’t use up all your ink printing the first-of-the-month coupons yesterday, get ready for the “Believe in Heroes” coupons tomorrow. Read more about them here (“Save Money and Support Veterans”), then visit the Wounded Warrior Project website starting on Saturday, November 3rd to print the following coupons: $1/1 Advil or Advil Migraine, 20 ct or larger $1/1 All[Read More…]