Archive for December 4th, 2012

U.S. Military’s Grocery Stores Come Under Fire

U.S. Military’s Grocery Stores Come Under Fire

(Dec. 6th update: Read the latest developments here: “No, Your Commissary Is Not Closing. Not Yet, Anyway.”) (Dec. 18th update: And read even more here: “Commissary Comments on Coupons, Customers – and Closing”) If U.S. service members want to save on their groceries, shouldn’t they just clip coupons and shop the sales like the rest of us? That’s the gist[Read More…]

December 4, 2012 Grocery & Retail News

Pro or Con on Coupons? You Decide.

We’ve all heard it before, and now a national TV audience has heard it – it’s time to get over extreme couponing. Author Christy Rakoczy appeared in the above segment on “Good Morning America” today, making the argument that she first made in a MoneyCrashers.com article back in October. In “6 Reasons Why I Stopped Extreme Couponing“, and on the[Read More…]

December 4, 2012 Coupons In The News
Maybe Killing Coupons Isn’t Such a Bad Idea After All

Maybe Killing Coupons Isn’t Such a Bad Idea After All

One year into a plan to wean its customers off coupons, a national retailer says the plan is working. And no, we’re not talking about JCPenney. In November 2011, Jacksonville, Florida-based department store Stein Mart embarked on an effort to reduce coupon usage by half. “It became clear that we needed to make some significant changes to return our company[Read More…]

December 4, 2012 Coupons In The News
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