Archive for February, 2013

Sunday’s Coupons – 2/17/13

Sunday’s Coupons – 2/17/13

You should find one coupon insert, from RedPlum this weekend. Here’s a preview of what coupons you can expect. A reminder, you may be able to find some of these coupons available as printable versions in the SmartSource and RedPlum sections of our Printable Coupons page. And if you don’t see what you’re looking for, try searching our coupon database.[Read More…]

February 14, 2013 Coupons You Can Use
Digital Coupon Update: Winn-Dixie Backtracks, Publix Expands

Digital Coupon Update: Winn-Dixie Backtracks, Publix Expands

It’s been a week since Winn-Dixie launched a new digital coupon program, and the fine print had some wondering if this could possibly be the best digital coupon program ever. Not only did the e-coupon policy suggest that coupons might reappear in your account after you used them once, but it said you could combine digital coupons with paper coupons[Read More…]

February 14, 2013 Coupons In The News
“Coupon Guy” Sentenced for Counterfeiting Printable Coupons

“Coupon Guy” Sentenced for Counterfeiting Printable Coupons

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…]

February 13, 2013 Coupons In The News
Coupons.com Zip Code Box is Here to Stay

Coupons.com Zip Code Box is Here to Stay

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…]

February 13, 2013 Coupons In The News
For Sale at Harris Teeter: The Entire Chain?

For Sale at Harris Teeter: The Entire Chain?

(Be sure to read this update: “Sold! Kroger Buys Harris Teeter”). The grocery business is a tough game, and Harris Teeter may be ready to call it quits. The grocery chain is reportedly considering its biggest sale ever – of Harris Teeter itself. The Wall Street Journal and Reuters both cite sources that the Charlotte, North Carolina-based grocer is “exploring[Read More…]

February 12, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Romano’s Macaroni Grill: Too Good for Coupons?

Romano’s Macaroni Grill: Too Good for Coupons?

What is it about new CEO’s and new philosophies when it comes to coupons? From fashion to food, from loads of coupons to no coupons, it seems the most popular turnaround strategy for a new boss is to reverse whatever coupon policy was in place under the old boss. The latest company to reverse course on coupons is Romano’s Macaroni[Read More…]

February 12, 2013 Coupons In The News
“Best Bagger” Makes Your Baggers Look Bad

“Best Bagger” Makes Your Baggers Look Bad

If you like your grocery bags packed just right, without crushed bread or cracked eggs, better do your grocery shopping at Metropolitan Market in West Seattle. Just look for the golden checkout lane – that’s where you’ll find Andrew Borracchini, the official Best Bagger Champion of 2013. Borracchini competed against 22 other grocery baggers for the coveted title in Las[Read More…]

February 12, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
EXCLUSIVE: Schnucks to Walmart: End “Inaccurate”, “Misleading”, “Unlawful” Ads

EXCLUSIVE: Schnucks to Walmart: End “Inaccurate”, “Misleading”, “Unlawful” Ads

Nearly a year into Walmart’s advertising campaign that puts its grocery competitors’ prices in the crosshairs, one grocery chain is fighting back. St. Louis-based Schnucks is demanding that Walmart “cease, desist and refrain” from what it calls “deceptive and misleading” advertising. Schnucks’ allegations, and Walmart’s responses, also pull back the curtain a bit on how Walmart’s ads are produced, and[Read More…]

February 11, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Worth Every Penny? Grocery Store Tries Rounding Off Prices

Worth Every Penny? Grocery Store Tries Rounding Off Prices

Here’s an interesting sales strategy – raise your prices by a penny, and advertise it as being a good thing. That’s what a French grocery chain is trying. Would it fly here in the U.S.? Carrefour Markets has launched a new campaign called “Les Prix Ronds” (“Round Prices”). 500 grocery products will have permanently rounded-off prices. For example, the store’s[Read More…]

February 10, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Printing Problems? Coupon Network, SmartSource to Junk Java

Printing Problems? Coupon Network, SmartSource to Junk Java

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…]

February 8, 2013 Coupons In The News
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