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Couponing at 40: Coupons Go High-Tech

Couponing at 40: Coupons Go High-Tech

If you’ve ever shopped at a Dollar Tree, the checkout experience can be downright quaint. Since everything is a dollar, there’s no need for a scanner at the register. It’s easy enough for the cashier to just count your items and charge you a buck apiece. But when Dollar Tree started accepting manufacturer’s coupons last year, the lack of scanners[Read More…]

July 10, 2013 Coupons In The News
Shopper Sues Because She Doesn’t Like Kohl’s Coupon Policy

Shopper Sues Because She Doesn’t Like Kohl’s Coupon Policy

Hell hath no fury like a couponer scorned. One Ohio woman is so upset about the way Kohl’s redeemed her coupons, she’s suing. For fourteen bucks. If you’re familiar with shopping at Kohl’s, you probably know all about Kohl’s Cash, as well as the frequent percent-off-your-total order coupons that the department store chain offers. You may also be familiar with[Read More…]

July 10, 2013 Coupons In The News
Harris Teeter Fans Freak Out About Coupons

Harris Teeter Fans Freak Out About Coupons

As late as Monday night, Harris Teeter and Kroger were still negotiating their deal that was announced early Tuesday morning (read: “Sold! Kroger Buys Harris Teeter”). Meanwhile, Kroger’s Central Division had, much earlier, decided to announce its new lower prices (and oh, by the way, no more double coupons) on Tuesday morning (read: “Kroger Keeps on Killing Doubles”). So for[Read More…]

July 10, 2013 Coupons In The News
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