Archive for July 16th, 2013

eBay Cracks Down on Coupon Sales

eBay Cracks Down on Coupon Sales

In a move that’s annoying buyers, infuriating sellers, but delighting manufacturers and industry professionals, eBay is cracking down on the sale of coupons. In the first major revision of its coupon policy in several years, eBay is severely restricting the number of coupons that sellers can offer, and banning the sale of free-product (including “buy one get one free”) coupons[Read More…]

July 16, 2013 Coupons In The News
Don’t Misuse Coupons or God Will Strike You Down

Don’t Misuse Coupons or God Will Strike You Down

You can add another activity to the list of things you shouldn’t do in a thunderstorm. Don’t take a shower. Don’t use the phone. And now, apparently, don’t go grocery shopping. A Louisiana woman learned that the hard way yesterday, when she was struck by lightning – inside a grocery store, while checking out. Thankfully, she’s okay. “I felt, like,[Read More…]

July 16, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Does Kroger Have an Image Problem?

Does Kroger Have an Image Problem?

Harris Teeter fans have had a week now to digest the news that their favorite regional grocery store will soon be swallowed up by supermarket giant Kroger (read: “Sold! Kroger Buys Harris Teeter”). The initial cries of horror have turned into quieter grumbles of discontent, but the bottom line remains that the vast majority of Harris Teeter shoppers are not[Read More…]

July 16, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
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