Archive for August, 2013

Sunday Coupons – 9/1/13

Sunday Coupons – 9/1/13

It’s a holiday weekend, so SmartSource and RedPlum are taking a break, but there will be one coupon insert from P&G. Here’s a preview of all the coupons you can expect. A reminder, you may be able to find some of these coupons available as printable versions in the SmartSource or RedPlum section of our Printable Coupons page. If you[Read More…]

August 31, 2013 Coupons You Can Use
Find Expired Food, Get a $2 CVS Coupon!

Find Expired Food, Get a $2 CVS Coupon!

Treasure hunt time at CVS! All you have to do is find the expired food, and you get a coupon for $2 off a future purchase, for every expired item you find. Ready, go! It sounds like an extreme couponer’s dream, or perhaps a “supermarket sweep” in reverse – gather up all the food you don’t want, in order to[Read More…]

August 30, 2013 Coupons In The News
Broken Grocery Bags: A Minor Annoyance, Until Somebody Dies

Broken Grocery Bags: A Minor Annoyance, Until Somebody Dies

Like the legendary “hot McDonald’s coffee in the lap” or the “finger found in the Wendy’s chili bowl”, it’s tempting to mock the merits of a lawsuit that blames Walmart for not double-bagging its groceries. Do we not have anything better to sue each other for? But it’s a little different when somebody dies. You can argue the merits of[Read More…]

August 30, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Why Some Stores Are Refusing SmartSource Coupons

Why Some Stores Are Refusing SmartSource Coupons

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…]

August 29, 2013 Coupons In The News
Mail Carrier Accused of Stealing Her Customers’ Kohl’s Coupons

Mail Carrier Accused of Stealing Her Customers’ Kohl’s Coupons

Coupons for Kohl’s are like those infamous coupons for Bed, Bath & Beyond – they’re always showing up in your mailbox. But for some residents of a suburban Detroit community, they suddenly stopped coming. Not because Kohl’s didn’t like them anymore, but because their letter carrier allegedly liked Kohl’s a little too much. In a criminal complaint filed in federal[Read More…]

August 29, 2013 Coupons In The News
Walgreens is Sued: Are Its Prices Wrong On Purpose?

Walgreens is Sued: Are Its Prices Wrong On Purpose?

In some ways, a store loyalty program is the ultimate bait-and-switch. Retailers are able to lure us into their stores by promising lower prices, while knowing that a certain percentage of careless or confused shoppers who aren’t loyalty program members will end up paying the higher prices that are hidden in the fine print. Throw in some really confusing shelf[Read More…]

August 28, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
“Double Coupon Day” at Hopster

“Double Coupon Day” at Hopster

They may be newcomers to the printable coupon scene, and they may not have coupons for all the top brands on their site just yet – but you’ve got to hand it to Hopster. They certainly know how to turn a hot topic into a clever promotion. The printable coupon site is running a “Double Coupon Day”, today only. Until[Read More…]

August 28, 2013 Coupons In The News
Turn Your Old Coupons Into New Coupons, With New Recyling Kiosks

Turn Your Old Coupons Into New Coupons, With New Recyling Kiosks

Once you’ve clipped all the coupons you need from your magazines and newspapers (and perhaps you’ve even read them, too!), what use are the rest? Perfectly good coupons that you just don’t happen to need, are going right into the recycle bin. But now there’s a better way. You can turn those unwanted coupons – in addition to the magazines[Read More…]

August 27, 2013 Coupons In The News
Half-Priced Produce! No Coupons (But the Right Health Plan) Required

Half-Priced Produce! No Coupons (But the Right Health Plan) Required

If you eat a diet of nothing but processed food, you can use coupons to feed your family for next to nothing. But even the best couponers end up having to spend money for things like fresh food and produce, because there are rarely coupons or great sales for them. So what would you think if your grocery store offered[Read More…]

August 26, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
CVS Relents; Shorter Receipts Coming Within Weeks

CVS Relents; Shorter Receipts Coming Within Weeks

Social media has changed the way we communicate. It’s created entire new industries. It’s helped to topple governments in the Middle East. And now, it’s convinced a drug store chain to shorten its absurdly long receipts. Well done, internets, well done. After years of playing defense and deflecting customer complaints about its comically lengthy receipts, CVS has buckled under the[Read More…]

August 24, 2013 Coupons In The News
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