Archive for February, 2018

Need a Coupon Code? Sorry, Most Are Expired

Need a Coupon Code? Sorry, Most Are Expired

A new study says the vast majority of coupon codes posted online don’t even work.

February 28, 2018 Coupons In The News
Study: Grocers Should Charge Only What You Can Afford to Pay

Study: Grocers Should Charge Only What You Can Afford to Pay

A new report advises grocery stores to raise their prices in richer neighborhoods, and lower them elsewhere.

February 27, 2018 Grocery & Retail News
Printable Free-Item Coupons Cause Happiness and Headaches

Printable Free-Item Coupons Cause Happiness and Headaches

Several printable coupons offering free products may not be as good as they seem, depending on where you shop.

February 26, 2018 Coupons In The News
Free Coupons For Brands Means More Coupons For You

Free Coupons For Brands Means More Coupons For You

A coupon provider is offering to host brands’ printable offers for free – potentially making many more of them available to couponers.

February 23, 2018 Coupons In The News
Tops Hits Bottom, May Close Stores During Bankruptcy

Tops Hits Bottom, May Close Stores During Bankruptcy

A 174-store grocery chain declares bankruptcy, and expects to close stores in a bid to stay solvent.

February 22, 2018 Grocery & Retail News
Sunday Coupons – 2/25/18

Sunday Coupons – 2/25/18

Get a sneak preview of all the coupons from SmartSource and RedPlum in your February 25, 2018 Sunday newspaper.

February 22, 2018 Coupons You Can Use
Walmart Is Not the Low-Price Leader – Online

Walmart Is Not the Low-Price Leader – Online

Two new price surveys offer surprising results about whose online grocery prices are the best.

February 21, 2018 Grocery & Retail News
Albertsons Buys the Rest of Rite Aid

Albertsons Buys the Rest of Rite Aid

Grocery chain Albertsons announces its merger with Rite Aid, creating a new grocery/pharmacy powerhouse.

February 20, 2018 Grocery & Retail News
Target Fights Back Against “Big Red Ball Fall” Lawsuit

Target Fights Back Against “Big Red Ball Fall” Lawsuit

Target responds to a lawsuit filed by a woman who sued, after her son fell from a big red ball outside the store.

February 16, 2018 Grocery & Retail News
We’re Using Fewer Coupons Because Too Many of Them Are Digital

We’re Using Fewer Coupons Because Too Many of Them Are Digital

A new analysis says coupon use is down, because there are more digital coupons than anyone cares to use.

February 15, 2018 Coupons In The News
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