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Couponers to Companies: Is That All You’ve Got?

Couponers to Companies: Is That All You’ve Got?

We’ve heard by now, facts that back up what we’ve all seen – that the values and volume of coupons is down. But there are still insights to be gained from taking a close look at what coupons were offered, and used, over the past year. One report’s conclusion? We don’t like what we’re getting. It’s that time of year[Read More…]

January 24, 2013 Coupons In The News
2012: A Good Year For Coupons. 2013: Even Better?

2012: A Good Year For Coupons. 2013: Even Better?

2013 got off to a roaring start, with more coupon inserts than we’d seen in the previous four weeks combined. A sign of good things to come, perhaps? Could be, according to a new report, and the 2013 coupon insert schedules. According to an annual Kantar Media study, insert coupon distribution is on the rise. More than 274 billion coupons,[Read More…]

January 10, 2013 Coupons In The News
The Economy Gets Better, Coupons Get Worse

The Economy Gets Better, Coupons Get Worse

Coupons can come in handy when you don’t have a job, or an income. But once your employment situation improves, it’s time to toss the coupons and blow your money on full-priced groceries! Ok, so that’s not such a smart idea. But it’s happening. According to third-quarter statistics from the coupon processing company Inmar, coupon redemption plummeted nearly 23% compared[Read More…]

November 12, 2012 Coupons In The News
It’s National Coupon Month! So Where Are All the Coupons?

It’s National Coupon Month! So Where Are All the Coupons?

Today begins National Coupon Month, but don’t be disappointed if your friends and family forgot to buy you anything. It’s also National Chicken Month, National Yoga Month, National Potato Month, National Piano Month and National Biscuit Month – so they all have a lot of holiday shopping to catch up on. But seriously, National Coupon Month is an unofficial commemorative[Read More…]

September 1, 2012 Coupons In The News
Savings, Statistics and a Little Sneakiness

Savings, Statistics and a Little Sneakiness

If the stereotypical couponer is someone with a low-paying job who’s struggling to get by, the actual typical couponer would like you to know that they’re doing quite well, thank you. The printable coupon provider RevTrax released a study today, in which it found that the more money a person has, the more likely they are to use printable coupons.[Read More…]

August 28, 2012 Coupons In The News
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