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Did Digital Coupons Just Get Much, Much Better?

Did Digital Coupons Just Get Much, Much Better?

When digital load-to-card coupons first came onto the scene several years ago, couponers considered them a bit of a goldmine. Now we could use store coupons, manufacturer’s coupons AND digital coupons, too? What’s not to like about an additional source of savings? Then, one by one, stores began deciding that digital coupons couldn’t be stacked after all, and many couponers[Read More…]

February 6, 2013 Coupons In The News
When “New Low Prices” Are Neither New, Nor Low (For Long)

When “New Low Prices” Are Neither New, Nor Low (For Long)

It’s an age-old question – which do grocery shoppers like more, sales and coupons that offer big savings off high regular prices, or just plain low prices? The country’s largest grocery chain is changing its strategy a bit, but its “new low prices” strategy is not exactly new, and its prices may not stay low. Read over this piece of[Read More…]

February 4, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
The Death of Doubles?

The Death of Doubles?

As the country’s largest grocery chain, Kroger is getting all the attention today, as it rolls out a new low-prices program that also eliminates double coupons. But if you live in the affected area and are looking for sympathy, take a number. Grocery shoppers in Indiana were already dealt that blow a day earlier. Sharp-eyed shoppers of Indianapolis-based Marsh Supermarkets[Read More…]

February 1, 2013 Coupons In The News
Kroger Offers New Lower Prices! Oh, And No More Double Coupons

Kroger Offers New Lower Prices! Oh, And No More Double Coupons

It’s good news, bad news for Kroger shoppers in southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky. The grocery chain announced this morning that it’s introducing to the area its “New! Lower Prices” campaign that it first rolled out in Hampton Roads, Virginia last July. Unfortunately, it’s also introducing to the area its no-more-doubling-coupons policy that it rolled out in Texas back in[Read More…]

February 1, 2013 Coupons In The News
“The Stack” is Sacked, as H-E-B Goes Digital

“The Stack” is Sacked, as H-E-B Goes Digital

Coupon stacking has ended, and digital couponing has arrived at Texas’ H-E-B. And – well, prepare to be underwhelmed. But there’s still time. The San Antonio-based grocery chain’s much-heralded digital coupon program got off to a rocky start, even before it began. The coming launch was overshadowed earlier this month, by the related announcement that in order to implement digital[Read More…]

January 29, 2013 Coupons In The News
Couponing Customers Urge H-E-B to “Bring Back the Stack!”

Couponing Customers Urge H-E-B to “Bring Back the Stack!”

There’s coupon trouble brewing in Texas. As San Antonio-based H-E-B prepares to enforce a new coupon policy, customers have adopted a new rallying cry: “Bring back the stack!” Last Thursday, H-E-B announced that it would soon roll out a new digital coupon program. And oh, by the way, it also would no longer allow stacking of store and manufacturer’s coupons.[Read More…]

January 17, 2013 Coupons In The News
Dollar Tree: Silence Speaks Volumes?

Dollar Tree: Silence Speaks Volumes?

Concerned Dollar Tree customers who’ve been waiting for a statement, an explanation or a condemnation from the company about a well-publicized incident at one of its stores last week, are still waiting. The company has been largely silent, while its customers have been anything but. By now, you’ve likely heard the story about the couponer who was allegedly attacked by[Read More…]

November 27, 2012 Coupons In The News
Two Manufacturer’s Coupons on One Item? Really!

Two Manufacturer’s Coupons on One Item? Really!

Well, here’s something that would open up a world of possibilities, if other stores were to follow suit. The Cleveland, Ohio-based Marc’s Grocery & Deep Discount Stores confused couponers this week, with its ad encouraging shoppers to use two manufacturer’s coupon on a single item. A $5 off manufacturer’s coupon appears in its current circular, and $2 off manufacturer coupons[Read More…]

October 4, 2012 Coupons In The News
Not an Actual Competitor? Not a Problem!

Not an Actual Competitor? Not a Problem!

Shoppers in parts of the northeastern U.S. are gathering their CVS coupons, printing out Target’s offerings and perhaps hitting up their friends in other states who may have extra coupons to share. The Pittsburgh-based grocery chain Giant Eagle released a revised coupon policy today, and it includes one of the most lenient – or perhaps the most ripe for revision[Read More…]

August 23, 2012 Coupons In The News
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