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These are the 13 Worst Supermarkets in America

These are the 13 Worst Supermarkets in America

According to a new survey from Consumer Reports that ranks 55 of the country’s top supermarket chains, these 13 are at the very bottom of the list.

March 27, 2014 Grocery & Retail News
Supermarkets Install Sensors That Could Help You Save (Or Spend More)

Supermarkets Install Sensors That Could Help You Save (Or Spend More)

An app developer has partnered with 150 grocery stores to install special in-store sensors that could offer you discounts.

January 7, 2014 Coupons In The News
How Much Do You “Like” Your Grocery Store?

How Much Do You “Like” Your Grocery Store?

You may like your local grocery store just fine, but it takes a real commitment to show the world – or at least your Facebook friends – that you “like” it. Occasional customer satisfaction surveys have declared certain supermarkets to be the most or least liked of all, but a look at how many grocery shoppers have hit the thumbs-up[Read More…]

September 25, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Giant Eagle: Double Coupons Continue, But For How Long?

Giant Eagle: Double Coupons Continue, But For How Long?

Well, Kroger has certainly conditioned us to take the bad along with the good. Recent announcements unveiling “new lower prices” in various regions have been accompanied by corresponding announcements that double coupons would also be ending. So it was with that in mind, that Giant Eagle shoppers approached their store’s own recent “new lower prices” announcement with a bit of[Read More…]

September 16, 2013 Coupons In The 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
Couponer Sues Walmart For 21-Cent Overcharge

Couponer Sues Walmart For 21-Cent Overcharge

Do you live in a “pre-coupon tax” state, or a “post-coupon tax” state? Do you even know, and would you notice if your store charged you tax on things it shouldn’t? One Pennsylvania man knows, and he isn’t happy about what he found on his Walmart receipt. So he’s suing the multi-billion dollar company, for overcharging him by 21 cents.[Read More…]

July 22, 2013 Coupons In The News
Enough With the Gas Rewards, How About Cheaper Groceries?

Enough With the Gas Rewards, How About Cheaper Groceries?

Planning any road trips this summer? As Memorial Day unofficially kicks off the season today, grocery stores are battling for your business, by making it cheaper to fill up your gas tank. Wouldn’t it be nice if they’d just make it cheaper to fill up your shopping cart? You know, with stuff you can eat? Lots of grocery stores offer[Read More…]

May 27, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Store Says Requiring Loyalty Card at Self Checkout is for Our Own Good

Store Says Requiring Loyalty Card at Self Checkout is for Our Own Good

Most of us have grown accustomed to needing a store loyalty card to take advantage of sale prices and perks like doubled and digital coupons. Those who refuse loyalty cards quite literally have to pay the price: no card, no savings. Many privacy enthusiasts are okay with that. But some are not okay with one store’s latest move – requiring[Read More…]

April 4, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Can Lower Prices Help Beat the Low-Price Leader?

Can Lower Prices Help Beat the Low-Price Leader?

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before – a grocery chain is announcing “new lower prices on thousands of items” to help its customers save. Somewhere, a Walmart ad executive is chuckling. This time, it’s Giant Eagle. The Pittsburgh-based chain unveiled its new price campaign today, lowering prices an average of 15% on more than 3,000 items. By its[Read More…]

March 20, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Gobble Up Cheap Turkey Now, While You Still Can

Gobble Up Cheap Turkey Now, While You Still Can

Despite some alarmist headlines this year that the cost of a Thanksgiving dinner is higher than ever, it’s actually not so bad. So let us be the first to alarm you with the real headline – next year, you may need to take out a new mortgage to afford a turkey! The American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual price survey of[Read More…]

November 19, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
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