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Pizza Chains Use Coupons to Push Online Ordering

Pizza Chains Use Coupons to Push Online Ordering

Sure, you can easily find coupons for a few bucks off, next time you call or drop by your local pizza place. But lately, the real pizza deals are online – and that’s no accident. If the convenience of ordering online doesn’t entice you, national pizza chains are hoping that coupons and freebies will. It’s been nearly twenty years since[Read More…]

January 21, 2013 Coupons In The News
News To Snooze To: The Least Popular Stories of 2012

News To Snooze To: The Least Popular Stories of 2012

As promised, a counterpart to yesterday’s Top Stories of 2012. Just for fun, here’s a look at some stories you probably missed in 2012. For whatever reason, these just didn’t seem to resonate. Some are worth a look – others, well, maybe there’s a reason no one wanted to read them the first time around. 11. Wealthy Island is Grocery[Read More…]

December 31, 2012 Coupons In The News
Do Your Dollar Store Shopping Online

Do Your Dollar Store Shopping Online

Part of the fun of dollar store shopping is the thrill of the hunt – you go into the store, not needing anything in particular, and end up leaving with things you didn’t know how you’ve lived without. But some get that same thrill by shopping online, so dollar stores are tapping into that to help generate a little more[Read More…]

September 4, 2012 Coupons You Can Use
Are You Too Lazy For Back-to-School Shopping?

Are You Too Lazy For Back-to-School Shopping?

“Consumers are planning to spend more money on back-to-school items this year,” says a recent PriceGrabber survey. Why? Perhaps because they’re lazy. Couponers may cringe to find that using coupons was only the fourth most popular way to save on school supplies. It came behind price cuts, sales and the number-one answer: free shipping, cited by 74%. Which means most[Read More…]

July 28, 2012 Coupons In The News
You Hated Webvan, But Can We Interest You in a Web-Sub?

You Hated Webvan, But Can We Interest You in a Web-Sub?

Remember Webvan? Having groceries delivered to your door was going to be the next big thing, during the dot-com boom a decade ago. It didn’t quite work out that way. Southeastern supermarket chain Publix made its own effort to get into the home-delivery game in 2001, with PublixDirect. That effort went bust two years later. Publix tried e-commerce again in[Read More…]

July 7, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
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