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Online Grocery Service Introduces “Revolutionary” Coupons

Online Grocery Service Introduces “Revolutionary” Coupons

The grocery delivery service Instacart introduces online manufacturer’s coupons that its brand partners are touting as “revolutionary”.

November 6, 2015 Coupons In The News
Better Than Coupons? Online Grocers Urged to Offer More Creative Deals

Better Than Coupons? Online Grocers Urged to Offer More Creative Deals

Shoppers say more coupons might tempt them to try online grocery shopping, but a new report suggests sellers come up with more creative ways to save.

October 23, 2015 Coupons In The News
No Coupons at Walmart? The Cost of Online Convenience

No Coupons at Walmart? The Cost of Online Convenience

Walmart expands its free online grocery pickup service, but there’s a catch – coupons and ad match requests are not accepted.

September 30, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
Get Walmart’s Prices Without Having to Shop at Walmart

Get Walmart’s Prices Without Having to Shop at Walmart

Walmart accidentally debuts its flat-fee, unlimited-shipping service earlier than planned – and online grocery shoppers are already eager to try it out.

May 28, 2015 Grocery & Retail News
SmartSource Wants to Sell You Stuff

SmartSource Wants to Sell You Stuff

Don’t want to clip coupons and shuffle off to the store? Well, now you can snap a photo with your smartphone and redeem that coupon digitally! Wait, that sounds familiar, and perhaps just a little illegal (read: “SnipSnap Coupon App Comes Under Fire”). But with SmartSource, it’s all on the up and up. The coupon provider is launching a new[Read More…]

June 28, 2013 Coupons In The News
Three Reasons AmazonFresh is Good, and Bad, for Grocery Shoppers

Three Reasons AmazonFresh is Good, and Bad, for Grocery Shoppers

Assumptions can be wrong, of course – but let’s assume for a moment that you will not be buying your groceries from Amazon.com. The latest iteration of the internet giant’s “AmazonFresh” grocery delivery service charges you 300 bucks just for the privilege of buying your groceries from Amazon – and you still have to pay for the groceries, and possible[Read More…]

June 11, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
One Interesting, One Ridiculous Idea for Online Ordering

One Interesting, One Ridiculous Idea for Online Ordering

If you haven’t ever ordered your groceries online, what would get you to give it a try? Free delivery? Discounts? Coupons? Or perhaps a stranger showing up on your doorstep with your stuff? A couple of big companies are working on new ways of delivering your online orders, and let’s just say one is more promising than the other. First,[Read More…]

March 29, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Will We Ever Really Order All Our Groceries Online?

Will We Ever Really Order All Our Groceries Online?

Remember when Webvan was going to revolutionize the supermarket industry? Ordering your groceries online and having them delivered to your doorstep was going to be the way we all shopped in the future. But Webvan went bust a dozen years ago. So is it the future yet? In an era when music stores have been supplanted by music downloads, and[Read More…]

January 23, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
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
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