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“See For Yourself”, Indeed

“See For Yourself”, Indeed

As Walmart expands its ad campaign that invites shoppers to “see for yourself” how much lower their prices are, more competitors mentioned by name in those ads are starting to fight back. First it was Milwaukee-based Pick ‘n Save, now it’s Florida-based Publix. But first, some background. Since early this year, the “Walmart Challenge” ads have been rolling out across[Read More…]

September 16, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
Walmart Kicks Its Challenge Up a Notch

Walmart Kicks Its Challenge Up a Notch

There’s a new wrinkle in Walmart’s series of advertisements that challenge shoppers to compare receipts from other stores with receipts for the same items purchased at Walmart. Now, you can accept their challenge without even having to go to Walmart – they’ll do the price comparison for you. In what a Walmart spokesperson tells us is “very, very, very much[Read More…]

August 21, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
The Walmart Challenge: A Competitor Fights Back

The Walmart Challenge: A Competitor Fights Back

Walmart is trumpeting the success of its “Walmart Challenge” ad campaign, but one competitor isn’t taking the challenge lying down. It’s fighting back with its own series of ads, pointing out that price isn’t everything. “Our butchers cut and grind our beef several times throughout the day every day, right in the store, so it’s always fresh for your family,”[Read More…]

August 20, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
A Couponing Tip: Don’t Steal Your Customers’ Coupons

A Couponing Tip: Don’t Steal Your Customers’ Coupons

Even supermarket cashiers can be amazed at the kind of coupon savings some of their customers achieve. Some even ask for couponing advice from their super-saving customers. Pick ‘n Save cashier Chandler C. Fry of suburban Milwaukee reportedly took it a step further. The Journal Times of Racine, Wisconsin reports that Fry has been arrested for allegedly buying items at[Read More…]

July 8, 2012 Coupons In The News
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