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Vote, Get a Coupon, Go Directly To Jail

Vote, Get a Coupon, Go Directly To Jail

Fewer freebies are available this Election Day – which could be a good thing.

November 3, 2020 Coupons In The News
Grocery Giveaways Help Furloughed Federal Workers

Grocery Giveaways Help Furloughed Federal Workers

Grocery brands help out, by giving away free food to those affected by the partial government shutdown.

January 16, 2019 Grocery & Retail News
City Official in Coupon Dispute Keeps His Job

City Official in Coupon Dispute Keeps His Job

A Florida city official who made headlines for his involvement in a coupon dispute, finds out his fate after colleagues deliberate his future.

July 9, 2018 Coupons In The News
Coupon Dispute Could Cost City Leader His Job

Coupon Dispute Could Cost City Leader His Job

A Florida city official’s job is in jeopardy, after he was involved in a dispute over an expired coupon.

July 2, 2018 Coupons In The News
Here’s What Happens When a “Hot Coupon Mama” Gets Political

Here’s What Happens When a “Hot Coupon Mama” Gets Political

A couponer-turned-politician finds herself the target of a coupon-tinged political attack.

January 26, 2018 Coupons In The News
Get Election Day Freebies, And Go to Jail!

Get Election Day Freebies, And Go to Jail!

Looking to score some Election Day freebies? Turns out it’s illegal to do so.

November 7, 2016 Coupons In The News
Trump Supporters Use More Coupons Than Clinton Voters

Trump Supporters Use More Coupons Than Clinton Voters

A new survey reveals curious insights about the couponing habits of each presidential candidate’s supporters.

October 20, 2016 Coupons In The News
What’s Next, A Ban on Coupons? Well, Yes.

What’s Next, A Ban on Coupons? Well, Yes.

With food labeling laws, proposed bans on large sugary drinks and now, new plans to restrict the sale of tobacco products, you might wonder – what’s next? Banning coupons for products that aren’t good for you? Why yes, that’s exactly what New York City is proposing. In announcing a plan to help reduce the smoking rate yesterday, New York Mayor[Read More…]

March 19, 2013 Coupons In The News
Rotten Food, No Food, Closed Commissaries and More!

Rotten Food, No Food, Closed Commissaries and More!

Sequestration has arrived – so be prepared to find rotten meat in your grocery store, if you can find any meat at all. Low-income shoppers will starve, supermarket employees will be fired and military grocery stores will padlock their doors. And that’s in addition to prisoners running free, bad guys streaming across the borders and planes falling out of the[Read More…]

March 1, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Campaigning With Coupons

Campaigning With Coupons

How’d you like a half-priced steak? And you don’t even have to vote for the owner of the restaurant offering you the coupon. But he’d sure like it if you did. An otherwise uneventful primary race for a City Council seat in Wichita, Kansas has become embroiled in a controversy over coupons. One candidate has filed an ethics complaint against[Read More…]

February 15, 2013 Coupons In The News
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