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Shoppers Who Most Need Coupons Aren’t Using Them

Shoppers Who Most Need Coupons Aren’t Using Them

SNAP recipients don’t use coupons or shop for deals as often as higher-income shoppers – but there are other ways they look to save.

April 5, 2021 Coupons In The News
You’re Offering Me a Deal? How Dare You!

You’re Offering Me a Deal? How Dare You!

Some shoppers could be insulted by discounts and spend less as a result, according to a new study.

March 18, 2021 Coupons In The News
Grocery Group Says Major Chains Put the Squeeze On Competitors – And Consumers

Grocery Group Says Major Chains Put the Squeeze On Competitors – And Consumers

A grocery industry group says shoppers are paying the price for a few retailers’ dominance.

March 17, 2021 Grocery & Retail News
The Surprising Reason Your Grocery Choices Are Shrinking

The Surprising Reason Your Grocery Choices Are Shrinking

A new study finds that lower incomes among some, is linked to fewer grocery choices for everyone.

December 9, 2020 Grocery & Retail News
Play to Win: Games Can Make Coupons More Exciting

Play to Win: Games Can Make Coupons More Exciting

A new study finds that coupons are better when we have to work for them.

September 15, 2020 Coupons In The News
Here’s One Way to Get Stuff For Free – Just Steal It

Here’s One Way to Get Stuff For Free – Just Steal It

Retail theft is on the rise, and crafty couponers are part of the problem.

August 11, 2020 Grocery & Retail News
Study Says Coupon Fraudsters Are More Generous

Study Says Coupon Fraudsters Are More Generous

Cashiers who ask for donations at the checkout may find that coupon fraudsters are the most willing donors.

March 10, 2020 Coupons In The News
The Solution to Less Food Waste? More Grocery Stores

The Solution to Less Food Waste? More Grocery Stores

In a surprising conclusion, a new study says access to more grocery stores could help reduce the amount of food we throw away.

February 21, 2020 Grocery & Retail News
Your Grocery Store Won’t Tell You If Your Food Can Kill You

Your Grocery Store Won’t Tell You If Your Food Can Kill You

An advocacy group urges stores to better inform shoppers about food recalls.

February 18, 2020 Grocery & Retail News
Why Paying Nothing for Something, Is Better Than Getting Something for Nothing

Why Paying Nothing for Something, Is Better Than Getting Something for Nothing

A new study says paying “$0” for an item is considered a better deal than getting that item for “free.”

February 3, 2020 Grocery & Retail News
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