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Plummeting Coupon Use May Finally Bounce Back

May 26, 2020

Coupon use declined once again last year, but it may finally start to bounce back. Related stories: Are Printable Coupons Doomed? Finally, Coupons Are Getting Better! Why We’re Couponing Less, But Saving More

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Save Money, Earn Rewards and Do Good With P&G

May 21, 2020

Procter & Gamble introduces a new website that will let you earn rewards and exclusive coupons. Related stories: Save Money, Save Lives – and Get a Pink Pumpkin, Too Want to Save Money on Fresh, Healthy Food? Now, Finally, You Can Healthy Rebate App Makes It Easier, and Harder, to Earn Cash Back

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Seven-Year Coupon Dispute Ends With 38-Cent Refund

May 14, 2020

A long-running legal dispute over sales tax and coupons ends with a BJ’s customer getting his 38 cents back. Related stories: Coupon Lawsuit Over $0.38 Is Getting Very Expensive Judge Sides With Shoppers in Sales Tax Dispute Couponer Sues Walmart For 21-Cent Overcharge

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Couponing Crisis Averted, As Coupon Collectors Return to Work

May 13, 2020

A U.S. company’s coupon processing facilities are up and running again, after a temporary shutdown disrupted the whole process. Related stories: Who’s Going to Count the Coupons? Coronavirus Causes More Complications Reports Say the Era of “Extreme Couponing” is Over Couponing in Crisis? Companies and Consumers Both Lose Interest in Coupons

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Brands Urged Not to Offer Too Many Deals

May 11, 2020

An industry group says brands should avoid lowering prices and offering deals during the current coronavirus and economic crisis. Related stories: Brands Urged to Offer More Coupons and Deals Online Better Than Coupons? Online Grocers Urged to Offer More Creative Deals Bait-and-Switch Brands Urged to Offer More Printable Coupons

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Brands Urged to Keep Offering Coupons

May 7, 2020

Promotions platforms say coupons are more important than ever, and brands need to ensure they’re available to cash-strapped shoppers. Related stories: Better Than Coupons? Online Grocers Urged to Offer More Creative Deals Bait-and-Switch Brands Urged to Offer More Printable Coupons Coupons Make Online Grocery Shopping So Much Better

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Digital Companies Are Eager For Paper Coupons to Die

May 6, 2020

Digital coupon proponents are eagerly declaring the death of paper coupons as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Related stories: Coupons Must Die So Trees Might Live Kroger: Digital Won’t Replace Paper, Until All the Old People Die Coupons.com Also Wishes Companies Would Offer More Coupons

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Couponing Could Be Due For a Comeback

May 5, 2020

The last recession could provide clues on how couponing could change in the months and years ahead. Related stories: Coupons and Deals Are Making a Comeback A Cure For The Next Recession: Government-Provided Coupons? Reports Say the Era of “Extreme Couponing” is Over

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Coupons vs. the Coronavirus? Maybe This Idea Wasn’t So Crazy After All

May 4, 2020

Could government-issued coupons for local restaurants help boost the economy better than cash stimulus payments? Related stories: A Cure For The Next Recession: Government-Provided Coupons? Applebee’s Launches Crazy Coupon Promotion Restaurant Revives Crazy Competitor Coupon Promotion

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Who’s Going to Count the Coupons? Coronavirus Causes More Complications

April 30, 2020

A major coupon processor has closed down its sorting facilities, leaving retailers with nowhere to send their coupons for reimbursement. Related stories: “Digital Coupons Rule!” “No, Paper Coupons Are #1!” Ok, So Which Is It? Reports Say the Era of “Extreme Couponing” is Over Man Gets Nothing After Suing Entire Coupon Industry For $1.3 Billion

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