Is Walmart worried?

Walmart continues to up the ante with its series of commercials about it offering low prices. First, it was steaks. Then, groceries and back to school items. Now, it’s cell phones and even a campaign to send in your receipt to see the price differences for yourself. Business and marketing analysts say Walmart is no…

Coupon website offers access to high value coupons

Want to get access to high value coupons before everyone else? Coupons.com is offering free access to the offers through their Savings Club. The club normally costs a fee, but it’s being offered for free for a limited time. You simply add your store savings card to your account, and then start electronically clipping coupons…

Who coupons? Study shows it may not be who you think

Coupons have generated a lot of debate this year as shows like “Extreme Couponing” aired. I’ve been using coupons all my life, so it’s interesting that now they generate controversy. So, who is using all these coupons? A nationwide survey by the University of Arizona reveals it may not be who you think. Researcher and…

Starbucks offering Keurig K-Cups of select blends

Coffee lovers went crazy for Dunkin’ Donuts K Cups for the Keurig coffeemaker. Three months later, it’s still a popular story on my blog. Now, Starbucks is joining the K-Cup race. Breakfast Blend, Pike Place Roast, Sumatra, Caffe Verona, French Roast and House Blend will be offered in K-Cups. Keurig says these K-Cup options are…

Coupon industry responds to problems

The coupon industry is fighting back trying to rein in the out of control consumers who are using coupons to make money. The Coupon Information Corporation represents manufacturers and admits that while there are couponing rules there are also gray areas.  if you want to continue saving money while helping 10,000 people in the couponing…