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2010 Featured Articles

CLIPPING coupons is a hassle. Intentionally. If shoppers were to redeem any more than just a sliver of them, manufacturers would have a self-created financial catastrophe on their handsRead More...
Need a last-minute gift you can get on the way to Christmas dinner? Coupons.com savings expert Jeanette Pavini has a few suggestions straight from the grocery store.Read More...
Cult of Mac put together a list of the best apps and accessories for both iPhone and iPad that can help your holiday season be as full flavoured and stress free as possible, and features Grocery iQ.Read More...
CNBC's Christina Cheddar Berk interviews Jeanette Pavini, household savings expert for Coupons.com, about making homemade gifts for the holidays.Read More...
ToyXplosion.com alerts readers of coupons on Coupons.com fr savings on stocking stuffers including, DVD's and sweets. Read More...
The Arizona Republic Online and The Arizona Republic printed an interview with Coupons.com's Jeanette Pavini about how to avoid problems this holiday season while shopping online. Read More...
Coupons.com -- This free, aggregated coupon site has it all -- not only can customer search for deals by zip code, but coupons can either be printed or downloaded to a mobile device or customer loyalty card. The site offers savings in sixteen categories, but the majority of daily coupons typically fall within Food, Healthcare, Household Goods, and Personal Care. Coupon.com is certainly the popular kid on the block. Last month, the company announced subscribers had printed out over $1 billion in coupons.Read More...
Knowledge Networks, online research specialists, interview Coupons.com's Mike Scriven on digital grocery lists, frugal consumers and his work with Knowledge Networks.Read More...
GoMoNews mentions that ScanBug has introduced coupons from Coupons.com into its new Scan Life Mobile app. Read More...
Digital coupon users pushed savings from the company’s offerings to a new milestone in 2010 Online coupon platform Coupons.com has announced that users of its digital coupons, either via discount offers printed off the web or linked automatically to a loyalty card, racked up $1 billion in savings between January and the end of October 2010.Read More...
Dailyshopper News Mentions that 94 percent of online adults say getting deals on the gifts they purchase is at least somewhat important to them, according to an online survey conducted by Harris Interactive in October and commissioned by Coupons.comRead More...
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Coupons.com announced last week that distribution data for digital coupons for the first nine months of 2010 recorded a 57 percent growth compared to the same period last year. Additionally, it said it had surpassed the $1 billion mark for printed coupon savings for the year, the first time it has reached the billion-dollar milestone within a calendar year. Read More...
Vermont Public Radio discusses the popularity of coupons and reports that Coupons.com surpassed a billion dollars in printed coupon savings.Read More...
Shoppers who are brave enough to venture out on Black Friday know what all the fuss is about: Amazing deals and slashed prices make it worth the hassle of waking up at the crack of dawn and braving the crowds. But aside from the advertised deals, are there even more ways to score a bargain? We spoke to shopping experts for the best ways to save big on Black Friday. Read on to find out everything you need to know before you hit the mall.Read More...
Coupons.com reports a 57% growth for the first nine months of the year, compared to the same period the year before. The company also announced that it has surpassed the $1-billion mark for printed savings for the year. It is the first time in a calendar year that a billion dollars in printed coupon savings was surpassed on the site and its digital coupon network.Read More...
MediaPost comments on Coupons.com surpassing $1billion in savings in 2010.Read More...
For the first time ever in a year, digital coupon platform Coupons.com has surpassed a billion dollars in printed coupon savings. A milestone for the company and the entire digital coupons industry, this growth further validates the burgeoning coupon and digital deals space which has been brought into the spotlight recently through the proliferation of sites like Groupon and Livingsocial.Read More...
Although some have criticized the shopping-day concept as being completely contrived—after all, the term was coined by Shop.org, the industry’s trade group—Cyber Monday has evolved into quite the sales event. And that's what consumers are looking for this year.Read More...
When you’re used to 4-pound chickens, the prospect of a giant turkey is intimidating, to say the least. How do you know how much to buy? And what happens when dinner is tomorrow and you forgot that whole defrosting thing? Below, a cheat sheet of tips to arm yourself with.Read More...
Buying a membership to a wholesale shopping club certainly can pay off—but it doesn’t always. Toss giant boxes of this or jumbo-size canisters of that in your cart without giving a second thought to price tags, and you probably won’t save enough to cover the cost of your membership. If you want to save a bundle when you buy in bulk, you need to shop smart—and we have the experts who can tell you how. Read on to learn where the real savings are. Read More...
Today's app is called Grocery IQ. You can create grocery lists by snapping a photo of the barcode of your most frequently purchased items, or typing them in. Read More...
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Forget that second helping of pumpkin pie. With the economy still struggling American families are planning to scale back their Thanksgiving celebrations this year.Read More...
RAPAPORT... A number of jewelry brands were listing special savings for shoppers at coupons.com to promote their brand leading up to the Christmas season. Coupons.com was offering 197 printable coupons for the jewelry and watches category this afternoon including diamond jewelry discounts from Ashford, ice.com, diamond.com, bidz.com, Zales, Limoges Jewelry, Ultra Diamonds, Szul and others. Read More...
Wallet Pop highlights Grocery iQ as a way for grocery shoppers with iPhones to save on Thanksgiving dinner. Read More...
This week there are Halloween candy displays in stores everywhere, but even when bags of candy are on sale, they can be pricey. Read More...
While you don’t have to have a mobile phone to use Coupons.com new additional website called groceryiq.com, it can be a great way to be organized on your shopping trip. While you can create your shopping lists online, you can use either an Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, or an Google Android Mobile phone to use the apps developed by GroceryIQ.com.Read More...
iPhone Users are from Venus; Android Users, from MarsRead More...
ABC 15’s (Phoenix) Daphne Munro features Coupons.com in an online and broadcast segment on smart ways shoppers can save money on their grocery bill. Daphne mentions mobile apps but doesn’t call out Grocery iQ specifically.Read More...
FOX 17’s (Nashville) Stacy Case includes Coupons.com in a segment titled “Saving You Money”, where consumers contribute their own personal tips on ways to save money. Via Facebook, a viewer suggests using Coupons.com, where you can “download the coupons you want and save on the paper at the same time.”Read More...
Coupons.com’s Household Savings Expert, Jeanette Pavini, sits down with Fox’s Good Day Atlanta to talk about National Coupon Month and savvy ways to save.Watch Video...
In the last year, according to a new report from Coupons.com, digital coupons have grown 100% as free-standing inserts (i.e. coupons from newspapers) have increased only about 8%. Quite the difference, especially coupled with information that more than $1 billion in digital coupons have been downloaded or directly loaded to a store loyalty card in the same time period.Read More...
The economy may have come back from the brink, but demand for digital coupons appears to be picking up steam, according to new data released by Coupons.com.Read More...
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (Jul. 26) Digital coupons grew 100% in the 12-month period ended June 30, Coupons.com reported Monday.Read More...
Earlier this month Coupons.com announced it had passed a mobile milestone with over 1 million downloads of its iPhone and Android coupon apps. Now the decade-old e-coupon firm is about to release data showing significant growth in digital coupon use. Read More...
Ready-to-eat cereal was the most popular category for coupons accessed via mobile applications for the first half of 2010.Read More...
Recently it was reported that Free Standing Insert (FSI) coupon activity increased 10.1% during the first six months of 2010 versus the same time period a year ago, according to Marx. They rose 8.4% for the 12-month period ending June 30, 2010 compared to the year before.Read More...
Coupons.com is currently working to add mobile support for the Save to Card coupon gallery that it powers for ShopRite. Shoppers will be able to browse coupon offers and simply click the coupons they want to load to their Price Plus loyalty card.Read More...
ShopRite shoppers can now load coupons to their loyalty cards. It’s all part of a partnership between Wakefern Food Corp. and Coupons.com. After registering their ShopRite Price Plus Club card information at www.shoprite.com/coupons, shoppers can select the coupons they want and when their ShopRite Price Plus Club card is entered or swiped at checkout, coupons are automatically deducted from the total.Read More...
7News producer, Deb Stanley, recommends viewers to "As always, before you do your grocery shopping, look through Coupons.com and print the coupons you want."Read More...
DoughRoller recommends Coupons.com as best online source of coupons.Read More...
Drug Store News reports that Coupons.com's mobile applications for digital coupons have been downloaded more than 1 million times, including more than 300,000 downloads in the last 45 days.Read More...
Thanks to smartphones, e-mail and sometimes-scary economic news, denizens of the digital world are now the ones clipping coupons -- even when there's not an actual piece of paper involved.Read More...
Coupons.com released findings from a recent survey about how consumers are using coupons. While the person in line behind you may still judge you as being cheap and holding up the line, research shows some interesting findings about the people who use coupons.Read More...
Donje Putnam test drives shopping/savings apps and highlights Coupons.com and Grocery iQ moblie apps. Read More...
Imagine this conversation at a back-porch barbecue: "Dude, skip the beer, have a margarita! I got a buck off three cans of Bacardi mix with a coupon online. … With salt? … Totally!" A new study by Harris Interactive with Coupons.com shows that conversations such as this are pretty close to reality. That puts a new face on today's coupon clipper as someone who increasingly is affluent and educated, lives in a metro area and, quite possibly, is male.Read More...
According to a new survey conducted by Harris Interactive, commissioned by Coupons.com, "well-heeled, educated and urban shoppers are taking advantage of coupons and searching for them online..." Steven Boal, CEO of Coupons.com, says "... digital savings tools, coupled with a challenging economy, has taken couponing mainstream... including... the ‘sophisticated couponer'... illustrating the proliferation of the culture of couponing."Read More...
We've all been there. You're in line at the store and someone in front of you pulls out a wad of coupons that takes forever to process. Well, that coupon wielding shopper probably counting her savings in her expensive car as she drives off to her mansion. Read more: http://technorati.com/business/finance/article/survey-affluent-smart-about-coupon-use/#ixzz1DyR8kfZkRead More...
WRAL reports on finding coupons for organic products and recommends Coupons.com.Read More...
Coupons.com has expanded its digital coupon network to more than 38,000 retail outlets, the company said Wednesday. The announcement comes on the heels of the company’s introduction of its digital clearing services for retailers and manufacturers for digitally-redeemed coupons, including verification, redemption, payment and settlement.Read More...
CNN highlights Apps to help you in the kitchen, including Grocery iQ. Read More...
Agency Razorfish identifies access to deals as the top reason consumers friends brands on Facebook or Twitter. But the viral potential of social networks has always been a two-edged sword for marketers looking to build awareness or sales with online coupon offers. If a coupon doesn’t circulate, it doesn’t work; but if it rolls out far beyond expectations, it can throw promotional costs out of balance, trashing redemption budgets and eating into return on investment. Printable and digital couponing platform Coupons.com has just introduced a feature that will allow marketers to enable coupon sharing within social networks while still controlling the total cost of those promotions. Read More...
Twirlit taps Coupons.com Household Savings Expert, Jeannette Pavini for tips on spring cleaning your kitchen, and how to save some dough along the way.Read More...
Coupons.com has launched a platform enabling client marketers to share coupons via social media but maintain controls over the number of offers. Litehouse Foods, a marketer of salad dressings, dips and sauces, began using the service on April 22 as part of its digital coupon campaign. The service enables consumers to share coupons via Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz and other social networks. Read More...
Such stories of dependency are growing as apps — shorthand for the ubiquitous software applications that live on iPhones, iPod Touches and an array of mobile devices running Google's Android operating system — continue their inexorable march from cellphone novelties to virtual personal assistants.Read More...
USA TODAY's Marco R. della Cava taps Matt Sawyers of TheiPhoneAppBlog.com to list five largely iPhone-centric apps that really rocked his world. Grocery iQ is named one of five “Best of Class” apps. Read More...
Good Morning America's Technology Contributor, Becky Worley, points to some Web sites that feature ongoing sales. Read More...
Redemption values for digital coupons outperformed newspaper coupons by more than 10 to 1, new statistics from Coupons.com reports. Read More...
Advertising Age includes Grocery iQ as one of six products that give retailers a reson to be excited about the platform.Read More...
Digitally delivered coupons are growing fast while printed newspaper inserts are increasingly threatened, according to separate surveys by Coupons.com and the Newspaper Association of America. The findings of the two surveys suggest that newspaper coupon inserts could be in danger of experiencing the same long-term decline that has afflicted print classifieds. Things are looking up for digital coupons, according to Coupons.com, which said its digital coupon business grew 170% in 2009 compared to 2008, in terms of the volume of savings. Read More...
It is no secret that the readership of newspapers may be switching to a primarily online readership. Now, news that coupon clipping is also moving online. According to the latest research from Coupons.com for the first time digital coupon growth outpaced newspaper coupon growth by a margin of 10 to 1.Read More...
Advertising Age reports ComScore data that shows almost 40 million people visted coupon sites in November, up more than 40% in the past two years. Individual sites such as Coupons.com (a high of 15 million monthly visitors in 2009), Eversave.com (7 million) and CoolSavings.com (5 million) have built substantial traffic. Read More...
It is no secret that the readership of newspapers may be switching to a primarily online readership. Now, news that coupon clipping is also moving online. According to the latest research from Coupons.com for the first time digital coupon growth outpaced newspaper coupon growth by a margin of 10 to 1. The savings from printed coupons reached more than $850 million for 2009, a 170% increase Year over Year. From 2007 to 2008 coupon savings grew by more than 130%.Read More...
During 2009, the growth rate of digital coupons outpaced the typical annual growth rate of free standing insert (FSI) coupons by a factor of more than 10-1, according to Coupons.com.Read More...
al.com reports that there are "a ton" of coupons to save on toys and games on Coupons.com.Read More...
Household savings expert Jeanette Pavini explains a coupon ap, Grocery iQ, for the iPhone. Read More...
SuperFresh has a partnership with Coupons.com and offers online digital coupons which link savings directly to club cards.Read More...
A&P’s Family of Supermarkets is proud to offer a comprehensive portfolio of savings including our partnership with Coupons.com. Read More...
Nashville comes in at sixth and Atlanta in first on the list of the nation's coupon-clippingest U.S. cities, according to site Coupons.com. The average Coupons.com user in Atlanta saved around $531 dollars using coupons from the site in 2009. Tampa, Fla., follows Atlanta in the number two position. Charlotte, N.C. is No. 7; Raleigh, N.C., is No. 11; Oklahoma City (if you consider it southern) No. 13; Miami is No. 14; and Dallas is No. 18.Read More...
We may get the most bang for our buck in Greensboro and High Point. But how about being among the most frugal? In a recent survey, Coupons Inc., which runs the Coupons.com Web site, ranked the top 20 most frugal cities in 2009 based on coupon use at its site. Read More...
Eh, that should say frugal. Nashville ranks sixth on the 2009 Savings Index compiled by Coupons.com. The Georgia state capital tops the list of Most Frugal U.S. Cities, according to the 2009 Savings Index released today by Coupons.com, the premiere Web destination for coupons and savings. The average Coupons.com user in Atlanta saved over $531 dollars using coupons from the site in 2009. Tampa, Florida follows in the number two position.Read More...