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Extreme couponing is back. But it's on TikTok this time.
Clipping coupons may be largely digital now, but the deals are still out there. Kayla Burk is teaching a younger generation how to use them.
Do coupons have a place in the digital economy?
Food inflation should make consumers eager for discounts. But the couponing tradition isn't keeping up with changing times.
Those coupons people use for expensive meds are starting to count for less
Insurers are pushing back on manufacture coupons for expensive drugs in the hopes that it will pressure drug companies to lower prices.
Ever wonder how coupons work?
2.4 billion paper coupons were redeemed last year alone.
Why pharmaceutical coupons might push costs up overall
New apps help consumers find the best deals on prescription drugs, but at a cost.
The recession changed how we shop
Retailers must deal with frugal customers who grab deals and dash.
The Transaction: A Big Mac
Marketplace listener Allen Marin on how a Big Mac coupon led him to the Super Bowl.
Can Groupon revive the daily deal and itself?
As the company reports fourth quarter earnings, its new business model will be in the spotlight.
Hate junk mail? You might have to get used to more
Deal between postal service and direct mail provider could mean more ad circulars in your mailbox.