Walmart is big. It’s the biggest employer and retailer in the world, bringing in a $285 billion in annual sales. So, why would a multi-national corporation allegedly nickel and dime its customers?
The food and gas retailer Giant Eagle will no longer offer its foodperks program to customers after Feb. 13.
We all know we can save money with coupons, but most of us just can’t find the time to clip and use them. Now, some new, free apps let you skip the clipping and instead bring the coupons, specials and even recipes right to your phone.
Shopping with coupons has become almost a competitive sport, with cable television shows featuring people who get piles of groceries for little or no cash. Coupons are…
Insurance companies are charging higher and higher co-pays for prescription medications Some co-pays now top $90 a month, which makes coupons from drug manufacturers enticing. However, Consumer Reports has some cautions.
Coupon clipping has gone big-time for a Monongahela couple and that was before they reached the final round of a TLC reality show which airs tonight.
A few years ago, Nathan Engels realized he’d racked up 80,000 in student loan and credit card bills. He wanted to get out of debt, so he started clipping coupons to save money.
Extreme couponers, beware. Some popular stores are saying enough is enough. They’re cracking down on the couponing craze and changing their policies.
Grocery bills are soaring with prices for staples like bread, eggs and coffee up more than 30 percent in the last five years, and that’s why it’s more important than ever to sniff out savings. Consumer Reports ShopSmart has lots of new and easier ways to save.