Economy

After 125 Years, Paper Coupons Thrive Digitallyi
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Faiza Elmasry
June 01, 2012 2:14 PM
With the U.S. economy struggling and the prices of everyday necessities rising, a growing number of people are seeking ways to save on household expenses. One of those ways is collecting and redeeming coupons when they shop for goods and services. As coupons turn 125 years this year, Faiza Elmasry has more on the current and future trends in couponing.

After 125 Years, Paper Coupons Thrive Digitally

Faiza Elmasry

Published June 01, 2012

With the U.S. economy struggling and the prices of everyday necessities rising, a growing number of people are seeking ways to save on household expenses. One of those ways is collecting and redeeming coupons when they shop for goods and services. As coupons turn 125 years this year, Faiza Elmasry has more on the current and future trends in couponing.


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