Get Sunday ads, coupons online from Shop Smart, Red Plum, Smart Source – NewsNet5.com

DENVER – Want to get the Sunday newspaper ads and coupons without paying for the newspaper?

newsnet5.com can help!

Our new Shop Smart page has many of the same ads you get in the Sunday newspaper each week and maybe some you don’t get, including King Soopers, Target, JCPenney, Dollar General, Big 5, Advance Auto Parts, RadioShack and Petsmart.

Click on the Target ad and there’s a nice rundown on the left side of the screen that let’s you navigate right to the items you want to see — electronics, grocery, health and beauty, baby, etc… Or click on the arrow and go page by page.

Now how do you get the coupons from the Sunday paper?

You’ll want to go to two websites, RedPlum.com and SmartSource.com. If you look at your Sunday newspaper coupons, you’ll see logos for these two companies on your ads. But you don’t have to get the Sunday paper to get these coupons, just go to the Red Plum and Smart Source websites.

On RedPlum.com, you can choose from 46 printable and 11 downloadable coupons this week.

On SmartSource.com, there are five pages of coupons you can print this week — that’s more than you get in the Sunday paper.

I like one other website for coupons and that’s simply Coupons.com. They have hundreds of good coupons.

 

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30% of Those Who Save Pep Boys Coupons to Passbook Use Them – Adweek





With Apple’s launch of Apple Pay this week—technology that will let consumers swipe their phones to make purchases at chains like Starbucks and Walgreens—Ron Stoupa, chief marketing officer of Pep Boys, sees a bigger opportunity for his brand to boost coupon redemptions in Apple’s Passbook mobile wallet.

Passbook got off to a rocky start with brands, but the growth in mobile wallet offerings from Google and PayPal in the past few years makes Stoupa confident that Apple has the learnings needed to pull off mobile payments. “It looks like they took some learnings from Google Wallet [with Apple Pay,]” he said. “They have an extremely more loyal user base than anyone out there, so it will be interesting. I think it will get impressive trial more than Google Wallet did.”

Stoupa’s excitement about Apple Pay is based on the results that his company has seen since starting a coupon program in May (with help from mobile marketing company Vibes) to mobilize its database of 36 million loyalty members across 805 locations.

The offers are sent out via the brand’s text messaging program. Pep Boys also pushes the offers through mobile calls-to-action on direct mail and email that is sent to a segment of users. The coupons can be saved to Passbook or the Google Wallet app, but Pep Boys has seen “significantly” more offers saved to Passbook.

“People are viewing offers on Passbook and 26 percent of them that viewed that offer added it to their mobile wallet,” Stoupa said. Thirty percent of the consumers who add the coupons to Passbook are then redeeming them.

Pep Boys’ Passbook offers also have a .8 percent removal rate, which tracks the number of consumers who add a coupon to the mobile wallet but then delete it. Per Vibes, the average removal rate for retailers is 3 percent, indicating that consumers who have downloaded a Pep Boys coupon hold on to the content long after the offer has been used.

To increase coupon redemptions, Pep Boys relaunched a mobile site at the end of August. The site houses all of Pep Boys’ offers, which has generated 50,000 page views so far. Ninety percent of people who go to Pep Boys’ site click to download a coupon.

Mobile makes up a little less than 50 percent of Pep Boys’ traffic but the company expects to get half of its online traffic via smartphones and tablets by the end of the year. “You’ll  start seeing us helping people manage their cars through mobile accounts [as well as] different things you’ll see coming in the future,” Stoupa explained.

Mobile Clout
Mobile commerce was a big point in Apple’s event this week with the launch of Apple Pay (a payment triggered by near-field communications—or NFC) and a new smartwatch.

The smartwatch in particular has generated a lot of buzz with marketers because it will integrate payments triggered by swiping a finger across the screen.

At the same time, retailers looking to roll out mobile wallets will still need to pour significant investments into equipping their checkout counters with the technology needed to accept payments.

That said, Apple certainly has the scale that retailers are looking for in mobile.

“The big windfall is that Apple has the clout to move markets,” said Jack Philbin, co-founder and CEO of Vibes. “Nobody has cracked the code on mobile payments, and Tim Cook on stage [this week] in front of the world waving his phone, talking about Passbook and unveiling Apple Pay—that’s a momentous moment for mobile and for payments. It’s sort of the stimulus that the mobile wallet ecosystem has been waiting for.”

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Debbie’s Deals: Get Sunday ads, coupons online from Shop Smart, Red Plum … – KERO-TV 23

DENVER – Want to get the Sunday newspaper ads and coupons without paying for the newspaper?

TurnTo23.com can help!

Our new Shop Smart page has many of the same ads you get in the Sunday newspaper each week and maybe some you don’t get, including King Soopers, Target, JCPenney, Dollar General, Big 5, Advance Auto Parts, RadioShack and Petsmart.

Click on the Target ad and there’s a nice rundown on the left side of the screen that let’s you navigate right to the items you want to see — electronics, grocery, health and beauty, baby, etc… Or click on the arrow and go page by page.

Now how do you get the coupons from the Sunday Paper?

You’ll want to go to two websites, RedPlum.com and SmartSource.com. If you look at your Sunday newspaper coupons, you’ll see logos for these two companies on your ads. But you don’t have to get the Sunday paper to get these coupons, just go to the Red Plum and Smart Source websites.

On RedPlum.com, you can choose from 46 printable and 11 downloadable coupons this week.

On SmartSource.com, there are five pages of coupons you can print this week — that’s more than you get in the Sunday paper.

I like one other website for coupons and that’s simply Coupons.com. They have hundreds of good coupons.

 

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Coupons are a treasure in hand, area shoppers show rest of nation – Buffalo News


Western New Yorkers can’t get enough coupons.

Consumers here are more likely to use coupons than shoppers almost anywhere else in the country, research shows.

When top couponing website RetailMeNot.com pulled data earlier this month to see who clicked on its coupons most, the Buffalo Niagara region ranked 10th on the list per capita.

Other regions at the top of the list included the New York, Boston and Philadelphia metropolitan areas.

But that’s just the latest evidence of our frugal ways.

A Nielsen Scarborough report released in March showed Buffalonians are 61 percent more likely than the national average to use coupons for groceries more than once a week.

“Buffalo indeed ranks very high with frequent coupon users,” said Jon Miller, a spokesman for Nielsen Scarborough.

When it comes to using coupons for services or nongrocery products, Buffalo has the second-highest rate of activity in the country, being 68 percent more likely than the national average to do so.

It is second only to Milwaukee, which exceeds the national average by 79 percent.

“Buffalo is like the coupon mecca of the world,” said Arun Jain, a marketing research professor at the University at Buffalo School of Management who has studied couponing extensively. “In Buffalo, consumers have been taught that no coupon means you’re not getting the right price.”

Helping boost the region’s coupon use are several factors.

The city has a high Sunday newspaper readership, which experts say correlates with strong coupon redemption, since Sunday newspapers come filled with coupon inserts. Buffalo Niagara has the second-highest Sunday paper penetration rate in the country, reaching 58.9 percent of households here, according to Nielsen Scarborough.

Western New York has a diverse ethnic population as well as a high concentration of seniors, single-parent households and lower-income workers, each of which is statistically more likely to use coupons, according to Jain.

Those demographics also make Buffalo a popular test market for new products, the launches of which are usually accompanied by a flurry of coupons intended to entice consumers into trying them.

“Often if it succeeds in this market, it will succeed elsewhere. You wouldn’t test products in San Francisco or New York City, those places are too cosmopolitan,” Jain said. “If you want something to go mainstream, you want to try it in Buffalo.”

Another indicating factor tied to heavy coupon usage is the price of gasoline, which has risen across the board. Buffalo Niagara’s gasoline prices are among the highest in the country.

The Queen City’s frugal habits make it the number one market in the country to use grocery coupons more than once a week at 61 percent – more than Milwaukee, which is 52 percent more likely than the national average, and Tucson, Ariz., which is 49 percent more likely to use them that often.

Consumer habits nationwide have changed since the economic downturn of 2008. Pinched shoppers turned to couponing to maximize their budgets, and the trend has continued.

Since 2010, online coupon use has more than doubled among females and nearly tripled among consumers age 50 and older, according to a survey by Omnibus.

“I think it’s exciting to see that we are such a frugal nation, and it’s impressive that Buffalo is at the top of that,” said Christy Rabil, a spokeswoman for RetailMeNot.com.

The most popular coupon offers Buffalonians grabbed on the coupon site were for $5 off a $50 purchase plus free shipping at Target, 20 percent off a single item at Bed Bath and Beyond, and free shipping for orders of $35 or more at Amazon.com.

Another offer in the top 10 here was for discounted tickets to Darien Lake Amusement Park.

Though changing consumer habits have led retailers to advertise larger percentage discounts since the beginning of the Great Recession, especially on clothing, the Omnibus survey showed consumers are just as likely to use coupons offering smaller savings.

Roughly 43 percent of coupon users consider discounts up to 25 percent worth taking advantage of. They’re also most interested in coupons that offer a specific dollar-off discount and least interested in coupons for free shipping.

The Omnibus report accounted for all online coupon usage, not just that at RetailMeNot, which commissioned the survey.

email: schristmann@buffnews.com

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Debbie’s Deals: Get Sunday ads, coupons online from Shop Smart, Red Plum … – KERO-TV 23

DENVER – Want to get the Sunday newspaper ads and coupons without paying for the newspaper?

TurnTo23.com can help!

Our new Shop Smart page has many of the same ads you get in the Sunday newspaper each week and maybe some you don’t get, including King Soopers, Target, JCPenney, Dollar General, Big 5, Advance Auto Parts, RadioShack and Petsmart.

Click on the Target ad and there’s a nice rundown on the left side of the screen that let’s you navigate right to the items you want to see — electronics, grocery, health and beauty, baby, etc… Or click on the arrow and go page by page.

Now how do you get the coupons from the Sunday Paper?

You’ll want to go to two websites, RedPlum.com and SmartSource.com. If you look at your Sunday newspaper coupons, you’ll see logos for these two companies on your ads. But you don’t have to get the Sunday paper to get these coupons, just go to the Red Plum and Smart Source websites.

On RedPlum.com, you can choose from 46 printable and 11 downloadable coupons this week.

On SmartSource.com, there are five pages of coupons you can print this week — that’s more than you get in the Sunday paper.

I like one other website for coupons and that’s simply Coupons.com. They have hundreds of good coupons.

 

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Debbie’s Deals: Get Sunday ads, coupons online from Shop Smart, Red Plum … – KERO-TV 23

DENVER – Want to get the Sunday newspaper ads and coupons without paying for the newspaper?

TurnTo23.com can help!

Our new Shop Smart page has many of the same ads you get in the Sunday newspaper each week and maybe some you don’t get, including King Soopers, Target, JCPenney, Dollar General, Big 5, Advance Auto Parts, RadioShack and Petsmart.

Click on the Target ad and there’s a nice rundown on the left side of the screen that let’s you navigate right to the items you want to see — electronics, grocery, health and beauty, baby, etc… Or click on the arrow and go page by page.

Now how do you get the coupons from the Sunday Paper?

You’ll want to go to two websites, RedPlum.com and SmartSource.com. If you look at your Sunday newspaper coupons, you’ll see logos for these two companies on your ads. But you don’t have to get the Sunday paper to get these coupons, just go to the Red Plum and Smart Source websites.

On RedPlum.com, you can choose from 46 printable and 11 downloadable coupons this week.

On SmartSource.com, there are five pages of coupons you can print this week — that’s more than you get in the Sunday paper.

I like one other website for coupons and that’s simply Coupons.com. They have hundreds of good coupons.

 

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Debbie’s Deals: Get Sunday ads, coupons online from Shop Smart, Red Plum … – KERO-TV 23

DENVER – Want to get the Sunday newspaper ads and coupons without paying for the newspaper?

TurnTo23.com can help!

Our new Shop Smart page has many of the same ads you get in the Sunday newspaper each week and maybe some you don’t get, including King Soopers, Target, JCPenney, Dollar General, Big 5, Advance Auto Parts, RadioShack and Petsmart.

Click on the Target ad and there’s a nice rundown on the left side of the screen that let’s you navigate right to the items you want to see — electronics, grocery, health and beauty, baby, etc… Or click on the arrow and go page by page.

Now how do you get the coupons from the Sunday Paper?

You’ll want to go to two websites, RedPlum.com and SmartSource.com. If you look at your Sunday newspaper coupons, you’ll see logos for these two companies on your ads. But you don’t have to get the Sunday paper to get these coupons, just go to the Red Plum and Smart Source websites.

On RedPlum.com, you can choose from 46 printable and 11 downloadable coupons this week.

On SmartSource.com, there are five pages of coupons you can print this week — that’s more than you get in the Sunday paper.

I like one other website for coupons and that’s simply Coupons.com. They have hundreds of good coupons.

 

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Debbie’s Deals: Get Sunday ads, coupons online from Shop Smart, Red Plum … – KERO-TV 23

DENVER – Want to get the Sunday newspaper ads and coupons without paying for the newspaper?

TurnTo23.com can help!

Our new Shop Smart page has many of the same ads you get in the Sunday newspaper each week and maybe some you don’t get, including King Soopers, Target, JCPenney, Dollar General, Big 5, Advance Auto Parts, RadioShack and Petsmart.

Click on the Target ad and there’s a nice rundown on the left side of the screen that let’s you navigate right to the items you want to see — electronics, grocery, health and beauty, baby, etc… Or click on the arrow and go page by page.

Now how do you get the coupons from the Sunday Paper?

You’ll want to go to two websites, RedPlum.com and SmartSource.com. If you look at your Sunday newspaper coupons, you’ll see logos for these two companies on your ads. But you don’t have to get the Sunday paper to get these coupons, just go to the Red Plum and Smart Source websites.

On RedPlum.com, you can choose from 46 printable and 11 downloadable coupons this week.

On SmartSource.com, there are five pages of coupons you can print this week — that’s more than you get in the Sunday paper.

I like one other website for coupons and that’s simply Coupons.com. They have hundreds of good coupons.

 

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Get Free Coupons by Emailing The Companies on This List – Lifehacker

Get Free Coupons by Emailing The Companies on This List

Coupons can help you save a whole lot of money on groceries, and the more you can get, the better. This master list of companies will send you coupons for your groceries, and all you need to do is ask.

Kristen Daan at weblog Couponers United compiled a list of companies she’s emailed and received coupons from at no charge. All you need to do is send an email to company addresses on the list and you should receive some coupons for their products either by email or snail mail. Sometimes the coupons are even for free products so you can try them. Just don’t forget to include your mailing address in the email. The list includes companies like Burt’s Bees, Folgers, Dannon, Lipton, Neutrogena, Wonderful Pistachios, and tons others, so be sure to check out the complete list at the link below.

List of Companies to Email for Coupons | Couponers Unite

Photo by Carol Pyles.

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Cheapism: Best mobile coupon apps let you put down the scissors – Today.com


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Sep. 10, 2014 at 12:26 PM ET






Remember when you cut coupons from the Sunday newspaper in order to cut your grocery bill? That chore is a relic of the past now that technology has revolutionized the coupon-clipping game. The current generation of mobile apps and grocery websites not only saves you money, but also helps you earn cash back and put real money into your pockets.

Video: Nina Willdorf from All You reveals how you can save some money the next time you shop by visiting websites and using apps that provide money-saving coupons.

Following is a list of free, must-have mobile coupon apps that Cheapism.com recommends you download ASAP, in order to jumpstart your savings:

Ibottaand Checkout 51

Both of these free mobile coupon apps turn Android devices, iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads into tools for collecting cash-back opportunities. Users upload grocery receipts after buying select items (offers change weekly) and receive cash in return. When the total reaches a certain threshold, Ibotta transfers it into a PayPal or Venmo account. If you don’t have an online payment account, Ibotta also lets you cash out in the form of an iTunes, Starbucks, Redbox, or Regal gift card. Similarly, Checkout 51 lists several offers that users can choose among, and once users reach $20 on their account, Checkout 51 mails a check.

Grocery Smarts Coupon Shopper

This free mobile coupon app for Android phones eliminates the legwork associated with getting the best deal. It matches products advertised in major circulars from big-name retailers, such as CVS, Walgreens and Target, with current coupons, complete with links to printable coupons or information about when to browse the local newspaper. At the register, add your store discount card into the mix for maximum savings.

Retail Me Not

Another free mobile coupon app for Android, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Retail Me Not lets you save when and where you want, just as its motto says. As you make your way through your favorite stores at the mall, Retail Me Not alerts you to location-based deals. Plus, you’ll have access to an extensive assortment of coupons and promo codes for almost anything, from clothing and electronics to food and entertainment.

The Coupons App

The Coupons App earns enthusiastic praise from users and technology sites for delivering real-time coupons and updates for stores, restaurants and gas stations. Free to users of Android, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices, it boasts a built-in barcode reader that lets you scan a barcode and search for deals on that particular product. Another standout feature, coupon updates, makes it easy to find deals nearby. The Coupons App scores four stars at Amazon for the wide variety of deals and the ability to cash them in, hassle-free, at different retailers. At App Brain it earns more than four stars for helping users save lots of money at once, and To Muse likes that you can search deals by title or bar code. Babble included this mobile coupons app in its list of 50 Best Apps for Parents in 2012.

SnipSnap

This is the first app that lets you take a picture of a printed coupon and flash it in the store on an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad (sorry, no Android compatibility at the moment). Don’t have any coupons that suit your fancy? Search this free mobile coupon app’s database, which holds tens of thousands of coupons issued by major retailers such as Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond. Plus, SnipSnap reminds you when an expiration date is approaching. According to Ted Mann, SnipSnap’s CEO and founder, this mobile coupon app helps users save, on average, $40 a week. The app has been praised in media outlets, such as “The Today Show” and Tech Crunch. Customers also give SnipSnap rave reviews — version 2.1 receives four-and-a-half stars on iTunes.

Supermarket Coupons

Essentially, the Supermarket Coupons app is a large, searchable coupon database and operates just like a search engine. Unlike other coupon apps that bring you deals from specific companies, Supermarket Coupons lets you search for coupons for specific items, such as diapers, chips or detergent. The app then yields coupons from various retailers who are currently discounting the products. Supermarket Coupons is a practical app that gets straight to the point and helps you snag discounts on exactly what you need.

My Grocery Deals

The old paper-and-pen grocery list is so 1995. Get with the 21st century by registering with My Grocery Deals and create a list while simultaneously finding and comparing deals at various big-name grocery stores. This grocery website also lets you browse deals and coupons available at your store of choice and/or relevant to your ZIP code.

SmartSource (formerly Shortcuts)

Think of SmartSource as your own Santa’s little helper. Use this grocery website to find out what’s on sale at a location near you. The best part about the site: It lets you put electronic coupons directly onto your store savings card. When you swipe your card at checkout, the coupons will automatically be credited to your bill. You can shop at any of the partnering stores — more than 1,200 — and earn up to 26 percent cash back on each purchase; a check is mailed to you every three months. The site also offers printable and mobile coupons in addition to coupon codes.

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