My syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column for the week is entitled “Electronic coupon issues and tips“
Here’s an excerpt:
“Electronic coupons are different from paper coupons in multiple ways. There’s no physical clipping — simply tap an app or load via a website. Redemption typically involves entering your phone number or scanning a loyalty barcode at the register. Where electronic and paper coupons differ though is concerning their availability. A paper coupon, once printed and distributed, is valid through its expiration date. An electronic coupon typically has a finite number of “loads.” Once the maximum number of loads available for the campaign has been reached by the public, the electronic coupon can be withdrawn.”
Read this entire column at the the Northwest Indiana Times.
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