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  • WSU students get coupons for breast augmentation

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The deals on page 67 of the Student Survival Guide coupon book distributed at Washington State University this fall include 50-cents-per-hole golfing at the Airway Hills par-3 …


  • BBB: Don’t let dust gather on bargain coupons

    On Friday a young, single mom called our BBB office about a coupon she purchased. It offered her $200 worth of day care services, but she only paid $100 for …


  • Coupon users trade the scissors for a mouse

    There may soon come a time when clipping coupons out of the Sunday circular is a distant memory. Although few would argue with shaving a bit off the price of …


  • Groupon remorse? Sites let users unload deals

    Wish you hadn’t bought that daily deal for a hot air balloon ride? You’re not alone. A growing number of shoppers with buyer’s remorse are tapping an emerging resale market …


  • Her passion for coupons lands her a TV spot

    If using coupons is an extreme sport, Tammilee Tillison just made the all-star team. Tillison – a Medical Lake woman who became a coupon demon after losing her job – …


  • Medicaid clients to get service cards

    About 183,000 people on Medicaid in Spokane and northeastern Washington will receive service cards replacing monthly paper coupons beginning this week.


  • Bargain buffs

    These aren’t your mother’s coupons. Don’t waste time cutting out a mountain of coupons that will never get used. Spend less time clipping and a little more clicking to find …


  • Consumers grow more comfy with coupons

    More people are using coupons these days. No surprise there. And people are less self-conscious or embarrassed about pulling out a wad of coupons when they’re in line at the …

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