I really just have a general question to any users of longer than three years.
Does anyone else feel there are less useful product coupons offered in the locations you typically shop, than a year ago?
With an excessive amount of alcoholic beverages, energy drinks and random pet stuff. (?)
Sometimes I shop Publix, a grocery chain in the Southeast. They have dispensers throughout the store with coupons for all sorts of products. Most have barcodes on the back, so I sometimes use them at Walmart.
I know many buy four and five newspapers every Sunday, but here we have a free "YES newspaper" that contains most of the Sunday coupons.
Yes, I’ve noticed, I believe it’s due to pandemic,.Alcohol sales increased 400% I believe,toilet paper,paper towels were rationed, less rebates on quality products. I think it’s getting better. Dairy products, protein bars& health&beauty& plant based products are popular now
Please forgive me for chiming in as a new member but I am here bc that is what was happening on the app I was using. Plus offers would fill up within like an hour of posting.
I have to say the variety and amount of offers and stores is amazing to me in comparison. Especially that there are a lot of staple things like tp and dish soap. Also many things I buy normally.
I can't speak I to what it used to be like but I just wanted to share that what you describe is happening on other sites. I'd also guess that with so many of us losing our jobs (like I did) there is a higher demand as we try to scrape by.