Do stores actually get any money out of shoppers using a bunch of coupons?

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Because I see this show were people use coupons to pay for like…. everything, and they hardly spend any money.
But the real question is, do stores actually get money some way off coupons?

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Answer by Stuart H
They get money from the issuer of the coupons.

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2 thoughts on “Do stores actually get any money out of shoppers using a bunch of coupons?

  1. Spoko

    Supermarkets aim is to get shoppers into there store: for the majority if people you go into the store for one item an come out with 10. Coupons are there to get you into the store, sometimes coupons don’t actually give you any difference to the normall price. For an exsample orangers go up in price by 30pence mean while you get a coupon saying 30 pence off orangers. This makes you file like your getting a good deal ” in saving 30 pence here” but really your not saving any money, it just seems like a lot.

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  2. Chris Foxx

    i think its usually on overstock type items or something is worked out through the store and where they get the items from. lets say its a sale on cheerios, so the store is getting it from a general mills warehouse. general mills might be putting out a coupon through the store for promotion/marketing reasons to drive sales, and for the stores cooperation, they get some kind of benefit. at least thats my guess. pretty sure something like that.

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