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The Ethics of Buying Coupons and Inserts

April 26, 2016

“Dear Jill, I have followed you for years, but you and I disagree on whether it’s right or wrong to buy coupons online. It is cheaper to buy a bunch of coupon inserts than it is to buy a ... (more)


Readers Share Ideas for Saving on Television

April 19, 2016

Last week, I explored some ideas for saving money on your cable or satellite television bill. Using a television antenna to receive the free, over-the-air broadcast signals is the best tip – our... (more)


Cutting the Cord

April 12, 2016

“Dear Jill, I would be interested to hear your thoughts on cable or satellite television. I feel like our cable service is not worth what we are paying for it, but I don’t know what other... (more)


Data Mining and Shopping

April 5, 2016

If you shop online, use a store’s loyalty program, print a coupon or even pay with a credit card, your personal data is being mined. It’s not necessary to be alarmed, though – market... (more)


The Metrics of Coupons

March 29, 2016

“Dear Jill, Here’s a question I’ve never seen asked in your column: Why do coupons for mouthwash list the bottle’s size in metric, but stores’ ads list them in ounces? T... (more)

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