SmartSource February 28 Insert, and RedPlum Results
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SmartSource February 28 Insert, and RedPlum Results

Posted on Saturday, February 27th, 2010 at 7:32 am
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There’s just one insert this weekend, from SmartSource.  You can check out our preview here. The Sunday insert coupons continue to be a great source of savings for all, and our preview is always popular.

Redplum has announced a list of the top ten coupon cities, based on downloads of their coupons.  New York tops the list, followed by Chicago, Illinois and Atlanta.  New York is not a city known for frugality, so this is not surprising.  This is proof that even in an expensive area, people are looking for as many deals as they can find.  Salt Lake City comes in at #10, and reports that the average value of coupons downloaded is $3.

Redplum took a lot of criticism last year for removing their inserts from some papers, and accentuating print coupons.  I am not sure how this list of cities matches up to where they have been removed from the papers, but it says that there’s a lot of activity going on when it comes to finding the best way to pay the lowest price.

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