ow that holiday shopping has mostly wrapped up, many stores are offering big discounts. But is everything as big as a deal as it appears? Savings expert Jeanette Pavini joins TODAY’s Craig Melvin with tips on deals consumers should take advantage of.
Just $40 to make dinner for 10? It’s possible with these tips. Spend less on your holiday meal with these tips from financial expert and coupon master Jeanette Pavini.
Black Friday gets a lot of hype as offering crazy-good deals, and that positive vibe isn’t all unfounded. Many retailers honestly do use this day to give you their best deals of the entire year. The obvious catch? You have to know about those deals to take advantage of them. And that’s where Coupons.com can be […]
When Quotient Technology Inc., then Coupons.com, opened its Cincinnati office in 2012, the office was far from the tech hub of Silicon Valley. But Chad Summe, vice president of the Central Division for Quotient, said the Cincinnati region’s consumer packaged goods companies and retailers made it a good opportunity to provide its digital promotion and […]
Especially in markets like the US, wallets don’t simply contain cash or credit cards. More often than not, they’re also overflowing with coupons, those little pieces of paper or cardboard that entice you to buy more for less. Any mobile payment system, therefore, will have to support digitizing and using those as well if they […]
Yes, couponing sounds like a pain, but you like having more money, right?
There are a lot of great things to spend your money on this summer, but overpriced all-day passes to anything doesn’t make the list. Take advantage of the warm weather food and fun with these tricks, tips, and deals to save you major cash.
You did it — you graduated from school. You are officially a bonafide member of society, and now, you are ready to show the world your worth… you just need to find a job, first. Figuring out how to find a job after graduation can be a struggle for even the best prepared, and not everyone lands one immediately. That’s not a reflection on you or your abilities, of course — the job market is stiff, y’all — but it can make you feel stressed, especially when it comes to managing your finances. Saving money after graduation if you don’t have a job just yet may seem daunting, but it’s not impossible.
Think you’re cheap? As it turns out, certain metropolitan areas are particularly thrifty when it comes to shopping, according to a new report from Coupons.com. The site used couponing as a proxy for frugality.
The City Beautiful topped Coupons.com’s list of “Most Frugal Cities,” saving more than $17 million last year by using digital coupons from the website.
Ever wonder how frugal your state is? Coupons.com found out which states were the savviest spenders in 2015. These states saved the most by using coupons.
Residents here clipped 20.5 million digital coupons on the site last year and saved an estimated $29 million on consumer packaged goods, including grocery and household items.
Just this week I had to part ways with a bunch of ramps I misplaced and forgot about. Ramps! Like I can just waste money like that.
So we asked Jeanette Pavini, Coupons.com savings expert, for some advice on avoiding food waste. She suggests labeling your pantry foods with the expiration date using a black permanent marker as soon as you bring it home from the grocery store. Also, instead of storing leftovers in the refrigerator, freeze them immediately.
Jeanette Pavini, savings expert at Coupons.com, is a two-time Emmy Award winning investigative journalist and consumer reporter for CBS in San Francisco who is drawing on that experience to help people save money by implementing practical changes in spending.
April is a good time to buy certain items, but there are others, you should wait to pick up. Jeanette Pavini, from coupons.com joins TODAY and she’s going to let you know what to buy now or what we should wait to get later.
In 1998, Steven Boal started a company to bring those Sunday newspaper circulars into the digital age. First incorporated as X Advantage Corp., the Mountain View, California-based company eventually became Coupons.com–a name that, 16 years later, went public. But at the same time, Boal realized that the name did a disservice to the data component of the business that was becoming the key to Coupon.com’s growth. Last October, Boal rechristened the company Quotient (as in “intelligence quotient”), and this spring, he explained how he navigated the post-IPO change.
You’ve probably noticed a lot of commercials this week telling you about a “super sale” in honor of President’s Day weekend? Should you run right out and buy, or wait until another time? For TODAY, Jeannette Pavini shows you where to the best ways to save. Watch the segment here.
Feb 12, 2015 | 3:25 pm By Milagros Cruz Editor Jeanette Pavini, Coupons.com Savings Expert, shows Brian Sheehan how you can make a Valentine’s Day dinner for two for just $14.
BY CANDACE BRAUN DAVISON FEB 9, 2016 Walking out of the grocery store with two bags, a $200 grocery bill and an expression that can best be described as befuddlement-bordering-on-blind-rage happens to all of us at some point. And because it’s a feeling we don’t want to have ever again, we turned to Coupons.com’s savings […]
Digital technology company Quotient Technology Inc. plans to move its Greater Cincinnati operation to Sycamore Township and add 100 jobs, according to a regional economic development group.
By Erin Caproni Digital Producer, Cincinnati Business Courier A tech firm is expanding its Greater Cincinnati operations with new space at the Kenwood Collection. Quotient Technology Inc. (NYSE: QUOT) will add 100 new jobs and invest $1.5 million over the next three years in its move to the Kenwood Collection as a result of its project’s approval from […]
Saving money might seem like a daunting task, but there are actually plenty of simple, little ways to save money in 2016. So, if your resolution for the new year was that you’ll focus on stashing away some more pennies, you’re in luck.