While saving money is a priority in every region across the United States, the Midwest dominates the “Most frugal U.S. Cities” list, with more than double the number of cities than any other region, according…read more
Dwight Silverman of the Houston Chronicle reports that he has 180 apps on his smart phone. In this article he lists his 16 most-often-used apps, including Grocery iQ, that lets he and his wife “add…read more
Consumer behaviour has changed radically over the past few years. Driven by a combination of economic pressure and more relevant retailer/brand marketing, consumers are increasingly planning their weekly shop in advance. Read more here.
Saving money has become second nature for many Americans, but the South and Midwest still have a leg up on the rest of the country, according to the 2012 Savings Index by Coupons.com, which ranked US…read more
While Milwaukee residents might be known as coupon clippers, they are also among the leaders in redeeming online and mobile coupons, according to Coupons.com’s “Most Frugal Cities” list. Milwaukee ranked 20th in a comparison of…read more
On a U.S. map, the most “frugal” cities in the country — including Tampa — are clustered all around us here in the Southeast. Based on this year’s ranking by the popular website coupons.com, which…read more