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  • Coupon Mountain


    Coupon Mountain was an e-commerce website operated based in Monrovia, California that displayed syndicated online deals. Founded in 2001 by Harry Tsao and Talmadge O’Neill, Coupon Mountain began as one of the two original website properties for MeziMedia, which was acquired by ValueClick for up to $352 million. MeziMedia was renamed to ValueClick Brands in 2010. In November 2013, ValueClick sold several of its online properties to IAC which, in addition to Coupon Mountain, included price-comparison website PriceRunner and investment education site Investopedia for $80 million. Coupon Mountain, along with PriceRunner, were being actively shopped in 2016 after slumping sales attributed to a change in Google's search algorithm but only PriceRunner was sold in March 2016 to Swedish firm NS Intressenter for around $100 million. At its peak in 2008, Coupon Mountain held 14% of the total market-share for coupon websites and has been offline since October 2014.

  • Coupon Cabin


    CouponCabin provides online coupon codes from several thousand American retailers, including Target, Sears, 1-800-Flowers, and Home Depot. The site also provides printable coupons for local businesses and groceries, daily deal aggregation and product recommendations. CouponCabin.com was founded in Chicago, Illinois, in March 2003 by Chicago entrepreneur Scott Kluth, a former employee of Sears. The company is now based in Whiting, Indiana. CouponCabin is a free service for users and does not require registration. CouponCabin features codes redeemable online, which users can search for by store, category, location or type of deal being offered. CouponCabin’s coupon database includes exclusive CouponCabin codes, manufacturer and store coupons, free shipping coupons and user-submitted codes for participating merchants.

  • Coupon


    Food stuff ration coupons types I–V for direct laborers and workers in Vietnam, 1976–1986 In marketing, a coupon is a ticket or document that can be redeemed for a financial discount or rebate when purchasing a product. Customarily, coupons are issued by manufacturers of consumer packaged goods or by retailers, to be used in retail stores as a part of sales promotions. They are often widely distributed through mail, coupon envelopes, magazines, newspapers, the Internet (social media, email newsletter), directly from the retailer, and mobile devices such as cell phones. Since only price conscious consumers are likely to spend the time to claim the savings, coupons function as a form of price discrimination, enabling retailers to offer a lower price only to those consumers who would otherwise go elsewhere. In addition, coupons can also be targeted selectively to regional markets in which price competition is great. In government, a coupon is a paper certificate used to administer a benefit or permission.

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