The competitive side of coupons

Some consumers view coupon use as a competition and stockpile products because they can't resist the thrill of the bargain. A few online coupon sites, which make money from ads, encourage this behavior by holding contests, and some shoppers post photos of themselves with piles of goods, such as the 1,142 packages of Jell-O one shopper amassed for free.

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