Ecommerce and Retail, Marketing Infographics, Mobile and Tablet Marketing

SmartPhones and Coupons Work

One thing that we’ve always noticed that has worked when it came to mobile was the convenience of sending a discount to the phone. Whether it was a text message sent by a restaurant or an app displaying a discount, mobile is the perfect medium for coupon redemption. Why? It’s the only technology that’s carried by the consumer when they’re ready to buy.

From CouponCabin: With countless apps keeping smartphone owners occupied, today’s users have grown quite attached to their devices. And now, in addition to the many things smartphones already do, they can also save us major bucks. That’s right, coupons have gone mobile, and close to half of all smartphone users have already cashed in on savings with their device.

To meet the demand for mobile coupons, CouponCabin recently launched a new, all-in-one coupon app that allows users to access coupons in every coupon category, including grocery, printable for in-store use, and online codes for hundreds of online retailers.

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One comment

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    The only issue with coupons are… they can also cause you to lose a sale. A coupon box at check out will prompt a user to look for coupons online to save more. If they do find one… you lose money on a sale you’d otherwise get the full amount for. If they don’t, it may discourage them from making the purchase.

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