Saturday, August 29, 2009

Coupons You Don’t Clip, Sent to Your Cellphone - NYTimes.com

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Mobile coupons — usually text messages with discount codes sent to a cellphone — are becoming the blue-light specials for the digital age, promoting last-minute clothing sales, two-for-one entrees and cheap tickets to the theater.

While some mobile coupons are sent directly from a retailer to a customer who has signed up for mobile updates, the other way for bargain-seekers to get up-to-the-minute deals is to subscribe to a mobile-coupon aggregator.

Coupons You Don’t Clip, Sent to Your Cellphone - NYTimes.com

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