This is the most comprehensive guide to coupon statistics on the planet.
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This list is filled with coupon industry stats and trends which will amaze you!
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- 81% of consumers use coupons regularly
- Discounts and coupons came in as the top-ranking tactic for driving loyalty with 61% of consumers saying they use them
- Coupon users are spending 24% more than regular shoppers
- Six in ten will stack coupons, when possible, to achieve greater savings
- 50.8% of redeemed coupons are non-food related, while 49.2% are food related
- 40 percent said they feel smart when they can find the best deal
- Top 5 categories Millenials seek coupons in: groceries (93%), cosmetics (69%), clothing (62%), household items (60%), restaurants (57%)
- 94% of American women say they rarely buy clothing without some discount attached
- 78.4% of students “always” or “usually” check for discounts before making their online purchases
- 96% of students would be more likely to make a repeat purchase from a brand that offers student discounts
- Coupon app use has increased 42% from 2016, and in-store shopping rewards app use has increased 34%
- 70% of consumers check their mobile devices for coupons or offers
- 11 million coupons were delivered to consumers via beacon technology in 2015, 1.6 billion coupons will be delivered annually to consumers via beacon technology by 2020
- 79% of Facebook users like a company to receive discounts or promotions
- 24% of consumers “unliked” a brand on Facebook because they didn’t offer enough deals