Marketers are still sending customers discounts and add-ons, upgrades and freebies, but it’s all packaged a bit more elegantly. It’s a personalized offer. It’s targeted marketing. It’s contextual engagement. But here’s what really matters: for all our fancy framing, consumers still dig coupons. Here’s why they work.
It's probably not a stretch to say most grocery shoppers prioritize getting in, getting what they need and getting out. In this case, food retailers should be looking for ways to make shopping trips as painless as possible by personalizing experiences while helping customers to save money and time in-store.