CouponNetwork.com shutting down

adunn@newsobserver.comOctober 28, 2013 

CouponNetwork.com, one of several popular print-at-home coupon sites, is shutting down.

The site will shut down as of Dec. 11, according to an announcement on the site today. Until then, you will still be able to print coupons on the site.

CouponNetwork.com is operated by Catalina, the same company that offers the point-of-sale coupons that spit out at the register when you make a purchase.

These coupons, known to avid couponers as cats or spitties, will continue to be offered at check-out.

Here is what the company had to say:

The decision to shut down CouponNetwork.com wasn’t easy and we are thankful to have had the opportunity to provide valuable savings to you through CouponNetwork.com! Catalina’s core business has provided savings at checkout in retailers throughout the world for over 25 years. We’ve decided to focus exclusively on growing that in-store presence and expanding into online and mobile – all in partnership with our retailers to provide content to you.

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