Crystal Paine posted about a CNBC article she found that says that families who make $100,000 per year are twice as likely to use coupons as people who make less than $35,000 annually. And college graduates are twice as likely to engage in couponing as people who lack high school diplomas.
Interesting! Are you drawing the same conclusions I am? Clearly, these relationships are not coincidental.
You can read the full article here if you’re interested.