Do You Use Coupons Online?

According to Nielson, 50% of Redeemed Mobile Coupons are Captured Directly from a Retailer’s Site by the Consumer

Source
Nielson

Year
2018

Statistic Info

With shopping season in full swing as the holidays approach, smartphone and tablet owners are using mobile apps and daily deal sites to get the most out of their money. According to a recent Nielsen survey of U.S. consumers who report using their mobile phone or tablet in the shopping process, shoppers look to retailer websites for mobile coupons significantly more than other sources. With 54 percent of mobile shoppers who have used a coupon on their device indicating that they have obtained coupons from retailer websites, it’s clearly the preferred source, followed by deal-of-the-day websites, such as Groupon and Living Social, with 31 percent of users looking to such sites for promotions.

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