SAN DIEGO -- Though they may not have noticed, many retailers nationwide have begun accepting coupons downloaded from the Internet with newspaper URL identifications printed on them. Those coupons are the result of a new service called Boodle, created by Consumer Networks here, which allows consumers to download free coupons from their local newspaper's Web site. Linked to over 250 newspapers throughout the country, Boodle said it provides a different way for shoppers to find coupons ...
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