LAKELAND, Fla. — After months of concern, Amy Selleck was relieved when she learned the details of Publix Super Markets' first formal coupon policy. That's because the policy, which takes effect today, won't significantly alter the way the self-described “extreme couponer” uses coupons. “The changes weren't as big as some people expected,” said Selleck, who runs the couponing blog Part of what she likes about the policy is that it limits the number of ...

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