WASHINGTON — Coupons.com has just dubbed D.C. “America’s Coupon Capital.”
Coupons.com used data from parent company Quotient Technology Inc., counting coupon downloads through Coupons.com, its app and its thousands of partners. Quotient’s coupon partners includes hundreds of national retailers, restaurants and consumer goods companies.
“Shoppers in D.C. selected more than 23 million digital coupons in 2016, totaling more than $31 million in savings and overtaking Orlando as No. 1 for the first time in the seven-year history of the index,” Coupons.com said in a statement.
Virginia Beach also ranked in the top 10.
All told, Quotient delivered more than 2.4 billion digital coupons in 2016.
Here are Coupons.com’s Top 10 Most Frugal Cities of 2016:
- Virginia Beach