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Online coupons now accepted at all Dollar General stores

BY Allison Cerra

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. Dollar General is making it even easier for customers to save money by accepting coupons printed from the Internet; the discount retailer announced Friday that all of its stores now accept online coupons.

“Dollar General remains focused on providing customers with convenience and value,” said Todd Vasos, Dollar General’s chief merchandising officer. “We are pleased to welcome online coupons in our stores. We hope this will make it easier for our customers to save more time and money with their coupons at Dollar General.”

All Dollar General stores honor manufacturers’ and Dollar General store coupons that have been printed online. This is in addition to accepting manufacturers’ and store coupons from newspapers, magazines, direct mail and product packaging.

Customers can get the latest information about specials and coupons at Dollar General delivered directly to their e-mail inbox by joining the Dollar General Savings Zone at www.dollargeneral.com or becoming a fan of Dollar General on Facebook.

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Fresh & Easy opens 150th store

BY Allison Cerra

BURBANK, Calif. A regional supermarket chain announced the opening of its 150th store, including 10 additional new store openings this month.

Fresh & Easy said its 150th store, which opened in Burbank, Calif., is one of four stores that opened this week in California.

“We started just over two years ago with a simple idea –– every neighborhood deserves access to fresh, wholesome food at affordable prices. We’re happy to have become a part of 150 neighborhoods so far and to have created so many good, local jobs,” said Fresh & Easy CEO Tim Mason. “Celebrating our 150th store is a wonderful milestone and we’re excited to continue opening even more stores in all types of neighborhoods.”

In the next two weeks, Fresh & Easy plans seven more store openings in California and Arizona. The chain also operates stores in Nevada.

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Scrabble gets super-sized, personal

BY Allison Cerra

DANVERS, Mass. Winning Moves Games is set to delight board game fans with its two newest versions of the Scrabble game.

Scrabble Me and Super Scrabble combine the traditional game play of one of the top-selling board games of all-time with enhanced game boards and scoring experiences, the company said.

In Scrabble Me, players build words on their own individual boards (up to four) simultaneously. The “prize tile podium” makes play more dynamic and gives players a chance to choose some face-up tiles in addition to the traditional blind draw from the letter bag.  Original rules of scoring, letter placement and legal word play are followed.

In Super Scrabble, however, players use 200 letters (100 more than the original Scrabble game) and a larger game board featuring quadruple letter and word scoring opportunities. This Scrabble game is super-sized, with three extra rows for a larger playing space.  Super Scrabble also comes in a “Deluxe” edition, equipped with a rotating game board and raised grid spaces for simple piece-placing.  Both games also come with a guide book detailing the history of Scrabble and the official rules.

“Scrabble has been popular for more than 70 years, and Scrabble fans are passionate about the way the game is played,” said Phil Orbanes, founder of Winning Moves Games. “Scrabble Me and Super Scrabble are great examples of how games can change subtly while maintaining the core principles that have made Scrabble one of the best games for decades.”

Scrabble Me and Super Scrabble are available at toy stores and retailers nationwide and at www.winning-moves.com.

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