By now, you probably know about the new “cashback” program, which lets customers save up to 50% on a variety of items at participating retailers.
It’s supposed to help retailers compete with e-commerce sites like Amazon, Target, Wal-Mart, and Costco.
However, while the idea of coupons has been around for years, the program has never really been able to catch on.
It was first announced last summer and has only been in place for a few months.
But now it seems the program is finally coming to an end.
Goodwill announced that it will no longer offer coupons on online shopping sites, and they will be shutting down their e-Commerce platform in the coming months.
The Goodwill retail business has been a huge part of the community for over 40 years.
Since 1999, Goodwill has served more than 5.6 million customers, with a retail sales value of $14.3 billion.
It has grown to be the third largest retailer in the United States, with 1.7 million stores.
In its statement, Goodwills CEO Tom Smith said that the company’s decision to close down the online program is “part of a strategic decision to further focus our company’s growth efforts on brick and mortar retail stores and our partners in retail.”
Smith also announced that Goodwill would continue to offer free gift cards for Goodwill employees and contractors.
“We’ve always been committed to delivering our customers with the highest-quality merchandise at the lowest prices, and this move is a major blow to our customers,” said a Goodwill spokesperson in a statement.
“We will continue to work with partners to improve our online shopping experience and continue to improve the way we deliver quality merchandise to our members.”
While Goodwill is no longer offering coupons, they still will continue selling discounted items through its loyalty program, GoodWill Rewards, which includes rewards programs like free merchandise, gift cards, and more.
The company says that it is working on “enhancing our retailing efforts,” but the company hasn’t released a timeline for when it will start doing so.
“Our goal is to remain a great shopping experience for customers,” Goodwill CEO Smith said in the statement.
However, there is still one big problem: There’s still no way to get a cashback.
The company also announced plans to shut down its online coupon program in October.
“Effective immediately, Goodwon will not offer cashback on any of its online purchases.
We’re committed to making sure we are delivering the best shopping experience possible for our members,” Smith said.
The good news is that there are still some other retailers that still offer cashbacks, such as Target and Wal-mart.
However,, the companies have stopped offering cashback to their customers, as they are still under a court order from the U.S. Department of Justice that requires them to stop selling the program.
For now, the only thing that can save your hard-earned cash is the good old fashioned, physical cash, which can be used on your credit card.