Video: The Morality of Extreme Couponing

 Posted by on 16 September 2011 at 1:00 pm  Business, Ethics, Videocast
Sep 162011

In Sunday’s Rationally Selfish Webcast, I discussed the morality of extreme couponing. The question was:

Is “extreme couponing” moral? Earlier this year, the Boston Globe wrote about people who engage in “extreme couponing.” Basically, they find ways to redeem store coupons in a fashion that still abides by the rules, but they get free stuff out of the deal. Are these people moral, or are they parasites because they don’t actually live by trading value for value? Are they violating rights?

Here’s the video of my answer:

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