Grocery store bags $10 Facebook coupon due to popularity

In what has become a tradition among companies this year, yet another giveaway has gone awry.

This time Marsh Supermarkets, a grocer in Indiana and Ohio, stopped accepting a $10 coupon it had promoted on its Facebook fan page after it became too popular, according to Consumerist.com. The coupon was shared with fans of the Marsh Supermarkets on July 28 and the offer canceled a few days later after the coupon was "distributed in an unauthorized manner."

Upset customers took to the coupon post on Facebook to share their anger over the coupon cancellation, claiming that they would, "never go to Marsh again," and another user stating that she "will definitely be shopping Kroger and Meijer."