Remove the Expiring Coupons banner from my inbox. It reduces functionality and I pay for ad free mail. Very annoying.
If I pay for ad free mail I don't want coupon banner over my inbox.
I agree. I don't like it, if I want to use a coupon, I'll use it. I don't need a reminder.
No point in commenting or complaining. I have joined several feeds to get rid of new useless features and even though they all have a lot of votes and negative comments in the end Yahoo says not enough people complained so they will keep as is. Why have a place for us to comment and suggest if they will just ignore all negative feedback
Another voice in the cry out to Yahoo, PLEASE remove the stupid coupon feature, or at least give us the means to disable it!
Ethan Baker commented
Very annoying, and I can't even find a way to contact Yahoo directly through the help page (wanted to send them screenshots). After reading comments here, though, seems like they just don't care and won't do anything about it. Shame.
JOHN TEMBLADOR commented
Please get rid of Coupon Banner .... It is annoying, intrusive and I want it deleted as I did not ask for it. Should be an option only... Thank-you!
John Temblador, PI, CIPA
I hate this coupon banner, reminding me of expiring coupons. I'm not a child and I don't need my e-mail program nagging me to clip coupons.
I also want to get rid of this...not needed or wanted.
Sarah Jordan commented
Also having issues with the coupons "feature." I had to enable Adblock just to read any emails when the **** banner first appeared, since the X was nonfunctional. Now it seems that specific emails with coupons or coupon-like text are unreadable since the "coupon" buttons want me to clip something that isn't working/loading/existing.
Marlon Elder commented
Please get rid of the coupon thing. I have no interest in clipping or saving coupons. I read, then delete and go about my day.
Nothing extra should be added especially if we don't want it.
Donna DeKlyen commented
I can't even delete the e-mail when it has this banner. I have to X out of email and then delete it. I want to just hit delete when I am finished reading. Get rid of this feature---takes too long now to read my emails that have coupons.
Dannyel Dan commented
The life is simple, is short......eat, drink and love!
Dannyel Dan commented
The world is strenger for as, becouse we are strenger!
John Baisch commented
I send an email to the yahoo support team and got the following response below. Wow! If I was Verizon, I will drop out of purchasing Yahoo knowing that their customers no longer have a say in the service we pay a premium for. I've had my account for quite a few years and will most likely start migrating to gmail. Epic fail Yahoo!
----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Yahoo Customer Care <email@example.com>
To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 3:57 PM
Subject: Yahoo Mail Pro : Notifications (Case: 25804056) 
Thank you for contacting Yahoo Billing.
Yahoo is continually developing and testing new product concepts in an effort to offer the most delightful experiences for our users. We randomly expose test pages to a fraction of our users, and your account has been included in a test group. Unfortunately, that banner cannot be removed on Yahoo Mail.
We welcome your feedback on the design changes you're seeing. To share comments directly with us, please visit our feedback page.
Please let me know if I can help with anything else!
Have a great day!
Carl Stephenson commented
I agree with other users. We paid to remove this type of pop-ups and now Yahoo is forcing them on us as a "feature." Not acceptable. Please remove.
B Rehder commented
1. I do not want to have to install Adblock anything to get rid of garbage provided by an email service I pay for. Which marketing genius came up with this idea?
2. What's with the "should be" removed when testing is over response from Yahoo....
Do they not really know for sure?
3. What else is being planned for a "test"? No news of the mass exodus of leaving subscribers yet ...so go ahead and push us around some more.
4. What happens after the "test", we get the feature for free?
F'ing great, some other worthless feature that I don't want, trying to get me to click on some more garbage sites.
5. CHARGE ME $40 A YEAR IF YOU WANT, JUST STOP FORNICATING WITH MY EMAIL.
One more genius move like that Yahoo and I'm done with you.
6. I should have left when I realized that the block email feature from the junk email folder didn't work.
7. You're circling the drain Yahoo.
Omar Osman commented
I agree, very annoying. At the moment I managed to remove it with 'select element to hide' of Adblock Plus. but ti should't be there in the first place. Please remove it yahoo!!