Here's another: In-pack cigarette coupons in Old Gold and Raleigh cigarettes. The coupon schemes worked liked the trading stamps programs: save them up and you could redeem them for merchandise in catalogs issued by the cigarette company. The joke of the day was that if you smoked those brands long enough, your next-of-kin could redeem the coupons for a coffin when you died of lung cancer. I also remember F.W.Woolworth "dime" stores. Thom McAn Shoe stores and Robert Hall clothing stores were subsidiaries of Woolworth and were gone by the early 70's ... Woolworth closed their U.S. stores not long after.