Thursday, February 28, 2013

Coupon Lingo Guide

Confused about the coupon lingo?

Here are some of the abbreviations you will see on many sites!

Most coupons come from the Sunday paper coupon inserts.

P&G = Procter & Gamble Sunday insert
RP = Red Plum
SS = SmartSource
GM = General Mills

Common Coupon Abbreviations:
$1/1, $1/2, etc. = One dollar off one item, one dollar off two items
2/$1, 3/$2, etc. = Two items for one dollar, three items for two dollars
BOGO = Buy one item get one item free
B2GO = Buy two items get one item free
B1G2 = Buy one get two free
Blinkies = Grocery/drugstore coupon dispensers with blinking lights
Cat or Catalina= Catalina coupon, prints from a separate machine when your receipt prints
CRT = Cash register tape, referring to CVS coupons that print on receipt
DND: Do not double
ECBs = ExtraCare Bucks, CVS rewards system
FAR = Free after rebate
GM = General Mills
IP = Internet printable coupon
MFR = Manufacturer
MQ = Manufacturer’s Coupon
MIR = Mail-in rebate
OYNO = On your next order
OOP = Out of pocket
Peelie = Peel-off coupon found on product packaging
PSA = Prices Starting At
RRs = Register Rewards, Walgreens’ Catalina coupons
R= Means Regional Coupon at the end of matchlups
SCR = Single Check Rebate, Rite Aid monthly rebates program
Stacking = Using a manufacturer’s coupon in addition to a store coupon for an even lower price
UP Reward=Coupon for Rite Aid stores that prints at the register.
WT = Wine tag, no alcohol purchase necessary to use these coupons
WYB = When you buy
YMMV = You mileage may vary, some stores may allow you to do a deal, some may not.

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