Monday, September 20, 2010

Coupon Lingo

BOGO/B1G1- Buy one get one free

MQ- Manufacturer Coupon

Q- Coupon

WYB- When You Buy

Stacking- Using more than one coupon on an item

Peelie- Peel off coupon on an item

Blinkie- In store coupon machine that spits out coupons

OOP- Out of pocket

IP- Internet printable coupon

FF- Firefox

IE- Internet Explorer

RP- Red Plum insert in Sunday paper

SS- Smartsource insert in Sunday paper

GM- General Mills insert in Sunday paper

PG or P&G- Proctor and Gamble insert in Sunday paper

Tearpad- Coupons available on a pad in the store, usually hanging on a shelf

3/$5 - This means 3 items for $5-- doesn't necessarily mean that you MUST buy 3 items to receive the discounted price.

$1/3 - A coupon value; this means $1 off of 3 items, you usually have to buy all 3 items to qualify for the discount

ECB- Extra Care Bucks (at CVS)

RR- Register Rewards (at Walgreens)

MIR- Mail in Rebate

CAT or CATALINA - coupon dispensed at register after purchase

CRT - Cash register tape

Ibotta - Cash, Not Coupons

YMMV- Your Mileage May Vary / Your Manager May Vary

OYNO- On your next order (deals with catalina coupons)


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