Couponing Lingo Defined

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Below is a list of common coupon terms and lingo and their definitions. They are in alphabetical order.

AY – A coupon found in the All You Magazine

B1G1 – Buy one get one

B2G1 – Buy two get one

Blinkies – The machines at the store that holds coupons you can grab right then to use on your products. They typically are red and having a little “blinking” light – thus the name.

BOGO – Buy one get one (typically associated with free)

Catalina – Coupon printers at the checkstands that spits out coupons during/after your transaction for you to use on your next shopping trip

DND – Do not double coupon value

DNT – Do not triple coupon value

ECB – Extra Care Bucks which is a CVS store coupon that prints at the register when you make a purchase (often referred to as CVS cash)

ESR – Easy Saver Rebate program at Walgreens

FF – Firefox Browswer

IE – Internet Explorer Browser

Mfr – Manufacturer’s coupon

MIR – Mail in rebate

OOP – Out of Pocket expense (typically associated with rebates, the price you would pay before

OYNO – “On Your Next Order” meaning when a coupon prints, you can use it on your next trip

Peelies – Coupons that you can peel off of packages.

PG – Procter and Gamble coupon insert from newspaper

Printable – A coupon that you print from on-line

RP – RedPlum coupon insert from newspaper or mail

RR – Register Reward which is a Walgreens store coupon that prints at the register when you make a purchase (often referred to at Walgreens cash)

SCR – Single Check Rebate program at Rite Aid

SS – Smart Source Coupon insert from newspaper

Stacking – Using a manufacturer’s coupon with a store coupon

+UP Reward – which is a Rite Aid store coupon that prints at the bottom of your receipt to give you money off your next transaction (often referred to as Rite Aid cash)

What other terms are we missing that we need to add?  Let us know in the comments below and we will add it to the list!

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