- B2GO = Buy Two Get One Free
- Blinky = Coupon that a little machine spits out
- BOGO = Buy One Get One Free
- Cat = Catalina. Virtual Money or Coupons that print off with your receipt
- CRT = Cash Register Tape, aka, your receipt
- ECB = Extra Care Buck, prints on receipts, and you can use it like Cash at CVS.
- ES = Easy Saver. Monthly Rebate book for Walgreens
- FAR = Free After Rebate
- FLIP = Food Lion Internet Printable (coupon from their website)
- IP = Internet Printable Coupon
- IVC = Instant Value Coupon at Walgreens. Found in the ES and in the weekly advertisement.
- MFR = manufacturer
- MIR = Mail In Rebate
- ONYO = On Your Next Order
- OOP = Out of Pocket. The amount in cash that you spend.
- Peelie = Coupon found on the package of a product.
- PG = Proctor and Gamble Coupon insert that comes in your local paper.
- Q= Coupon
- Rain Check = When a store is out of a sale item, get a rain check and you can take advantage of the sale price whenever the item comes back in stock. Rain Checks never expire!!
- RP = Redplum. Coupon insert that comes in your local paper.
- RR = Register Rewards. Walgreens form of a Catalina
- S or SS = Smartsource. Coupon insert that comes in your local paper.
- UPC= Bar Code of an Item
- WAGS = Walgreens
- WYB = When You Buy
- WT = Wine Tag. Coupon found around the neck of a wine bottle. You do not have to purchase the bottle in order to get the coupon. Check your local state laws on this.
- YMMV = Your Manager (or Mileage) May Vary, meaning some managers may or may not let you do something
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
If you are new to the "coupon" game...here are some abbreviations you will want to familiarize yourself with!