Thursday, January 26, 2012

Coupon terms & their meaning

Here's a list of coupon terms & their meaning.  Several people here lately have been asking questions so I thought I post a list of the common ones.  If you have others you're not sure about just ask!  Happy Couponing! 

Coupon terms & their meaning

 RP= Red Plum (Sunday coupon insert)

SS= Smart Source (Sunday coupon insert)

PG= Proctor & Gamble (Sunday coupon insert)

GM= General Mills (Sunday coupon insert)

UL= Unilever (Sunday coupon insert)

V= Vlassis (Sunday coupon insert)

$1/1= $1 off of 1 item or $5/2 is $5 off of 2 items

Blinkie= Coupon machine with a red blinking light on it

BOGO, B1G1 or B1G1F= Buy 1 Get 1 Free

Catalina= Coupon that prints from a machine at the register

CRT= Cash Register Tape or better known as receipt

DND= Do not double

ECB= Extra Care Bucks (used at CVS like money)

EX or E= Expires

FAR= Free After Rebate

GC= Gift card or gift certificate

ISO= In Search of

IVC= Instant Value Coupon (in Walgreens booklet)

MM= Money Maker

MIR= Mail in Rebate

MQ= Manufacturers Coupon

ONYO= On Your Next Order

OOP= Out of Pocket

Peelie= Coupon on the items package that you peel off

POP= Proof of Purchase

Q= Coupon

RR= Register Rewards (Walgreens) 

Regional= Available only in a certain area

RIB= Reinvented Beauty (CVS magazine found in store)

Stacking= Using a store coupon with a manufacturers coupon

Tear Pad= A pad of coupons (or rebates) that are attached to the store shelf

TMF= Try Me Free (send in rebate so it becomes free)

UPC= Bar code or Universal Product Code

WYB= When you buy


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