Monday, March 29, 2010

Coupon Lingo: Terms and Meanings to Coupon Abbreviations

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Here are some coupon abbreviations that we tend to use, Coupon Lingo, so to speak!
BOGOF - buy one get one free
Peelie - coupon that peels off package
WYB - when you buy
OOP - Out Of Pocket
MIR - mail in rebate
$1/2 - $1 off of 2 items
2/$1 - 2 items for $1
Wags - Walgreens
ECB - CVS Extra Care Bucks
RR - Walgreens Register Rewards
SC - Store coupon
MFC - Manufacter's coupon
GC - Gift Card
MM - Money Maker

Newspaper inserts
P&G - Proctor & Gamble
SS - Smartsource
RP - Red Plum

How to read coupon postings:
6/17 SS $.75 off
(June 17th Smart Source Insert
coupon is $.75 off)

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