Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Coupon Lingo


MQ or Q - Manufacturer Coupon or coupon

SS
- Smartsource (newspaper insert)

RP
- Redplum (newspaper insert)

P&G
- Proctor & Gamble (newspaper insert, usually once a month)

Stacking
- when you combine a store coupon with a manufacturer's coupon

ECB
- Extra Care Buck that you "earn" at CVS by purchasing specific products. These print at the end of your receipt, so make sure to save them because they can be used like cash on anything.

RR (Register Reward) - Reward Coupon you "earn" at Walgreens by purchasing specific products. They print out on a seperate register called the Catalina. They can be used like cash in store on almost everything.

BOGO or B1G1- Buy One Get One Free

OOP- Out of Pocket

FAR- Free After Rebate

CRT- Cash Register Tape (receipt)

Blinkie- a coupon found in a grocery store that spits out of a blinking machine

Peelie- a coupon sticker on product packaging

Catalina- a coupon that prints with your receipt from a seperate register. They are like cash in most stores where they are printed.

Overage- when an item is more than free

Filler- an inexpensive item at CVS to achieve the total you need for maximum savings

WYB- when you buy

OYNO - on your next order

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! i read your posts several times a day and I love it. I just started doing this and I've already saved so much money!!

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