22 01 2017
You can find this on many website but I thought we should post up the list for our members to refresh their memories as well as something the newbies can begin to start learning. Here are the most common ones:
NOTE: LOCATE ALL THE STORES CLOSE TO YOU AND FIND OUT THEIR SALE AND COUPON DAYS.
COUPON DAY: Day your local store offers coupons (usually offered one or two days only) DOUBLE COUPON DAY: Coupon that a grocery store offers double in value. TRIPLE COUPON: A coupon that a grocery store triples in value. FREE ITEM COUPON: A coupon that allows you to get the product completely free. BLINKIES: In-store coupons near the product, usually from a red blinking box.
BOGO or B1G1 Free: Buy One Get One Free.
CAT or CATALINA: Coupon that prints at the register after purchase.
CRT: Cash register tape, coupon that prints on the back of your receipt (in store) ECB: CVS Extra Care Bucks earned for purchases. IVC: Walgreen’s Instant Value Coupon ( Found in the monthy EasySaver Catalog ).
IP: Internet Printable Coupon.
MFG or MQ: Manufacturer’s Coupon.
MIR: Mail In Rebate.
NED: No expiration date.
OOP: Out of Pocket, in reference to how much “real money” you will pay at the register.
OYNO: On your next order.
P&G: Proctor & Gamble Coupon Insert found in the Sunday newspaper.
PEELIE: Coupon that you peel off the package.
PSA: Prices Starting At.
RP: Red Plum Coupon Insert found in the Sunday newspaper.
RR: Register Rewards.
SS: Smart Source coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper.
STACKING: Using a store specific coupon with a manufacturer coupon.
TEARPAD: A pad of refund forms or coupons found hanging from a store shelf or display. WYB: When You Buy.
These may change over the years but they are a good group to start with.