Sunday, April 25, 2010

Couponing Lingo

Couponing Lingo   Couponing/Refunding has its own lingo.  Use this guide to help you understand the lingo.

by Penny Holder

$1.00/1 - $1.00 off one product

$1.00/2 - $1.00 off of two products 

AR - After Rebate

B1G1F or BOGO - Buy One Get One Free
Blinkies - Coupons that are located by products where you can pull them out. 

BTFE - Box Tops For Education - These are on General Mills products.  Cut them out and save them because schools can earn .10 for each one. 

Catalina's - Coupon that prints out of a machine like the ones at Kroger.  They are good only for the store that it prints out at.

ESB - Easy Saver Book from Walgreens

ESC - Easy Saver coupon that is in the Easy Saver book

FAR - Free After Rebate

IP - Internet printable coupon

IVC - Instant Value Coupon

MFR - manufacturer

MQ - manufacturer coupon

MIR - Mail in Rebate

OOP - Out Of Pocket

OYNO - On Your Next Order

P&G - Proctor & Gamble Sunday supplement coupons

Peelies - These are coupons that you can peel off of a package or box. RP - red plum coupon insert from Sunday newspaper

RR - Register Rewards (these are the catalinas that print out at Walgreens)

SS - Smartsource coupon insert from Sunday newspaper

Stacking - the art of "stacking" your coupons in a certain order so that they will ring up how you want them to

Tear Pad - A pad of refund forms or coupons found hanging from a store shelf or display

UPC - Universal Product bar code

V - Valassis (same as red plum) coupon insert

WYB - When You Buy

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