Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Extreme Couponing 101-Coupon Lingo

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Coupon Lingo

Couponing can get a little confusing sometimes with all the abbreviations, verbiage and size limitations. Here is some "coupon lingo" that might help you out on your next shopping trip.

BOGOF or B1G1 - 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
SC - Store coupon
MFC - Manufacter's coupon
GC - Gift Card
MM - Money Maker
DND-do not double
IP-internet printable coupon
Blinkie-coupons you get from the little machines in the aisle in the store
BTFE-Box Tops for Education
WSL-while supplies last
OTC-over the counter medication
UPC-Universal Product Code
Catalina or CAT-a coupon for an amount off your next purchase or for a free item on your next purchase-these may print out when you get your receipt.

Specific Store Coupons
ECB - CVS Extra Care Bucks
Wags - Walgreens
RR - Walgreens Register Rewards

Newspaper Inserts
PG - Proctor & Gamble
SS - Smartsource
RP - Red Plum
GM - General Mills
K - Kelloggs
UN - Unilever

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