Coupon Lingo




If you see these abbreviations, they DO mean something...here is a list of the abbreviations I frequently use.


BOGO or B1G1-Buy One Get One Free

Brick-Printable Coupon

Cat or Catalina: Coupons that print out from a catalina printer with cash value or money off certain item on next trip.

ECB-Extra Care Bucks (CVS Stores)

eCoupons-Electronic Coupons downloaded to cell phones or Loyalty Card

FAR-Free After Rebate

GC-Gift Card

IP- (manufacturer internet printable): When you see this, click on it and it will take you to the site to print off coupons.

IVC-Instant Value Coupon

MFR or MQ-Manufacturer's Coupon

MIR-Mail In Rebate

OOP-Out of Pocket

OYNO- On Your Next Order

PG- Proctor & Gamble insert

PDF-Coupons that do not require installation of a printer/No Print Limit

RP-Red Plum insert

RR-Register Reward (Walgreens)

SCR-Single Check Rebate (Rite-Aid)

SS-Smart Source insert

WYB-When You Buy

YMMV- Your Mileage May Vary (depending on store manager)

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