if you are new to couponing, then you need to go over this! I have created a list of some abbrevations that you might find on blogs or shopping in the couponing community. I hope this helps you understand everything you need to know!
$1/1: One dollar off one item, etc.
B1G1: Buy one get one free, or 50% off, etc.
BOGO: Buy one get one free or 50% off, etc.
Blinkies: Coupon dispensers at the store that spits out coupons.
Catalina: A coupon prints at store from a seperate machince when your receipt prints out.
CRT: Cash register receipt
DND: Do not double. Some stores don’t allow double coupons on one product.
ECB” Extra care bucks (CVS stores only).
ETS: Excludes travel size.
IP: Internet printable.
IVS: Instant Value Coupons ( Walgreens stores only).
MCM: Magic coupon machine
MIR: Mail in rebate.
NLA: No longer available.
One coupon per purchase: means you can only use one coupon per item purchased.
Once coupon per transaction: means you only use one coupon for each transaction.
OYNO: On your next order.
OOP: Out of pocket.
OOS: Out of stock.
Peelie: A coupon found on a product that you can peel off and use.
PSA: Prices starting at.
RRs: Register Rewards ( Walgreen’s store only).
Stacking: When you use a manufacturer coupon with a store coupon.
Tearpad. A pad of coupons you find near a product in a store.
Wags: Walgreen’s drugstore
DG: Dollar General
FD: Family Dollar
WYB: Where you buy.
YMMV: Your mileage may vary
P&G: Proctore & Gamble
RP: Redplum sunday coupon insert
SS: SmartSource sunday coupon insert
Amazing! You just learned another language- Coupon Lingo. ☻