Now that you’ve learned how to use coupons correctly, it’s time to learn the couponing lingo and abbreviations used on this blog and around the web, when it comes to couponing.
$1/1—Means a coupon for $1 off 1 product
B1G1–Buy 1 Get 1
Peelie–Coupon stuck to the front of a product in store
Catalina–type of coupon that prints out at the register
Tearpad–found at customer service mostly or on display, type of coupon that you can tear off (sometimes will be a mail in form)
Blinkie–coupon found in a dispenser on store displays (usually in a red blinking dispenser)
eCoupon–internet coupons uploaded to store cards
MIR–Mail in Rebate
SS–Smart Source (insert in the Sunday Paper)
RP–Red Plum (insert in the Sunday Paper)
PG–Proctor and Gamble (insert in the Sunday Paper)
4/20 SS–Smart Source insert from the 4/20 paper
CRT–Cash Register Tape–coupon that prints on the reciept
+UP–Rite Aid store coupon rewards
SCR–Single Check Rebate, another Rite Aid reward
RR–Register Rewards, Walgreens store coupon rewards
ECB–Extra Care Buck, CVS store coupon rewards
Other Common Abbreviations
WYB–When you buy
OOP–Out of Pocket
WSL–While supplies Last
Now you should have a better idea what I, and others, are talking about when we use the “lingo”. Hopefully this helps you to be better able to navigate all of those couponing sites!
Stay tuned–we will be discussing saving money at the drug store next!