The Lingo

Lingo from the Coupon World!

The Sunday Inserts:
SS: SmartSource
RP: Red Plum
P&G: Proctor and Gamble
GM: General Mills

Other Lingo:
Blinkies: A blinking box, found in aisles of stores that spits out manufacturer coupons.

Tearpads: A pad of manufacturer coupons found in store next to products.

Peelies: Peel off coupons found on products.

Double coupons or Doubles: When a store doubles a manufacturer coupon up to a certain amount. Or Twice the Value coupons, that you use with a manufacturer coupon to double the manufacturer coupon to twice the value up to a certain amount.

Stacking coupons: When you use both a manufacturer coupon and a store coupon on one item.

CAT: A coupon that prints from a seperate machine that is triggered after buying a certain amount of select products.

RR: Register Rewards, a catalina from Walgreens

VV: Video Values coupon found on Rite aids website. After watching the videos you get coupons to print.

+Up Rewards: A coupon printed at bottom of Rite Aids receipt to use on next purchase at Rite Aid.

IP: Internet Printable

OOP: Out of Pocket

B1G1 or BOGO: Buy one Get one free

B2G1: Buy 2 Get one free

NLA: No Longer Available

ALA: As Low As

$1/2: $1 off 2 items

ETS: Excludes Trial Sizes

UPC: Universal Product Code

Q: Coupon

WYB: When you buy

YMMV: Your Mileage May Vary

Wags: Walgreens

Store coupon: Coupon that states a certain store it can be used at.

OYNP: On your next purchase

OOS: Out of Stock

Exp: Expiration date, or expired

FAR: Free After Rebate

MFR: Manufacturer

MIR: Mail in Rebate

DND:: Do Not Double

GC: Gift Card

MM: Money Maker