Stop Missing Out On Savings Because of Not Understanding Couponing Lingo: How To Decode Couponing Terms!

Stop Missing Out On Savings Because of Not Understanding Couponing Lingo: How To Decode Couponing Terms!

Couponing Lingo

Does couponing lingo have you completely befuddled? If so, read on because we are going to explain some of those tricky and confusing abbreviations and codes found on coupons. We will cover some of the most common coupon abbreviations and acronyms found on your coupons or on couponing websites! It is extremely helpful to be able to understand the codes, especially if you want to become an extreme couponer!

Couponing lingo 101:

  • BOGO / B1G1- Buy one item, Get one FREE
  • BOGO 50%- Buy oneiItem Get one 50% off
  • CDB – Coupon Database
  • CRT – Cash Register Tape Coupon
  • CS- Customer Service
  • DND- Do Not Double
  • ECB- Extra Care Bucks from CVS
  • ETS- Excludes trial or excludes travel size
  • EXP- Expires
  • IP- Internet printed coupon
  • MANI- Manufacturer
  • MB2- Must buy two
  • MFG/MFR- Manufacturer coupon
  • MIR- Mail-in Rebate
  • MQ- Manufacturer’s Coupon
  • NLA- No Longer Available
  • OOP- Out Of Pocket
  • OOS- Out Of Stock
  • OYNO: On Your Next Order
  • PG: Procter & Gamble Coupon Insert
  • PP: Price Plus from ShopRite
  • PSA: Prices Start At
  • Q: Coupon
  • R: Regional
  • RC: Rain Check
  • RP: RedPlum Insert
  • RR: Register Rewards (Walgreens)
  • SCO: Self Check Ou
  • SS: SmartSource Insert
  • SYWR: Rewards Program at Sears/Kmart
  • UPC: Universal Product Code
  • WAGS: Walgreens
  • WYB: When You Buy

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