Coupon Lingo

Posted by on Mar 3, 2011

Here is a list of definitions for common coupon terms:

$1/2 – $1 off 2 items
2/$1 – 2 items for $1
B1G1 – Buy one get one
B2G1 – Buy two get one
Blinkies – The machines at the store that hold coupons you can grab to use right then on your purchase. They are usually red and having a little “blinking” light.
BOGO – Buy one get one
ECB – Extra Care Bucks (coupon that prints at the end of your transaction that can be used on a future purchase at CVS)
FF – Firefox Browser
Hangtags – Coupons Hanging from shelf by or in front of item
IE – Internet Explorer Browser
Mfr – Manufacturer’s coupon
MIR – Mail in rebate
OOP – Out of Pocket expense
Peelies – Coupons that you can peel off of packages.
PG – Procter and Gamble coupon insert from newspaper
Printable – A coupon that you print from on-line
RP – RedPlum coupon insert from newspaper or mail
RR – Register Rewards which is a coupon that prints at the end of your transaction that can be used on a future purchase at Walgreens.
SS – Smart Source Coupon insert from newspaper
Stacking – Using a manufacturer’s coupon with a store coupon or using more than one online coupon code.
Wags – Walgreens