Coupon Lingo: Abbreviations, Acronyms and Coupon Terms

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It can be confusing trying to make heads or tales of all the coupon abbreviations, acronyms and terms couponers use to describe shopping scenarios on blogs and in the forums. To help you out, here is a list of the most commonly used coupon acronyms and a short description to help you navigate your way to savings! If you have any questions, or if you have one that is missing please let me know or just leave a comment to add one!

 

  • ALL YOU – ALL YOU MAGAZINE (MFG. COUPON)
  • BOGO or B1G1 – BUY ONE GET ONE (FREE)
  • B&M – BRICK AND MORTAR (PHYSICAL STORES LOCATIONS)
  • CRT – CASH REGISTER TAPE
  • DND – DO NOT DOUBLE (COUPON)
  • ECB or ECBs – EXTRA CARE BUCKS (CVS)
  • GM – GENERAL MILLS COUPON INSERT
  • MFG or MFR – MANUFACTURER
  • MIR – MAIL IN REBATE
  • MM – MONEYMAKER
  • OOP – OUT OF POCKET (CASH PAID)
  • OYNO or OYNP – ON YOUR NEXT ORDER or ON YOUR NEXT PURCHASE
  • PEELIE – ON PACKAGE COUPON
  • PG or P&G – PROCTER AND GAMBLE  COUPON INSERT
  • PRINTABLE – PRINTABLE COUPON
  • PSA – PRICES STARTING AT
  • RP – REDPLUM COUPON INSERT
  • RR or RRs – REGISTER REWARDS (WALGREENS)
  • SS – SMART SOURCE COUPON INSERT
  • STACK – USE A STORE COUPON AND A MFG. COUPON ON A SINGLE ITEM
  • YMMV – YOUR MARKET MAY VARY
  • VV – VIDEO VALUE (RITE AID STORE COUPONS)
  • W-IVC – WALGREENS INSTANT VALUE COUPONS (WAGS STORE COUPON)
  • WYB – WHEN YOU BUY
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