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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Coupon Lingo---What I really mean

Coupon Lingo---What I really mean                       Guest Post

Coupon Lingo:

B1G1, BOGO, B1G1F – “Buy 1, Get 1 Free”

$0.50/1- Fifty cents off one item

$0.50/2-Fifty cents off 2 items

DND5 - Coupon says Do Not Double, but the bar code starts with a 5, most computers will still double it

Blinkies - Coupon dispensed near product, in the store (usually from a “blinking” red box)

Catalina - Coupon dispensed at the register at the time of purchase (on separate paper)

Peelie - Coupon that you peel off the package

Tear Pad - Pad of refund forms or coupons found hanging from a store shelf or display

FAR - Free After Rebate

MQ - Manufacturer coupon

MIR - Mail in Rebate

OOP - Out Of Pocket

PG - Proctor & Gamble Sunday insert coupons

RP - Red Plum Sunday insert coupons

SS - Smart Source Sunday insert coupons

Regional - Coupon value only distributed to a certain area

UPC - “Universal Product Code”. It is that box of black lines that the checker passes over the scanner at the checkout.

WYB - When You Buy

CRT - Cash Register Tape (coupon that prints on your receipt)

ECB - Extra Care Buck (CVS)

IVC - Instant Value Coupon (Walgreens store coupon, found in Walgreens Easy Saver Catalog and on in store tear pads)

RR - Register Rewards (these are the Catalinas that print out at Walgreens)

SCR- Single Check Rebate (rebate system at Rite Aid)

+UPReward or +UPR these are like EBCs from CVS, you have to have a wellness card to receive the extra savings. Fairly new to Rite Aid.

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