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Just learning to coupon? Learn Coupon Lingo- Fast!

If you're just starting out couponing, you will find it necessary to know coupon lingo.

Coupon lingo is a set of abbreviations that couponers use to share information on deals.

It's very easy to learn, so we are here to help you.

1. SS – Smart Source coupon insert

2. PG – Procter and Gamble coupon insert

3. RP – Red Plum coupon insert

4. RMN – Retail Me Not coupon insert

5. GM – General Mills coupon insert

6. CAT – Catalina coupon (Manufacturer coupons that print out from a little machine at the register, triggered by what you buy.)

7. OYNO – On Your Next Order (another way to describe a Catalina coupon)

8. Tear Pad – A pad of refund forms or coupons hanging on a shelf

9..Blinkie – Machine that spits out coupons

10. Peelie – Sticker-like coupon found on products

11. CRT – A CVS Store coupon that spits out of the Red Coupon Kiosk when you scan your Extra Care Bucks card

12. ECB – Extra Care Bucks Reward Earned to spend like cash at CVS

13. RR – Register Rewards – Reward Earned to spend like cash at Walgreens (restrictions apply)

14. VC – Instant Value Coupon – Walgreens Store Coupon found in their monthly coupon booklet

15. SCR – Single Check Rebate (Rite Aid)

16. NLA – No longer available to print but still valid if you printed the coupon

17. MIR – Mail-in Rebate

18. MQ – Manufacturer Coupon

19. IP – Internet Printable Coupon

20. BOGO or B1G1 – Buy one get one Free

21. B2G1 – Buy two get one Free

22. OOP – Out of Pocket Expense

23. DND – Do Not Double

24. Exp – Expiration Date

25. Wags – Walgreens


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