Coupon Lingo

11 Apr

If you are new to couponing, you may be looking at blogs, weekly matchups, and shopping scenarios asking what does BOGO or WYB mean?  Here is a list of commonly used abbreviations in the coupon world!!

  • BOGO or B1G1 – Buy one get one
  • DND – Do Not Double (a coupon that cannot be doubled)
  • ECBorECBs – Extra Care Bucks (CVS)
  • GM – General Mills Insert
  • MFG or MFR – Manufacturer
  • MIR – Mail in rebate
  • MM – Money Maker
  • OOP – Out of Pocket, cash paid at time of transaction
  • OYNO – On your next order
  • OYNP – On your next purchase
  • Overage – When the value of the coupon exceeds the price of the item.
  • PEELIE – A coupon found on a package or item
  • PG or P&G – Proctor and Gamble Insert
  • PRINTABLE – Printable coupon
  • PSA – Prices starting at
  • RP – Redplum Coupon insert
  • RR or RRs – Register Rewards (Walgreens)
  • SS – Smart Source Coupon Insert
  • STACK – Using a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon for the same item
  • WYB – When you buy
  • WYS – When you spend

Is there one you have seen that I don’t have listed?  Just ask!

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