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Coupon jargon got you down? Here’s a handy list of common coupon abbreviations and what they stand for:
BOGO or B1G1= Buy One, Get One Free
SS 4/4=This means a coupon is located in the Smart Source Insert on April 4th. The coupon inserts all have the date on them on their spine.
P&G=Procter & Gamble
OOP=Out of Pocket Expense
RR=Walgreens Register Rewards
Blinkies=Coupons found in little display setups in the store by the products that blink at you as you walk by to grab your attention
Peelies=Coupons that are on the actual product that you peel off
Tearpads=Coupons on display in store typically with the product, you tear the coupon off the pad
IP’s=Internet Printed Coupons
Catalina=coupon that prints out at the register after your purchase
Stacking Coupons=Using both a Store Q & a Mfr. Q on a single item (you can really maximize your savings that way)
If you have any questions at all about coupons, don’t hesitate to contact me. You can either leave a comment in one of my posts or click on the email icon on my homepage (right sidebar).