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Coupon Lingo


Coupon Lingo

Here is a list of codes I have put together for you to help you learn the Coupon Lingo.

It is pretty easy to learn. You just might have to come back to this page a few times.

AR: After rebate

BOGO: Buy1, Get1FREE

B1G2: Buy1, Get2FREE

CAT:  Catalina; coupon machine next to register.

CRT: Cash Register Receipt

DOLLAR DOUBLER: Store coupons that allow you to double a $1 Manufacture coupon.

CPN: Coupon

EB:  CVS extra bucks, also known as ECB’s.

E-Coupons – Electronic coupons may be downloaded onto your store loyalty card or cell phone. Grocery coupons must be downloaded to your loyalty card and will be deducted automatically when you swipe your card at checkout. These can be downloaded directly from your grocer’s website.

FS: Free Shipping

GM: General Mills Coupon Insert

In-ad Q: The coupon is found in the flyer (In advertisement coupon)

IP: Internet printable coupons may be printed right from your home computer. Limited to only 2 prints per device.

LTC: Load-to-card

MCM: Magic coupon machine, red coupon machine at CVS.

MIR: Mail-In Rebate

NLA: No Longer Available

One coupon per transaction: Means you can only use one coupon for each transaction even if you have more of the same coupon. Tip: You can break up your purchases in different transactions.

One Coupon per Purchase: You are able to use 1 coupon per item.

OOP: Out of pocket

OOS: Out of stock

OYNO: On your next order

P&G: Proctor and Gamble Coupon Insert

Peelie: Coupon found right on a product that you peel off to use.

PSA: Prices starting at

PSP: Pre-sale price

Q: Coupon

RA:  Rite-Aid

Rain Check: 

  • A Rain Check is a written slip that you can request from a store when a sale item is out of stock.
  • When the store restocks the item, after the sale period is over, a rain check entitles you to purchase for the previous sale price.
  • A store may include an expiration date as well as a quantity limit on your rain check.

R: Retailmenot coupon insert (formerly RedPlum-RP)

RR: Register rewards; only at Walgreen’s, also known as WAGS


  • Join for free and register your drugstore and grocery loyalty cards. (for example, your Stop and Shop card, Kmart card, Shaw’s Card, Shoprite card, etc.)
  • Click on the e-coupons that you want to get and they will be linked to all of your registered store loyalty cards.
  • When you use your loyalty card @ checkout your savings are automatically added to your SavingStar account w/in 2-30 days depending on the store.
  •  Once your accumulated savings in your SavingStar account reach $5, you can pick your payout from a deposit into your bank or PayPal account, or a donation to American Forests.

SS: Smart Source Coupon Insert

Stacking Coupons:  Stacking coupons refers to using both a store and a manufacturer coupon on one product. Only one manufacturer coupon may be used per item.

Tear Pad: A pad of manufacturer coupons found near products on shopping aisles. Tear pad manufacturer coupons may be used at any store, not just the one where you found the coupon.

UP+: Up + Rewards from Rite-Aid

WYB: When you buy

Examples of Coupon Inserts – how to read them

  • 12/04/15 GM (Dec 4, 2016)  General Mills Insert
  • 1/15/12 SS, (Jan 15, 2016) Smart Source Insert
  • 1/29/12 PG, (Jan 29, 2016), Proctor and Gamble Insert
  • 1/22/12 R, (Jan 22, 2016), Retailnenot Coupon Insert


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