Common Couponing Abbreviations | The Savings Wife

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Common Couponing Abbreviations



Ever wonder what all the Abbreviations Mean?  Here is a Quick list to get you started.  



$1/1 =  This means $1 off of one
2/$1 =  This means you get 2 products for $1 or $0.50 each
B1G1 or BOGO = Buy One, Get One
Coupon or Store Matchups – listing store sales with available coupons 
Printable = coupon that you print online
Insert = coupons found in the Sunday newspaper
Peelie or blinkie = coupon found in the store aisles, located in little  machines that spit out the coupons or on a product.
Catalina = a coupon that prints at the register with your receipt
MFR = manufacturer’s coupon
MIR = Mail in Rebate
RP = RedPlum coupon
SS = SmartSource coupon
P&G = Proctor & Gamble coupon
GM = General Mills coupon
ECB = ExtraCare Bucks; coupon reward from CVS
RR = Register Rewards; coupon reward from Walgreens
SCR = Single Check Rebate; rebate rewards from Rite Aid

Check out my Coupon Database to search for Coupons by brand or Product!


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