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Coupon Slang, Acronyms and Abbreviations Commonly Used by WUC

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Coupon Slang, Acronyms and Abbreviations Commonly Used

$.75/1 – $.75 off 1 product
$.50/2 – $.50 off 2 products
AR – After Rebate
AYOR – At Your Own Risk
B1G1 or BOGO – Buy One Get One Free
B5G1 – Buy FIVE Get One Free
BC/AC – Before/After Coupons
Blinkie – SmartSource machine with a red blinking light on it. Coupons are thus referred to as ‘ Blinkies’
BTFE – Box Tops for Education
CAT – Coupon that prints from a Catalina machine at the register.
CC – Concealed Cash
CH – Clearing House
CLFE – Campbell’s Labels For Education
C/O – Cents Off
CRT – Cash register tape (receipt)
DEAD – Refers to a dead deal, or that the offer is no longer valid
DND – Do Not Double
ECB – Extra Care Buck (earned at CVS)
ENVIE – Envelope
ES – Easy Saver, seen at Walgreens rebate booklet
ETS – Excludes Trial Sizes
EX or X. – Expires on
FAR – Free after rebate
FS – Free Shipping
FSOT – For Sale or Trade
FWIW – For what it’s worth
GC – Gift Card
GDA – Good Deal Alert
GM – General Mills Insert, a booklet of coupons that appears in newspapers every month or two.
HBA – Health & Beauty Section in the store
IDSO – in desperate search of
INSERTS – Coupon booklets found in the Sunday paper
IP – Internet Printable coupon
ISO – In Search Of (basically you need it)
IVC – Instant value coupons – seen in Walgreens rebate booklet
IVDSO – In very desperate search of
MFR – Manufacturer
MIR – Mail In Rebate
MQ – Manufacturer coupon
MRP – Manufacturer’s retail price
NED – No Expiration Date
NFN – No Form Needed
NIB – New in Box
NIP – New in Package
OAS – A Coupon that is good on one Purchase, Any Size
OOP – Out Of Pocket
OOS – Out of Stock
OYNO -On Your Next Order
P&G – Proctor & Gamble (Sunday Booklet Coupons)
Peelie – Coupon found attached to a product. You have to peel it off.
POP – Proof of purchase
PSA – Prices Starting At
Q – Coupon
QQ – Coupon Queen
RAOK – random act of kindness (means you will give the coupons away free)
RC – Rain-check
RP – Red Plum (Sunday Booklet Coupons) (formerly Valassis)
RR – Register Reward from Walgreens – use as a $ off coupon on your next purchase
SASE – Self addressed stamped envelope
SCR – Rite Aid Single Check Rebate
SMP – Specially marked package
SRP – Suggested retail price
SS – Smart Source (Sunday Booklet Coupons)
STACKING – Often stores will allow the use of more than one coupon per item, IF the coupon itself does not restrict such usage. (Usually store Q + mfr Q)
SUPER DOUBLES or DOUBLES – coupons that are doubled $1 + in value (IE, a $1 coupon – $2, etc)
TEARPAD – A pad of forms/coupons found hanging from a store shelf or display
TMF – Try Me Free – mail in rebate for full amount of product
TRIPLE COUPON – A coupon that a grocery store triples in value
TRU – Toys R Us
UPC – Universal Product Code, barcode on the product
WAGS – Walgreens
WL – Wish list
WM – Walmart
WSL – While supplies last
WUCWe Use Coupons (refers to the site)
WUCkie – Member of WUC
WYB – When You Buy
YMMV – Your Mileage May Vary (“Worked for me, may not work for you”)

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Source: http://www.weusecoupons.com/start-here/abbreviation-legend/

 

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