$/$: Any example of money off purchase
$1/1: You will receive $1 off one item
$2/1: You will receive $2 off one item
B1G2: Buy 1, Get 2 Free
B2G1: Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Blinkie: The coupon machine that spits out coupons in the Grocery aisle
BOGO: Buy one, Get one Free
Catalina (CAT): Coupon that prints after you check out at the register
Closeouts: Greatly reduced items that the store will no longer carry
Doubling: When stores double a manufacturer’s Coupon value
ECB’s: Extra Care Bucks – This term will be used when referencing CVS’s reward system
Exp. : Expires / Expiration Date on Coupon or Deal
Fillers: Miscellaneous items you need to purchase to get to a coupon savings amount
IP: Internet Printable Coupon
IVC: Instant Value Coupon – found in Walgreen’s Monthly Savings Booklet
OOP: Out of Pocket
Overage: When a coupon is more than free and will take additional $ off your final price
Peelie: Peel-off coupons found right on the packaging
PSA: Prices Start At
Q’s: Slang for coupons
Rolling: Roll your store “cash” over to your next transaction
RR: Register Rewards – Walgreen’s Reward System
SCR: Single Check Rebate – associated with Rite Aid’s Rewards Program
Stacking: When you pair or stack a manufacturer’s coupon with a specific store coupon
WYB: When you Buy
YMMV: Your Mileage May Vary

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