B1G1: buy one get one free
B1G2: buy one get two free
Catalina: Catalina coupon machines are located at the register and print coupons that may be used on a future purchase. Catalinas refer to the coupons themselves which may be manufacturer or store coupons are advertised and some are unadvertised.
ECB: Extra Care Bucks – these are rewards that print on your CVS receipt
IP: Internet Printable Coupon
IVC: instant value coupon found at Walgreen’s
MIR: Mail in rebate
OOP: out of pocket
OYNO: on your next order- a catalina coupon printed out of that little printer at Shaws
PG: Proctor and Gamble – monthly coupon insert that comes out the first Sunday of each month
RR: Register Rewards- these are the ” catalina coupons” that print out at Walgreen’s.
RP: Red Plum- coupon inserts in your Sunday paper
SS: SmartSource- coupon inserts in your Sunday paper
UP: This is a reward that prints on your receipt when you buy the specified product at Rite Aid
SCR: Single Check Rebate associated with Rite Aid’s Rewards Program
WYB: when you buy
PSA: Prices Start At
Rolling: Roll your “cash” over to the next transaction
Overage: when a coupon is more than free and will take additional money of your final price
Stacking: When you pair or atack a manufacture’s coupon with a specific store coupon.
When we write up deals you will see:
.75/1 SS 4/10
This means $0.75 off 1 item and the coupon is found in the SmartSource dated for April 10th.