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Couponing 101: Coupon Lingo June 24, 2011

Filed under: Couponing 101 — extremecouponqueen @ 10:33 pm

Abbreviations explained!

 

SS: Smart Source, a coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper

RP: Red Plum, a coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper

PG, P&G: Proctor & Gamble, a coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper

Man, MQ: Manufacturer’s coupon

OOP: Out of pocket

OOS: Out of stock

EB, ECB: Extra Care Buck, the CVS rewards program, prints on your receipt

$1.00/1: The coupon value, such as one dollar off one

Filler item: A small item, something inexpensive, to use when your total is negative and make it positive (most stores, with the exception of Walmart, will not pay you the difference)

Overage, Free plus overage: When the value of a coupon exceeds the price of the item. For example: An item is on sale for $2 and you have a $3 off coupon, netting you $1 towards the rest of your purchase.

 

Let me know if I missed any and if you have any questions about what I’ve posted!

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2 Responses to “Couponing 101: Coupon Lingo”

  1. Jamie Says:

    Haha! I’m so glad you wrote this!

  2. Haha! I should have written it a long time ago!


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