Coupon Lingo

Below you will find abbreviations of terms I use frequently on my posts.

Sunday Inserts

SS-Smart Source
PG-Proctor & Gamble
RP-Red Plum
GM-General Mills

Store Rewards
RR-Walgreen Register Reward Cash
ECB-CVS Extra Care Bucks Cash
UP-Rite Aid Up Reward Cash

WYB-when you buy
PC-price cut
ONYO-on your next purchase
Roll-use the reward to pay for your next purchase
OOP-out of pocket
TPC-temporary price cut
SCR-single check rebates
B1G1 or BOGO-buy one get one free
B2G1-buy two get one free
Filler-when your purchase goes into the negative or you need to add to your purchase to use certain coupons
Catalina-machine that prints coupons at grocery/drug stores
Rain Check- When an item is out of stock, you ask for a rain check. When the item is back in stock you take your coupons, rain check ticket and get the item(s) for the sale price and the reward (RR, ECB or UP).
Peelies-coupons from on the product.
Tearpad-Sticky pad with coupons.
Blinkies-little black boxes that spit out coupons.
HTH-Hope This Helps
PSA-Prices Start At
RTD-Richmond Times Dispatch

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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