What Coupon Abbreviations Should I know?
How can you be an expert couponer without knowing coupon abbreviations? Here are a few abbreviations that may help you navigate your way to saving money while shopping.
B1G1 or BOGO= Buy 1 Get 1. You may either buy 1 product and get one free or buy one product and get one 50% off, or heavily discounted.
BRICKS COUPON= A printable coupon, that may be printed twice.
CAT= Catalina Coupon- Coupons that are printed at the register.
CRT= Cash Register Tape- Coupons printed at the bottom of your receipt
ECB= Extra Care Bucks- Coupons that reward you for your purchase. You may use them on your next transaction. Many grocery stores have this feature.
GM= General Mills- Coupons found in the Sunday Newspaper
INSERT= Coupons in the mail or newspaper
IP= Coupons printed from the Internet
MIR= Mail in Rebate- Mail in your savings to get your money back
MM= Money Maker- A deal that allows you to save more than you spent
MQ= Manufacturer coupon
Peelle= A coupon that you peal from a package
Q= A coupon
S and RP= Coupons found in the Sunday newspaper
WYB= When You Buy- When you need to buy more than one of something to get the deal
Keep these abbreviations in mind the next time you look for your coupons. They may help you understand the coupons better. Now you can be an expert couponer and start saving!