To a new couponer speaking coupon is important for understanding the real value of the offer.
So to help make couponing easier to understand, here are some commonly used couponing abbreviations.
BOGO: Buy One Get One — This is usually followed by free or half off.
ECB: Extra Care Bucks — Vouchers printed with your receipt that act as money toward your next purchase at CVS.
MIR: Mail-in rebate — These are items that you pay for at the register, but mail in a rebate form or a barcode to receive money back.
PG: Procter & Gamble — One of the three types of coupon inserts you will find in your Sunday newspaper.
RP: Red Plum — The second type of coupon insert you may find in your Sunday newspaper.
RR: Register Rewards — Vouchers printed with your receipt that act as money toward your next purchase at Walgreens.
SS: Smart Source — This is the third type of coupon insert you may find in your Sunday newspaper.
WYB: When You Buy — For when you need to purchase multiple items to get a bigger savings
Please fee free to add your comments and other abbreviations.