Guide to Coupon Lingo

A lot of the time you will see me use abbreviations for words that couponers are very familiar with. Any confusion as to what CAT means or what the heck is a Doubler? Check here, hopefully your questions will be answered!

Abbreviation Definitions: (In Alphabetical Order)

BOGO: Buy One, Get One

B2GO: Buy Two, Get One

Blinkie Coupons: Coupons found in your grocery store on the aisles that are in boxes with blinkie lights!

CAT: A coupon that prints at the register after you have paid, usually good on your next purchase.

Doubler or Twice the Value Coupon: Albertsons store coupons that will double your manufacturer coupons up to $1.00.

FAR: Free After Rebate

IPQ: Internet Printable Coupon

MFR: Manufacturer Coupon

MIR: Mail-In Rebate

OYNO: On your next order/purchase

OOP: Out of Pocket

Peelie: Coupons found on product packaging that peel off.

P&G: Proctor & Gamble Sunday Paper Coupon Inserts

RP: Red Plum Sunday Paper Coupon Inserts

RR: Register Rewards - Good at Walgreens, Like a Catalina

SCR: Single Check Rebate - Rite Aid's Rebate Program

SS: Smart Source Sunday Paper Coupon Inserts

UPC: (Universal Product Code) Product Bar Codes

WYB: When You Buy

YMMV: You mileage may vary. Sometimes your store may not be participating or you may run into issues at the register.