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COUPON 'LINGO'

Post by TheScribbler on Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:17 pm

Blinkies –
In Store Smartsource coupon dispensed near the product, usually from red blinking box.

BOGO or B1G1 -
Buy One, Get One Free

Catalina -
Coupon dispensed at register after purchase, usually has a red border.

C/O -
Cents off coupon.

Codes -
Refunds that require only a UPC# written on a cash register tape.

Cpns-
Manufacturer's coupons.

CRT -
Cash register tape.

DCRT-
Dated cash register tape.

DCRTC -
Dated cash register tape with the price circled.

DND -
Do Not Double.

Double Coupon -
Coupon that a grocery store doubles in value.

FL -
Food Lion (Grocery Store).

Free Item Coupon -
A coupon that allows you to get a free product.

FSI -
Free Standing inserts. These are the actual term to the coupons you get in your Sunday newspaper. Also referred to as SS coupons or insert coupons.

HT or HgT -
Hang tags for refunds or coupons hanging on a product.

HT -
Harris Teeter (Grocery Store).

HTH -
Hope This Helps.

ISO -
In Search Of.

LTD -
Limited.

MFG or MFR -
Manufacturer

Money + -
Premiums that require money in addition to a proof of purchase.

NAZ -
Name, Address, Zip Code.

NB -
National Brand.

NBQ -
National Brand Qualifier.

NED -
No Expiration Date.

OAS -
A coupon that is good on one purchase, any size.

OSI -
On a single item.

OYNSO -
On Your Next Shopping Order.

POP -
Proof Of Purchase.

PP -
Purchase Price

Q or Qualifier -
The proof of purchase required for a refund offer that is physically taken from that package.

SASE -
Self Addressed Stamped Envelope.

SF -
Store Form.

SMP -
Specially Marked Packages.

Super Doubles –
Coupons that are doubled $1 + in value (example: $1 coupon = $2,etc).

Tear pad -
A pad of refund forms found hanging from a store shelf or display.

Triple Coupon –
A coupon that a grocery store triples in value.

TRU -
Toys-R-Us

UPC -
Universal Product Code

WD -
Winn Dixie

WSL -
While Supplies Last.

YMMV - Your Mileage May Vary
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Re: COUPON 'LINGO'

Post by JanJ on Sat Dec 27, 2008 6:16 pm

The only thing I know about couponing is taking a coupon in and
getting cents off or for free. Around here there is no double
couponing and we only have two stores, Fred Meyer and Safeway.
I read somewhere about these women who coupon and get all of this food for almost free, it showed pictures of their pantries, wow,
tons of food.
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