Friday, July 8, 2011

Have you read some of the great blogs out there or looked at the coupon matchup sites and wondered if you had been transported to a foreign country where you don't understand the language? 
Well fear not, I will decode the language for you and make it as easy to understand as C-A-T!

Here is a list of the most commonly used acronyms and abbreviations.

Q = coupon
RP = Red Plum insert (from the Sunday newspaper)
SS = Smart Source insert (from the Sunday newspaper)
PG = Proctor and Gamble insert (from the Sunday newspaper)
ea = each
wyb = when you buy (typically followed by a number, ie: $1 ea wyb2 means $1 each when you buy 2)
oop = out of pocket
bogo = buy one get one
EB or ECB = Extra bucks/Extra care bucks Rewards from CVS
RR = register rewards from Walgreens
MIR = mail in rebate

I'm sure there are more... as I run across them or they come to mind I will update this list!

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