BOGO: Buy one get one free
Blinkie: Coupon found in a blinking machine at the grocery store
Catalina: Coupon that prints out with your receipt
ECB: CVS’ Extra Care Bucks
IP: Internet printable coupon
Insert: Coupons inserted in a newspaper (normally SmartSource and Redplum)
MIR: Mail-in rebate
MQ: Manufacturer’s coupon
P&G: Proctor & Gamble Insert (occasionally found in a newspaper)
Peelie: A coupon able to be peeled off the packaging of a product
RP: Redplum Insert
RR: Register Rewards (at Walgreens)
SS: SmartSource Insert
Tearpad: Coupon found on a  pad of paper at the grocery store that has the ability to be torn off
WYB: When you buy

 

Example of a transaction:
Awesome Product @ $2.99
-$1/1 (9/20 SS)

This means that there is a product being sold at $2.99. You can use a one dollar off one item coupon found in the September 20thedition of the SmartSource.

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