These are the inserts that you find in the Sunday paper.

SS – Smart Source
PG -Proctor & Gamble
RP -Red Plum or Valassis
GM – General Mills insert (in Treasure Valley, the Idaho Press Tribune does not get this insert).
These will often times be coupled with a date that reflect the date of the paper they came out of. Ex: RP 01/27/13 means Red Plum insert from the Jan 27th paper.
R – if you see an coupon listed as: (SS 01/27/13 R), that means it is a “Regional” coupon and you may not have it.

Store Lingo

SCR – Single Check Rebate (Rite Aid)
+UPs or +UP Rewards or UPR – Rite Aids version of a “catalina” or “register reward”
VV – Video Values Coupons (Rite Aid)
7-day coupon– coupon found in Walgreens weekly ad
NLA-No Longer Available
RR – register rewards, catalina that prints out at Walgreens when you buy specific products with a $ amount good for your next shopping trip.
BRP-Balance Reward Points that accumulate on your Walgreens card. Redeem 1000 BRP for $1 off your purchase, but be sure not to use them on a transaction you are supposed to get them on. 🙂
Twice The Value Coupon aka: Doublers – Albertsons store coupon that allows you to “double” up to three coupons per transaction. Coupons must be valued at $1.00 or less.
Round Up – Albertsons new promotion they are testing in the Idaho market. All coupons rounded up to $1.00. No limit to the amount of coupons you can use, and you don’t have to show them anything to have the coupons rounded up.
Wags– Walgreens Drug Store
Albies: Albertsons grocery store
Fredies or Freds: Fred Meyer grocery store
EB, ECB, or ExtraBucks- CVS ‘s version of a “catalina” or “register reward”

Types of Coupons

Catalina- Click for detailed info- basically it’s a printable coupon that is handed to you with your receipt at the store.
Peelies– peel off coupons found on products at stores
Blinkies-found in the aisle at the store spitting out of the blinking black box
MC or MQ– manufacturers coupon
IP– Internet printable coupon

Oh and There’s More

B1G1 -Buy One Get One Free
WYB -When You Buy
B2G1-Buy 2 Get One Free
FAR– free after rebate
MIR – Mail In Rebate
OOP– out of pocket
Stack– refers to using two coupons for 1 purchase (ex. 1 store coupon and 1 MC)
YMMV– your mileage may vary (meaning in some stores this deal will be applicable, but you may have trouble trying it with others
OYNSO – On Your Next Shopping Order
PSA-Prices Start At
CRT-Cash Register Tape (Basically coupons you get when you check out)

Internet Browsers

IE: Internet Explorer
FF: Firefox


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