$$/$$ – This means $ off when you spend $ amount. Example: $5/$30 is $5 off your purchase when you spend $30. (Check to see if the amount has to be before or after coupons to apply.)
B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free (B1G2 is Buy One Get Two Free etc.)
Blinkie = A coupon that prints out at a machine in the store. They are located by the product associated with that particular coupon.
BOGO = Buy One Get One Free
Cash Register Tape = Your Receipt. Also referred to as CRT.
CAT = Catalina. A coupon that prints out at the register that is either $$ off your next purchase or $$ off a certain product. Note: These are sometimes delayed in printing so wait a minute before walking away from the register. If you think you were supposed to get one and didn’t, talk to the cashier/manager and explain.
Double Coupons = This is the term used when stores will double a coupon’s value. Example, if you have a $1 off coupon, they’ll take $2 off.
ECB = Extra Care Bucks. Exclusive to CVS. They work like cash on your next order. (Some restrictions do apply.)
Internet Printable = A coupon that can be printed online. Also refered to as IP or Printable.
OOP = Out-of-Pocket. This is the amount of money that you have spent after coupons, ECBs, RRs, Catalinas (See terms for explanations)
OYNO = On Your Next Order. Used when refering to coupons that you can use on your next order at that store. (Sometimes Competitors will take them.)
Peelie = Coupons found on products in the store.
PG = Proctor & Gamble. Lots and lots of products.
Raincheck = A slip you can ask for in the store when an item’s on sale and out-of-stock.
RP = Red Plum. This is a coupon insert that you’ll either find in your paper or the mail.
Register Rewards = Exclusive to Walgreens. They work like cash on your next order.
Triple Coupons = This is the term used when stores will triple a coupon’s value. Example, if you have a $1 off coupon, they’ll take $3 off. Stores vary on how often they do this ranging from never, always, on occasion or specific days of the week. Some stores may also set a maximum value limit. Example, no coupons over $2 and only 10 per transaction/day.
WT = Wine Tag. These are coupons that you’ll find hanging on the wine bottles in the stores.
YMMV = Your Mileage (Manager) May Vary. This is what you’ll see when someone finds a deal but they want you to know that your store branch may not offer the same deal.
WYB = When You Buy