Saturday, October 29, 2011

Coupon Lingo

SS? P&G? RP? BOGO? What does that all mean? Let me tell you!

The following is a deal listed on  Fabulously Frugal's website:
Dr. Pepper Ten $1.69
Free Dr. Pepper Ten 10/9/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/21/2011)
Final price: FREE! (source)
They have listed the date the insert came out, the insert it came from, and the coupon's expiration date. Most websites will do this for you to make it easy!

List of inserts:
General Mills (GM)
Proctor and Gamble (P&G or PG)
Red Plum (RP)
Smart Source (SS)

Deal abbreviations.:
Buy one, get one (BOGO)
Buy one, get one (B1G1)
Buy x, get x ex:(B2G1)
Dollar off / # of product ($3/2, $1/1)

Other terms:
Catalina: Coupon printed from machine at register based on purchase. Good for future purchase. (Sometimes these are store specific.)
UP Rewards: Rite Aid's reward program. Spends like cash on next Rite Aid purchase
Register Rewards: Walgreen's reward program. Spends like cash on next Walgreen's purchase.
Instant Rebate: Rebate is deducted at time of purchase.
Mail-in Rebate: Customer must submit rebate form. (or electronically where applicable)



For a more in depth look at coupon lingo and for others not listed here:
http://fabulesslyfrugal.com/lingo
http://thekrazycouponlady.com/beginners/

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