Couponing Lingo

Having trouble figuring out all of the abbreviations and lingo?  Check out this list for more info:  

B1G1:  buy 1 get 1 free

BOGO:  buy 1 get 1 free

B1G1 50%:  buy 1 get 1 half off

WYB:  when you buy

MFG:  manufacturer coupon

MFR:  manufacturer coupon

exp:  expires

ECB:  Extra Care Bucks @ CVS (Prints @ the bottom of your receipt when you purchase an item that earns Extra Care Bucks and spends like CASH on your next purchase!!!!  Is not read as a "coupon" by store computers.)

RR:  Register Rewards @ Walgreens (Prints as an extra ticket that the cashier will hand you with your receipt.  Functions as a COUPON toward your next purchase.  Be careful!  If you have a coupon for the item you purchase at Walgreens next time and you also present your RR, the computer will not accept it unless you buy an extra item.  Hint:  buy the cheapest candy bar you can find.  The computer doesn't care what the item is as long as you have the same # of coupons as items in your basket!)

SS:  Smart Source Coupon Insert

RP:  Red Plum Coupon Insert

PG:  Proctor & Gamble Coupon Insert

$/x:  amount off when you buy a certain number of items
Example:  $0.50/2 means $0.50 off (total) when you buy 2 of this product

x/$:  number of items you can get for that total cost.
Example:  2/$1 means get two of these for $1 total

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