Getting Started with Coupons: Abbreviations

When you read coupon match-ups here at My Mommy World or on other coupon sites, you might see a lot of abbreviations that you don’t understand.  I’ve put together a list of the most common abbreviations that you might come across to help you!

SS=Smart Source, a coupon insert in the Sunday paper

RP=Red Plum, a coupon insert in the Sunday paper

PG=Proctor and Gamble coupon insert in the Sunday paper

BOGO or B1G1=Buy one, get one

B1G1 50% off= Buy one, get one 50% off

OYNO=On your next order

WYB=When you buy

ECB=Extra Care Bucks (at CVS)

MQ=Manufacturer’s Coupon

MIR=Mail-in rebate

OOP=Out of pocket

YMMV=Your mileage may vary (i.e., some stores will allow certain transactions, but others may not)


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4 thoughts on “Getting Started with Coupons: Abbreviations”

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    This is really helpful!! I have been couponing for years, but have friends that are just getting started. I will share this link w/ them 😉

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