Sunday Coupon Inserts. These are the names of the different inserts you’ll find in your Sunday newspaper. Sometimes, I’ll give you these abbreviations accompanied with the date the newspaper came out, not that it means anything to anyone:

SS – Super Saver
RP – Red Plum (called Valassis sometimes, too)
PG/P&G – Procter & Gamble
GM – General Mills
KG – Kellogg

Other abbreviations:

B1G1 or BOGO – buy one get one
CRT = Cash Register Tape (a coupon printed at the end of a CVS receipt)
MIR – mail in rebate
RR – register reward (Walgreens)
ECB – Extra Care Bucks (CVS)
FAR – free after rebate
ESC and ESR – EasySaver Rebate and EasySaver Catalog (Walgreens)
IVC – instant value coupon (Walgreens – refers to EasySaver coupon)
OOP – out of pocket
YMMV – your mileage may vary. Means all stores may not accept or participate.
IP – internet printable
MFR, MC or MQ – manufacturers coupon
PSA – prices start at
Q – coupon
SCR – single check rebate (Rite Aid)
WYB – when you buy

Catalina – coupons for $$ off your next purchase that print out alongside your receipt at the register.
Stack – use two coupons together. For example, Walgreens allows you to use a Walgreens store coupon with a manufacturers coupon on the same item.
Peelies – coupons you find on the product itself (peels off)
Blinkies – sm coupon machines found in many stores that spit out coupons. They have a blinking light, hence the name.
Hangtags – just what it sounds like. Coupon is on a tag that hangs from the product.
Tearpads – just what it sounds like. Usually tearpad coupons hang on shelves near the product.


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