Coupon Jargon

AC: After Coupons
BC: Before Coupons
BLINKIE: a machine that spits out coupons.
BOGO, BOGOF, B1G1: Buy One, Get One Free!
CAT or Catalina: A coupon that prints out at the register, based on what you buy.
DCRT: Dated cash register receipt.
ECB: Extra Care Buck (CVS)
ETS: Excludes Travel Size
FAR: Free After Rebate
GC: Gift Card
GM: General Mills insert found in the Sunday paper
HTH: Hope that Helps
MFR: Manufacturer
MIR: mail-in-rebate
MQ: Manufacturer Coupon
ONYO: On Your Next Order
OOP: Out-of-pocket expense
PEELIES: Found on products. Stuck on like a sticker.
PG: Proctor & Gamble insert found in the Sunday paper.
POP: Proof of purchase (like a UPC)
Q or CPN: Coupon
RP: Red Plum insert found in the Sunday paper.
RR: Register Reward (Walgreens)
SCR: Single Check Rebate (Rite Aid)
SP: Stock Pile
SS: Smart Source insert found in the Sunday paper.
TEAR PAD: A pad of refund forms or coupons hanging on a shelf at the store.
TMF: Try Me Free offer
UPC: Universal Product Code.
WYB: when you buy
WSL: while supplies last
X “date”: Expiration date
YMMV-Your Mileage May Vary (A deal may work for someone else, but may not for you.)