• $1/1 or $1/2 – A dollar off one item or a dollar off two items (etc)
  • 2/$1 – Two items for a dollar
  • AC – After Coupon
  • Addy – Address
  • B1G1 – Purchase one item and get an item free (buy 1 get 1)
  • Beep – The sound a register makes when it recognizes a coupon discount is scanned
  • Blinkies – Coupon dispensers with flashing lights
  • BTFE – Box tops for education
  • Catalina – Coupons that print along with your receipt
  • CLFE – Campbell's labels for education
  • CRT – Cash register tape (reference to coupons for CVS coupons that print on the receipt
  • Ea. – Each
  • ECBs – Extra Care Bucks (CVS Loyalty program)
  • ETS – Excludes trial sizes
  • Exp. – Expires
  • FAR – Free after rebate
  • FSOT – For sale or trade
  • GC – Gift Card
  • GDA – Good deal alert
  • IDSO – In desperate search of…
  • IP – Internet printable
  • ISO – In search of
  • IVC – Instant Value Coupon (Walgreen's store coupons found in ads)
  • MANU – Manufacture coupon
  • MIR – Mail In Rebate
  • NAZ – Name, address, & Zip required for coupon use
  • NED – No expiration date
  • OYNO – On your next order
  • OOP – Out of Pocket
  • OOS – Out of Stock
  • Peelie – Coupons that peel off packaging
  • POP – Proof of purchase
  • PSA – Prices start at
  • RC – Rain check
  • RP – Red Plum coupons
  • RRs – Register Rewards (specific name for Walgreen's Catalina Coupons)
  • Q – Coupon
  • SF – Store form (forms found only good at one store)
  • SMP – Specially marked packages
  • SS – Smart Source coupons
  • Stacking – Use of manufacturer and store coupons
  • UPC – Universal Product Code (bar code)
  • Tearpad – Pad with coupons attached to product shelves
  • TMF – Try me free
  • WSL – While supplies last (no rain checks issued)
  • WYB – When you buy
  • YMMV – Your mileage may vary OR your manager might vary (refers to eligibility for offer varying by store)$1/1 or $1/2 – A dollar off one item or a dollar off two items (etc)