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Abbreviations! Here's what they mean... EX. SS-

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 1:51 pm    Post subject: Abbreviations! Here's what they mean... EX. SS- Reply with quote

BAR CODE or UPC - (usually found on the sides or bottom of an item/it has a series of numbers & a bar code on it)

Blinkie - these are coupons that are found in-store. Smartsource dispenses these in the store aisles & are found in the red blinking box in front of various products.

BOGO or B1G1 or B1G1F - Buy one get one free

Catalina - this a coupon that is dispensed at the register along with your store receipt. You get it after certain purchases, usually has a red border & blinks.

C/O - cents off coupon

Code - Refunds that require only a UPC# written on a CRT

Coufund - for coupons that need some proof of purchase such as UPC's attached before youi can use them in them store. This is a very rare type of coupon.

Cpn or Qpn - Coupon

CRT - Cash register tape reciept

DCRT- Dated cash register tape reciept

DCRTC - Dated cash register tape reciept with the price circled

DND - Do Not Double (the coupon is not supposed to be doubled)

Double coupon - coupon that a grocery store doubles in value - ex.: .50˘ coupons will be $1.00 off when doubled.

FAR - Free after rebate

Free Item Coupon or Freebie c/o - A coupon that allows you to get the product completely free

FSI or SS or Insert Coupon - Free Standing inserts. These are the actual term to the coupons you get in your Sunday newspaper

HBA - Health and beauty items

HT or HgT - Hang tag found hanging on a product that is a coupon, refunds or other

HTH - Hope to help

IS - In-Store (these are coupons,forms,etc. that are found in-store)

ISO - In search of

LTD - Limited (limited amount,limited area,etc.)

MFG or MFR - Manufacturer

MIR - Mail in rebate

Money + - Premiums that require money in addition to a proof of purchase

NA or N/A - in most cases this means not available or not authorized. However,if you find this in the Sunday Paper Coupons Listing,it means that it was a coupon found elsewhere(not in the Sunday paper)

NAZ - Name, address, zip code

NAZP - Name, address, zip code, phone #

NB - National Brand -aka- Name brand

NBQ - National Brand Qualifier -aka- Name brand Qualifier

NED - No expiration date

Nfp - refund form found in a newspaper

NT WT - net weight

OAS - a coupon that is good on one purchase & is good on any size

OSI - Good on a single item

OVERAGE - If a store allows a coupon to be used that is more than the value of an item,this is the amount you'll get back on top of the item being free.

P or PRINTABLE - A coupon or form that can be printed off from the website

PEELIE - A coupon that is found on package that peels off

POP - proof of purchase

PP - purchase price

PPHF - Paypal handling fee

Q or Qualifier - The POP required for a refund offer that is physically taken from that package

RAOK - Random act of kindness

RA - RiteAid store (ex. (7-31-09) RA means this coupon was found at RiteAid)

SASE - Self addressed & self stamped envelope

SF - Store form

SMP - specially marked packages

SS - Sunday supplement coupons (these are coupons,forms,etc. that are found in the Sunday Paper)

Super doubles – coupons that are doubled $1 + in value (ex.: a $1 coupon = $2, etc)

SWEEPS - sweepstakes

TP or Tear pad - A pad of refund forms found hanging from a store shelf or display

TIA - Thanks in advance

TMF - Try Me Free

TRU - ToysRus store example (7-31-09) TRU means this coupon was found at ToysRus

Triple coupon – a coupon that a grocery store triples in value (ex.: a .25˘ coupon = .75˘ etc)

Triples - a store is offering triple coupons; meaning that a .30˘ coupon will be .90˘ off during triple couponing days at that particular store.

TY or t/y - Thank You

UPC - Universal Product Code (usually found on the sides or bottom of an item/it has a series of numbers & a bar code on it)

V - Vlassic (the glossy coupons that are found in the Sunday Paper)

WG - Walgreen's store (ex. (7-31-09) WG means this coupon was found at Walgreens)

WT or WINETAG - These are usually very good coupons that hang around the bottles of wine at grocery stores. Only certain states have them,but alot of times they are good in other states as well though. No wine purchase is required on many of these,so alot of times,they are similar to a freebie c/o because of their great value.

WSL - while supplies last
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