Below is a list of the coupon lingo that you will see strewn around the internet involving coupons. This is here to help you understand what it all means!
A coupon found in small machines in the store.
BOGOF, Or B1G1F
Buy One Get One Free
Catalina. (Printed at the register after your transaction.)
Cash Register Tape. (Where ECBs and coupons are printed at CVS.)
Do Not Double.
Extra Care Bucks from CVS.
Excludes Trial Sizes.
IP or Printable
Internet printable coupon.
Instant Value Coupon. (Walgreens' store coupons found in their ads and monthly booklet.)
No Longer Available. (Usually reffering to a printable coupon.)
On Your Next Purchase. (Usually referring to a CAT.)
Out Of Pocket expense.
Out Of Stock.
Coupon stuck on a product in store.
Prices Starting At.
Register Rewards from Walgreens.
Coupon found in store on a pad.
Using both a manufacturer's coupon and a store coupon for one item.
Universal Product Code; the bar code on an item.
When You Buy.
Your Manager May Vary. (This means that some stores might give you the deal, but others may not.)