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Coupon and Blog Lingo

Thursday, July 16, 2009 |
I have had quite a few people ask about different coupon and blog abbreviations and the meanings of them. I decided to put together a little list of some of the terms that can be run into while "coupon-ing" or reading blogs. If you have some others leave a comment so we can add them to the list. There is a previous post about coupons that includes pictures. Click here to go to it. The ones in bold writing are some that are often found when using coupons.

BOGO- Buy One Get One Free

BPN- Beer Purchase Necessary

BRU- Babies R Us

BTFE- Box Tops For Education

C/O- Cents Off Coupons

CDB- Coupon Data Base

CPN- Coupon

CRR- Cash Register Receipt

DND- Do Not Double

DCRTC- Dated Cash Register Receipt with Total Circled

FAR- Free After Rebate

FS- Food Storage

GC- Gift Card

IP- Internet Printable

IVC- Instant Value Coupon

MFG- Manufacturer

MIR- Mail In Rebate

NAZ- Name, Address, Zip Code

NBPN- No Beer Purchase Necessary

NED- No Expiration Date

OAS- On Any Size

OOP- Out Of Pocket

OYNSO- On Your Next Shopping Order

P&G- Proctor & Gamble

POF- Proof Of Purchase

PPHF- Pay Pal Handling Fee

RC- Rain Check

RP- Red Plum

SP- Stockpile

SS- Smart Source

TMF- Try Me Free

TRU- Toys R Us

UPC- Universal Product Code –aka- bar code

V- Valassis

WYB- When You Buy

This is just some of the abbreviations that are used. If you have an abbreviation that you are curious about leave a comment so we can add it to the list!

1 comment:

Mitchell Family said...

Graet question Morgan! DNT means do not triple. I know it sounds crazy, but in the midwest they have triple and quadruple coupon days!

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