BOGO = Buy one, get one
B2GO = Buy two get one
RR = Register Reward
PTL = Praise the Lord 🙂
SCR = Single Check Rebate
TTV = Twice the Value coupons, Albertsons coupons that double your coupon up to 1.00 in value. They are available a couple times a month in the Sunday paper.
RP = Red Plum
SS = Smart Source
P&G = Proctor and Gamble
OOP = Out of Pocket
YMMV = Your Milage May Vary
Q = Coupon
MM = Moneymaker
ECB= Extra Care Bucks
MIR = Mail in Rebate
OYNO = On Your Next Order
WYB = When You Buy
Peelie = Coupon that are stuck on products in the store.
Tearpad = A pad of coupons found near the product in the store.
Raincheck = When a store runs out of stock of a sale item you can request a raincheck which is a written note allowing you to purchase the sale item at the sale price at a later date when the store recieves more stock. Most rainchecks are good for 60-90 days after the date written.
CAT = Catalinas, a long receipt-like coupon, dispensed at registers; sometimes manufacturer or store coupons, some are advertised deals and some are based on what the customer buys (ex. I usually receive a catalina from Safeway for 2.00 off 5 cereals every time I purchase cereal through them)
Blinkie = Coupons found in dispensers in the store ailses.
Stockpiling = creating a reasonable supply of multiple items while they are on a maximum sale price, to ensure that you will have enough of the items until the next sale rolls around, in other words you are buying when items are on sale instead of when you need them
Filler = an item that you need to add to your purchase to make the coupon-to-product-ratio even out (commonly used at Walgreens)
Stacking = Putting multiple coupons together, ex. manufacturer + store coupon, to maximize your savings