$1/1, etc. :: Indicates the value of a coupon, $1 off 1 item in this instance but could be any value, $4/2 ($4 off 2 items), $0.25/1 ($0.25 off 1) etc.

Blinkie :: Coupon dispensed from a box attached to a store shelf. The term “blinkie” comes from the box which sometimes has a blinking light.

BOGO, B1G1, B1G1F :: Buy One Get One free

CAT, Catalina :: Coupons which print at the register after your purchase is made. These can usually be used like cash on your next purchase. However, if the say “manufacturer’s coupon” on them, you should be able to use them at any store although YMMV (see below).

CouponCRT :: Cash register tape — often referring to coupons at the bottom of your receipt.

ECB :: Extra Care Bucks (CVS, prints on receipt)

ETS :: Excludes Trial Size

Filler :: An item or items you buy in order to get your total up to a certain amount in order to use a percentage off coupon

GC :: Gift card/gift certificate

GM :: General Mills

HT :: Hang Tag, hangs from products in stores

HTH :: Hope That Helps

In-Ad :: Coupons that come in the weekly store ad, most likely found by the entrance of that particular store

IVC :: Instant Value Coupon (Walgreens, found in the monthy EasySaver booklet)

IP, IPQ :: Internet Printable coupon

MFG, MFR :: ManufacturerMQ :: Manufacturer’s Coupon

MIR :: Mail-In Rebate

NED :: No expiration date

OOP :: Out of Pocket

OOS :: Out of Stock

OYNO :: On Your Next Order

P&G :: Proctor & Gamble coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper

Peelie :: Coupon attached to an item’s packaging which can be peeled off

PSA :: Prices Starting At

Q :: CouponRegional :: A coupon or deal available in only a specific area, also refers to Coupon

RP :: Red Plum coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper

RR :: Register Rewards (Walgreens, which print with receipt)

SS :: Smart Source coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper

Stacking :: Using a manufacturer’s coupon in addition to a store coupon for an even lower price

Tear pad :: A pad of rebate forms or coupons attached to a store shelf

TMF :: Try Me FreeTriple Coupon :: A coupon which can be tripled in value

UPC :: Universal Product Code (a.k.a. bar code)

UP :: Up Rewards, a coupon you can earn on your register receipt at Rite Aid

WSL :: While Supplies Last

WT, Winetag :: A coupon hanging on the package of a product

WYB :: When You Buy

YMMV :: Your Mileage May Vary (in other words, you may or may not be successful with a particular deal at your store)