We don’t use many of these too often, but sometimes they slip in.  :)

The main ones we use are the coupon insert abbreviations.  RP, SS, P&G, GM

RP = Red Plum (insert in Sunday paper)
SS = Smart Source (insert in Sunday paper)
P&G = Proctor & Gamble (insert in Sunday paper)
GM = (insert in Sunday paper)

Here are some others . . .

B1G1 / BOGO = Buy One, Get One Free
B1G50% = Buy One, Get Second Half Off
B2G1 = Buy Two, Get One Free
BC = Betty Crocker
Cat = Catalina Coupon (more info here)
ECB = Extra Care Bucks (at CVS, more info here)
Exp. = Expires
GM = General Mills
MIR – Mail in Rebate
OYNO – On Your Next Order
P&G – Proctor and Gamble coupon insert in Sunday newspaper
RR – Register Rewards (at Walgreens, more info here)
RP – Red Plum coupon insert in Sunday newspaper
SS – Smart Source coupon insert in Sunday newspaper
w/ – with
w/o – without
WYB – When you buy

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2 Responses to “Abbreviations”

  • Martha says:

    Do I need to buy a paper to get the Smart Source Coupon? What is a Smart Source Coupon?

    • Juli says:

      Yes, Smart Source coupons (SS Insert) on the lists come from previous AZ Republic coupon inserts. They will be listed with the date they came out. There’s a link on the top left of the website to get the AZ Rep. for the best price I know about. Or, you can try your luck at Dollar Tree each week, for $1. It can depend on the week, but they can disappear quickly. Or, you can pick them up wherever they sell papers. Not all store-bought papers have all the coupons. Home delivery has more. Hope this helps! ~ Juli

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