If you are new to using coupons at drugstores or (like me) sometimes forget what all the acronyms mean, this quick Coupon Lingo guide is for you.
BOGO – Buy One, Get One free
BOGO ½ – Buy One, Get One half-price
B2GO – Buy Two, Get One free
ECB – Extra Care Buck at CVS – Qualifying purchase prints out a dollar amount register reward to use on your next purchase. For example, purchase two Nivea lotions for $10, receive a $4ECB that you can spend on your next purchase, making those two lotions only $3 each instead of $5. Score!
Filler – Refers to the small item you add to your transaction so that you can use multiple coupons
MFG – Manufacturer
P&G – Proctor & Gamble coupon inserts in occasional Saturday and/or Sunday newspapers
Q – Coupon!
RP – Red Plum coupon inserts in most Saturday and/or Sunday newspapers
RR – Register Reward at Walgreens – Same thing as an ECB from CVS!
SS – SmartSource coupon inserts in most Saturday and/or Sunday newspapers
Stacking – Refers to when you use both a Manufacturer coupon and a drugstore coupon on one item
Wags – Walgreens
Wyb – When you buy