Save Money on Food By Knowing How to Speak Coupon

Using coupons is the best way to save money, get free products, stockpile for emergency's and balance the family budget. Being an extreme couponer for the last 8 years I often forget that people new to couponing may not always understand the words being used when discussing coupons.Learning the coupon terms, abbreviations and acronyms is easy once you see them used a few times and to get the most out of using coupons knowing the terms used is wise. This list will teach you to speak coupon in no time!

Save Money on Food By Knowing How to Speak Coupon

Important Terms used on coupons

Limit 1 Coupon Per Purchase - 1 coupon per body wash bottle- You buy 3 bottles = 3 coupons used.

Limit 1 Coupon Per Transaction- 1 coupon per one product. You can buy anymore than that with this transaction. You can do multiple transactions.

Canadian Coupon Language

AC - After coupon has been used
BOGO - Buy one get one of the same free
B2G1 - Buy two products and get a third completely free
B3G1 - Buy three products get the fourth free
FPC - Free product coupon 
Tear Pad - Coupons found on coupon boards & in the aisles of stores
WUB - When you buy. Offers will vary it could be get a free product of save a percentage off the second product.
MIR - Mail in rebate. You get your money back when you mail in your receipt and the rebate form.
SS - Smart Source - Coupons to print for Canadians
RP - Redplum - Coupon insert in your newspaper 
P&G - Proctor & Gamble - Top brand
MQ - Manufacturer coupon - Coupon direct from the brand
GC - Gift card - A card to a certain store with a balance on it.
PP - PayPal - Most popular way to send and recieve payments online.
PM Price Match - Get the lowest price by price matching.
IAC - In ad coupon
RC - Rain check to get the product at the same price when it is in stock again.

Couponing Groups & Forum Abbreviations 

ISO - In search of
LMK- Let me know
TL - Trade list
RLF - Really looking for
WL - Wish list
HV - High value
Envie - Envelope
SASE - Self addressed stamped envelope
RAOK - Random act of kindness
OOP -Out of pocket