Interested in beginning with couponing? Here you will find a breakdown of all the terms that come along with couponing!

Q: Abbreviation for the word "coupon".

Manufacturer Coupon: Coupons you obtain from Sunday newspapers, printed online and through Facebook. They are usually marked on the top of the coupon with the words "manufacturer coupon".

Store Coupon: Any coupon that is marked as a store coupon. As the manufacturer coupon is marked, store coupons are marked as "store coupons".

Expiration Date: The date in which a coupon has expired and can no longer be utilized.

SS: Smart Source insert that comes in the Sunday newspaper.

RP: Red Plum insert that comes in the Sunday newspaper.

P&G: Proctor and Gamble insert that comes in the Sunday newspaper.

WYB: When you buy (usually accompanied with a certain number of items you have to purchase in order to receive a deal).

ECB: Extra Care Bucks you receive from CVS.

RR: Register Rewards you receive from Walgreens.

Up+R: Up Rewards you receive from Rite Aid.

Blinkie: Tiny machines you will occasionally find hooked to store shelves next to a product the coupon is for. Remember this rule: if you see one, only take a total of two coupons out of the machine!

Peelie: Coupons found directly on products - just peel them off!

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