Coupon Lingo

Listed are a few abbreviations with their meanings that you may see on my blog.  
AC-After Coupon
BC-Before Coupon
BOGO-Buy One Get One Free
Catalina-Promotional Coupons printed at checkout from the Catalina machine
CRT-Coupon printed on your cash register receipt
ECB-Extra Care Bucks (CVS)
ESR-Easy Saver Rebate (Walgreens)
FAR-Free After Rebate
GF-Gluten Free
GM– General Mills
HTH-Hope This Helps
IR-Instant Rebate
IVC-Instant Value Coupon (Walgreens)
MIR-Mail In Rebate
MQ-Manufacturers Coupon
OCR-Orginal Cash Register Receipt
OOP-Out of Pocket
OYNO-On Your Next Order
Peelie-Peel off coupon found on product packing
PG-Proctor & Gamble
PM-Price Match
Printable-Internet Printable Coupon
Q or CPN-Coupon
RP-Redplum
RR-Register Reward (Walgreens)
SCR-Single Check Rebate (Rite Aid)
SQ-Store Coupon
SS-Smart Source
Tearpad-Pads of coupons attached to store shelving or displays
UPC-Universal product code
WYB-When You Buy 
How to read a sale post example:
Reynolds Wrap $1.99
Use:$1/1 (4/17 SS)
$0.99 after coupon!
Use Coupon for $1.00 off the item, coupon good when you by one item, coupon can be found in the Smart Source insert that came in the Sunday paper on April 17th.
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