Blinkie – Those little machines in the store that have red blinkie lights and spit out coupons
BOGO – Buy One Get One (you should already know this from watching Payless commercials)
Catalina (cat) – The coupons that print at the register along with your receipt. A specific purchased item will trigger a catalina to print. Catalinas can come in the form of an OYNO (on your next order) coupon or just a cents off a product coupon. The OYNO cat can be used like cash for almost anything in the store (check fine print for exclusions, usually alcohol and tobacco)
ECB – Exclusive to CVS Drugstores and are much like catalinas as they are triggered to print by item(s) purchased. These print at the end of your receipt and can be used like cash at CVS for your next purchase.
GC – Gift Card
GM- General Mills. The good folks at General Mills sometimes put out a coupon insert in the Sunday paper.
HTH – Hope that helps
IP – Internet Printable (coupon)
MIR – Mail in Rebate
MQ – Manufacturer’s Coupon
OOP – Out of Pocket
Peelie – a coupon stuck to a product in the store
PG or P&G – the Proctor & Gamble coupon insert that comes out once a month in the Sunday paper
RP – Red Plum, a regular Sunday paper coupon insert.
RR – Register Reward. Exclusive to Walgreens and are manufaturer’s catalina coupons that they are triggered to print by item(s) purchased. These print separate of your receipt and can be used to purchase other items in Walgreens.
Stack(ing)- Using a store coupon along with a manufacturer’s coupon on the same item
SS – Smart Source, a regular Sunday paper coupon insert
Tear Pad – A pad of coupons in the store, usually near the item for which the coupon is intended.
TMF – Try Me Free. Usually a MIR (Mail in Rebate) for the full purchase price.
YMMV – Your Mileage May Vary. Deal works for some but not everyone.