So, you’re learning to coupon, you find some web sites listing great deals, but what does MM mean? What about BOGO? YMMV? Say what??
I’m here to help! I’ve listed here the most used coupon lingo and what it means.
The most common-
MQ= manufactures coupon
BOGO= Buy one get one free
ISO= is seeking out/in search of
MM= money maker (deals that make you $)
GC= gift card
PP= PayPal (how they want to be paid)
PPFF= PayPal friends and family (again preferred payment method)
TIA= thanks in advance
HTH=hope this helps
LMK= let me know
MIR= mail in rebate
RC= rain check
OYNO= on you next order (purchase)
WYB= when you buy
YMMV= your milage may vary, basically means that all stores/locations may vary a bit on what they’ll allow. For example if an item is on sale BOGO, some stores allow you to use 2 Q, some only allow 1 Q. A deal scenario all listed out doesn’t mean it’ll always work out that way.
Coupon Sources: If you see a number with RP/SS/PG it usually means the date the Q was in the paper. RP 9/3 would mean the coupon was in the Red Plum from September 3rd.
RP= red plum
SS= smart source
Peelie= coupon that is peeled off a product
Blinkie= coupon that was found in a blinkie machine in store
HangTag= Coupon found on a product hanging (think bottles)
Cat= Catalina is a coupon that prints at certain stores with your reciept
So, next time you’ve found some great deals, but need help deciphering it all, just use my handy list!
I hope all have a blessed day! I have been in prayer for all those being affected by hurricanes and wildfires. God bless!