@Icequeen813 I bow down to you my Q U E E N (yes it was bleeped) ! I am in 100% agreement!!!
Come on fellow minions - like @Icequeen813 's post (not my post - but her post)!!!!
I'll start the list....
Peely or Peelies (Coupons that are found taped on products just waiting for us to use).
Hangtags (Coupons that hung around the neck of a product just waiting for us to use)
Catalina (A promotional offer that prints out at the register which is generally good on your next purchase)
NLA (No longer available - for example a printable coupon that is no longer available to print)
WYB (When you buy)
MB2 (Must buy 2)
DND (Do not double)
I don't really think that is needed here. Almost everyone knows the lingo and for the new people all they have to do is google coupon lingo and everything pops up.
A DQ is a digital coupon. Depending on the store or the person, they may be called by different names:
EQ: electronic coupon
PC: paperless coupon (Walgreens)
STC: send-to-card (CVS)
L2C: load-to-card (Rite Aid)
J4U: Just 4 U (Albertsons/Safeway stores)
I’m sure there a lot more, those are off the top of my head. And I know this is an old topic but there always seem to be new couponers here so what the heck.