B1G1 = buy one, get one.
B2G1 = Buy two, get one.
B2G2 = Buy two, get two.
BOGO = Buy one, get one. Will usually end with “free” or “half off” meaning buy one, get one half off; or buy one, get one free.
BYBE = liquor rebate app
Cats = Catalina coupons that print out at the register after purchasing certain items.
CDC = Coupon dot com
CO51 = Checkout51
CO = CoinOut
CRT = cash register tape (or coupons printed on your receipt at CVS or at the red box)
DNE = Does Not Exists
DNS = Does not stock
DQ = digital coupon (that you send to your store card)
EB = extra bonus or extra at CVS
ECB = again CVS. Extra care bucks.
FAO = Free after offer
GC = gift card
HEB = Herald E. Butts
HT = Harris Teeter
IBOTTA = I’ve been out tracking tasty aisles!
LOL = I think we all know that one
MM = Money Maker
MWMM = Midweek Money Maker (I think)
OOP / 2OP = out of pocket.
OOS = out of stock
OYNO = off your next order
PCBAE = pre cash back app era
PITA = pain in the A==
RL = real life
RR = register rewards (Walgreens)
SB = SWAGBUCKS
SK = SHOPKICK
SMH = shaking my head (in disbelief)
TC =Target circle
TCE = Target circle earnings
TCO = Target circle offers
TT = trouble ticket
UF = Unicorn Found!
WF = whole foods
WNMS = Why Not My Store
WW = Weekend Warrior bonus
@OBSHOP One correction. It’s Howard E. Butt for HEB. Largest family grocery chain in South Texas and one of the best. Thanks.
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PQ - printable coupon
MQ - manufacturer's coupon
SQ - store coupon. (Can often be combines with MQ)
KCB - Kroger Cash Back (store rebate program
FA - Field Agent
I'll make that correction, I lived in Central Texas for six years Killeen, TX.
I lived in Houston in 1991. I don't think I have been to a Luby's since then