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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

OBSHOP
Deal Expert

Happy Holidays app family. I have another update this week 11/29/21.  Thanks for helping me compile this list..

IBOTTA GLOSSARY

IBOTTA GLOSSARY

AISLE = Test bases rebate app

ASP = Amazon Shoppers Panel

B1G1 = buy one, get one.

B2G1 = Buy two, get one.

B2G2 = Buy two, get two.

Blinkie = small blinking box that dispenses coupons

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.

EQ = electronic coupon

FA= Field agent

FAO = Free after offer

FAS = Free after stacking

Filler = A usually-cheap item you buy to satisfy requirements of a deal.  Can be used to reach an amount threshold <or> be used to increase the number of items in a transaction when you otherwise would have had fewer items than coupons

GC = gift card

Hangtag = coupon that hangs on the neck of a product

HEB = Howard E. Butt or Here Everything’s better

HT = Harris Teeter

HTH = Hope This Helps

IBOTTA = I’ve been out tracking tasty aisles!

IVC = Instant Value Coupon.  Walgreens store coupons found in the monthly coupon book in Walgreens stores

J4U = Just for you (Albertsons / Safeway)

KCB = Kroger Cash Back  (rebate program for Kroger)

KFOS = Kroger Family of Stores

L2C = Load to card (Rite Aid)

LOL = I think we all know that one

Merryfield = Merryfield Everyday Rewards (rebate app - IOS only)

MM = Money Maker

MQ = manufacturer coupon

MWMM = Midweek Money Maker (I think)

NOBO = No bonus

OOP / 2OP = out of pocket. 

OOS = out of stock

OYNO = off your next order

P&G = Proctor and Gamble, Also a Sunday paper coupon booklet insert

PC = Paperless coupon (Walgreens)

PCBAE = pre cash back app era

PITA = pain in the A

PQ = printed coupon

PWI/GC = pay with Ibotta / gift card

RL = real life 

RR = register rewards (Walgreens)

SAVE= Sunday paper coupon insert

SB = SWAGBUCKS

SK = SHOPKICK

SMH = shaking my head (in disbelief)

SS= Smart source

STC = Send to Card (CVS)

SQ = store coupon

TA= Aisle or Test Aisle

TC =Target circle

TCE = Target circle earnings

TCO = Target circle offers

Tear pad = Small pad of coupons often found on special displays, freezer doors or shelves

TT = trouble ticket

UF = Unicorn Found!

UNIQUE = Different (different items in a specific category required to complete a rebate or bonus)

WAGS = Walgreens 

WF = whole foods

WM= Walmart

WNMS = Why Not My Store

WW = Weekend Warrior bonus

WYB = When you buy

WYS = When you spend

 

 

 

"I would rather have and not need than need and not have"
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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

Rickibotta
Deal Master

@OBSHOP 

You still didn't include mine from two weeks ago

“The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning.”
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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

OBSHOP
Deal Expert

@Rickibotta 

Checkout these additions, again everyone thanks for your input, new additions in orange

IBOTTA GLOSSARY

B1G1 = buy one, get one.AISLE = Text-based Cash Back rebate platform, payable via Venmo

ASP = Amazon Shoppers Panel

B2G1 = Buy two, get one.

B2G2 = Buy two, get two.

Blinkie = small blinking box that dispenses coupons

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.

EQ = electronic coupon

FA= Field agent

FAO = Free after offer

FAS = Free after stacking

Filler = A usually-cheap item you buy to satisfy requirements of a deal.  Can be used to reach an amount threshold <or> be used to increase the number of items in a transaction when you otherwise would have had fewer items than coupons

GC = gift card

Hangtag = coupon that hangs on the neck of a product

HEB = Howard E. Butt or Here Everything’s better

HT = Harris Teeter

HTH = Hope This Helps

IBOTTA = I’ve been out tracking tasty aisles!

IVC = Instant Value Coupon.  Walgreens store coupons found in the monthly coupon book in Walgreens stores

J4U = Just for you (Albertsons / Safeway)

KCB = Kroger Cash Back  (rebate program for Kroger)

KFOS = Kroger Family of Stores

L2C = Load to card (Rite Aid)

LOL = I think we all know that one

Merryfield = Merryfield Everyday Rewards (rebate app - IOS only)

MM = Money Maker

MQ = manufacturer coupon

MWMM = Midweek Money Maker (I think)

NOBO = No bonus

OOP / 2OP = out of pocket. 

OOS = out of stock

OYNO = off your next order

OYO = On Your Own

P&G = Proctor and Gamble, Also a Sunday paper coupon booklet insert

PC = Paperless coupon (Walgreens)

PCBAE = pre cash back app era

PITA = pain in the A

PQ = printed coupon

PWI/GC = pay with Ibotta / gift card

RL = real life 

RR = register rewards (Walgreens)

SAVE= Sunday paper coupon insert

SB = SWAGBUCKS

SK = SHOPKICK

SMH = shaking my head (in disbelief)

SS= Smart source (Sunday paper coupon booklet insert)

STC = Send to Card (CVS)

SQ = store coupon

TA= Aisle or Test Aisle

TC =Target circle

TCE = Target circle earnings

TCO = Target circle offers

Tear pad = Small pad of coupons often found on special displays, freezer doors or shelves

TT = trouble ticket

UF = Unicorn Found!

UNIQUE = Different (different items in a specific category required to complete a rebate or bonus)

WAGS = Walgreens 

WF = whole foods

WM= Walmart

WNMS = Why Not My Store

WW = Weekend Warrior bonus

WYB = When you buy

WYS = When you spend

YMMV  - Your Mileage May Vary  (Broadly used to indicate one's experiences or opinions differ from another's.  For example, offers or inventory may vary from person to person or place to place.)

 

 

 

"I would rather have and not need than need and not have"
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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

Rickibotta
Deal Master

@OBSHOP 

B1G1 is out of place.  Should be moved under ASP.

Looks good.

“The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning.”
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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

Rina85
Rewards Hunter

Yes of course saving saving saving 

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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

MzMaxie
Rewards Hunter

New to IBOTTA n luv'n it...not even a full week has past since I joined and have redeemed successfully 🥳 finally found an honest app with great Cashback value & the variety of offers to make it easy ..

#readytospeakibotta

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Icequeen813
Ultimate Saver

@MzMaxie  Welcome to  the Community 

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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

Saipan
Rewards Advocate

@OBSHOP

Note for glossary listing:

Merryfield App - android friends

 

Might want to check it out if you have not.

 

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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

Geyer1rm
Rewards Hunter

Everyday I tell my customers about it. I let them know that this is an amazing place to earn cash back and even try some new things 

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Re: Do you speak Ibotta?

Breezewifey69
Shopper

Absolutely