Friday, September 17, 2010

Learning the language of coupons

If you are a coupon beginner, here are some terms that may seem unfamiliar to you...

BOGO – Short for Buy One Get One Free

WYB – When You Buy (Typically associated with dollars off when you buy an item)

OOP – Out of Pocket otherwise known as the money you will spend out of your pocket

OYNO – On Your Next Order – Usually refers to a coupon that can be used the next time you shop.

CAT – Catalina – This is a coupon that will print out at the register when you check out.

Check out CVS 101

For a complete explanation on working the deals at CVS
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Check out CVS 101