Are you saving as much money
you can at the grocery store?
In today's economy, families, Moms and Dads, just about everyone, needs to do what they can to save money! Coupons, discounts, Buy One Get One Free offers are only some of the ways that you can save money at the grocery store, supermarket, or supercenter. You don't have to be an extreme couponer and spend 4 hours a day cutting coupons and arranging them in your coupon book to save valuable, hard earned money at your grocer. Buy your Sunday paper and go through the inserts and coupon pages. Many stores will have their own three or four page ad or coupon flyer.
Does your family have money to waste?
Paying too much for everything?
Do you need to save some money? YES, We All Do!
Be prepared to save money on groceries, clothing, vacations, furniture, kids stuff, auto purchases, car rentals and so much more. Learn the basics of couponing and how to save money on many things you buy every week. There are a lot of websites, magazine articles and so on that give a lot of great tips and tricks on how to save money. Our approach is a bit different. We try to "start from scratch" and not assume that you know the terminology and phrases that go along with coupons and saving. Like the term BOGO for instance, the first time I heard it I thought someone was talking about their dog. Perhaps a Maltese named after Humphry Bogart. BOGO used to mean Buy One Get One FREE but some smart advertisers now use it for less than that. Buy One Get One Half Price. To me that is not a BOGO! That's actually half a BOGO or just a BO. Below are some of the most often used phrases and terms to help get you up to speed.
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Catalina/CAT - A catalina is a coupon that prints while you are checking out. The machine that prints these coupons are called catalina machines.
DND - Do Not Double.
FAR - Free After Rebate.
GC - Gift Card
GM - General Mills. A coupon newspaper insert.
HBA - Health & Beauty Aid
IP - Internet Printable Coupon.
MIR - Mail In Rebate.
OOP - Out of Pocket.
Peelie - A coupon that is attached to an item in the store. You have to peel off the coupon.
RP - Red Plum. A newspaper insert.
SS - Smart Source. A newspaper insert.
Stacking - Stacking is used when referring to using a store coupon on top of a manufacture’s coupon for added savings.
Tear Pad - A stack of coupons available in store that you can access. You have to tear off a coupon for use.