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Regarding Sunday Inserts, coupons are listed by what insert they are a part of:
P&G = Proctor and Gamble
SS = Smart Source
RP = Red Plum
For example: $2/1 One A Day Vitamin Product, exp. 12/31/11 (RP 12/04/11). This coupon is in the Red Plum insert from 12/4/11
$1/1 or $1/2 = $1 off 1 item; $1 off 2 items, etc.
2/$4, etc = two items for $4
BOGO, B1G1, B2G1, etc. = indicates Buy One, Get One Free, if it's different than that, should specify.
For example: B1G1 1/2 off would be Buy One, Get One Half off
ECBs = Extra Care Bucks from CVS
EP = Everyday Price
Exp. = Expires
GC = Gift Card
MIR = Mail in Rebate
NLA = No Longer Available
OYNO (my fave!) = On Your Next Order
OOP =Out of pocket (often used in a RR or ECB scenario)
RR = Register Rewards from Walgreens
Stacking = Using a manufacturers and store coupon together
WYB = When You Buy
For example: Save $3 wyb 2
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any ONE (1) Ragu® Simply Pasta Sauce
on any ONE (1) OxiClean™ Laundry Detergent
on any ONE (1) pack of Energizer® Batteries
on ONE (1) Revlon® Mascara, Liner or Shadow
when you buy any THREE Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Baked Goods Products
on 2 (TWO) Shout® Products (excludes travel and trial sizes)
on any TWO (2) Scrubbing Bubbles® Bath Cleaning Products
on ONE (1) Windex® Product
when you buy ONE BOX Honey Nut Cheerios® OR Honey Nut Cheerios® Medley Crunch™ cereal
on ONE Kellogg's Raisin Bran® Cereal