Print Coupons






- Every brick coupon can be printed twice per computer.  Just hit the back button of your browser and it should print again.  

- A coupon is a brick when you actually don't see the coupon on the screen, just the message that your coupon is ready to print.

- A PDF coupon can be saved to your computer and be printed as many times as you want.  It's always better to save it since they usually disappear very soon from the internet. 

- A Store coupon can be combined with  a manufacturer coupon to be used on the same product.



Below are the couponing lingo and abbreviations that you will see on my blog everyday.

B1G1 or BOGO = Buy One, Get One Free
B2G1 = Buy Two, Get One Free
Blinkies = Coupons that are in the coupon dispensers attached to shelves in your store.  Dispenser is often red and often blinking.
DND = Do Not Double (this applies to people who shop at stores that double coupons.  If you live in FL, most stores in FL do not double coupons)
ECB = Extra Care Bucks (instant rewards that print out when you purchase select sales items at CVS)
Hangtag = Coupons “hanging” around the necks of bottles, jars, etc at your store.
MAN or MFR = Manufacturer Coupon
MIR = Mail in Rebate
MM = Moneymaker
OOP = Out of Pocket
PG = Procter & Gamble Coupon Insert
Peelie = Coupon attached to items at stores that you have to peel off
RP = Red Plum Insert
RR= Register Rewards (instant rewards that print out when you purchase select sales items at Walgreens)
SS = Smart Source Insert 
Tearpad = Coupons you have to tear off of pads at your grocery store
WYB = When You Buy
YMMV = Your Mileage May Vary (this means that a deal that works for me at my store, may work differently for you at your local store)