Coupon terms

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Coupon terms

  1. 1. Do you speak “Coupon?” There’s a whole set of lingo that comes with couponing. According to Wendy Cajina of the San Marcos Library coupon club, southerncalisaver.com is great resource for coupon clippers in southern California. Besides posting deals, the site has a page of terms used by couponers. Click ahead to “test” your knowledge of a few of them. You’ll see a term, then get the explanation on the next slide.
  2. 2. Do you speak “Coupon?” Blinkie
  3. 3. Do you speak “Coupon?” Blinkie the machines that are attached to grocery shelves that have a red blinking light and spit out coupons
  4. 4. Do you speak “Coupon?” BOGO
  5. 5. Do you speak “Coupon?” BOGO buy one, get one (usually free or half off)
  6. 6. Do you speak “Coupon?” Catalina Machine
  7. 7. Do you speak “Coupon?” Catalina Machine the machines at registers that produce long receipt-like coupons for future purchases
  8. 8. Do you speak “Coupon?” ONYO
  9. 9. Do you speak “Coupon?” ONYO on your next order (offers such as spend $25 and save $10 on your next shopping order)
  10. 10. Do you speak “Coupon?” Peelie
  11. 11. Do you speak “Coupon?” Peelie A peelable coupon found on a product
  12. 12. Do you speak “Coupon?” Tearpad
  13. 13. Do you speak “Coupon?” Tearpad coupons that are on a pad located on a display or shelf near a product
  14. 14. Do you speak “Coupon?” OK, now that you’ve got some lingo down, go forth and save.

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