As you read posts here and other sites there is a strange lingo used. Thought I should do a post to explain some of it. .
2/$5: This means 2 items are $5 (or $2.50 each). This is just an example of course.
$1/2: This means that the coupon will take $1 off 2 items
B1G1: Buy One, Get One Free
OOP: Out of Pocket, what is actually paid by you
ECB: Extra Care Bucks used at CVS, which is printed on your receipt when you check out. Use these on your next transaction as “money”. Watch your dates of expiring. This coupon is money to you at CVS
Exp: Expires, listed with date to indicate how long the coupon is valid .. watch your dates.
RR: Register Reward used at Walgreens, which is printed on your receipt when you check out. Use these on your next transaction as “money”.
SCR: Single check rebates offered at Rite Aid (monthly). You must sign up for the SCR program first, make the purchases, then enter information from your receipt to receive the rebate. It can take 5-7 days to receive your rebate. View Rite Aid SCR list.
SS: Smart Source coupon insert in newspaper
RP: RedPlum coupon insert in newspaper
P&G: Proctor & Gamble coupon insert in newspaper (usually only comes once a month)
WYB: When you Buy
MIR: Mail in Rebate
hope this helps you that are new.