Target states in their coupon policy that they will accept any coupon that says “manufacturer coupon,” even if it states that it is redeemable at another store. For example, some Target shoppers have had issues previously with coupons that say “Redeemable at Walmart.” Many of the printable coupons from coupons.com have a store suggestion on them. This will no longer … Continue reading Target – Coupon Policy
AR – After rebate (as in the price after you figure in the rebate savings). ASAV – Any size, any variety. B&M – Brick & mortar, a physical store, as opposed to an online store. B1G1 or BOGO – Buy one get one free. B2G1 – Buy two get one free. Blinkie – In-store SmartSource coupon dispensed near product, usually from a red … Continue reading Coupon Terminology – Know the Lingo
For many, there are two main reasons that they do not take advantage of coupons. One of those reasons being that the terminology is an unfamiliar territory and it seems like a hassle to save 25 or 50 cents. The second reason being that one coupon is only worth in many cases, 25 or 50 … Continue reading Physical Coupons – What are they?