Coupon Language

If you are new to couponing the terms can sometimes be a little confusing - here is a complete list of commonly used coupon terms and abbreviations:
$1/1 = this indicates the value of the coupon - $1/1 for example would be $1 off 1 item this could be in any increment though such as $2/1 or ($2 off 1) $1/2 ($1 off 2) etc.
AC = After coupon
AR = After rebate
Blinkie = coupon dispensed from a box attached to a store shelf - the term blinkie came from the blinking light commonly used for these boxes
B1G1, BOGO, B1G1F = Buy one get one free
BTFE = Box tops for education
B&M = Brick and mortar store as opposed to online store
CAT, Catalina = coupons that print at the register after a purchase is made, typically these can be used as cash off your next purchase, however sometimes you will receive a manufacturers coupon
CPN = coupon
CRT=  cash register tape - occaisional coupons printed on the bottom of your receipt
DND =  do not double
Double Coupon = a coupon that can be doubled in value
ECB =  Extra Care Bucks - CVS rewards program printed on receipt
ETA :: Edited to Add
ETS :: Excludes Trial Size
FAR :: Free After Rebate
Filler :: An item or items you buy in order to get your total up to a certain amount in order to use a percentage off coupon
FS :: Free shipping
GC :: Gift card/gift certificate
GDA :: Good Deal Alert
GM :: General Mills
IPQ, IP :: Internet Printable coupon
MFG, MFR :: Manufacturer
MQ :: Manufacturer’s Coupon
MIR :: Mail-In Rebate
NED :: No expiration date
OOP :: Out of Pocket
OOS :: Out of Stock
OYNO :: On Your Next Order
P&G :: Proctor & Gamble coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper
Peelie :: Coupon attached to an item’s packaging which can be peeled off
PSA :: Prices Starting At
Q :: Coupon
Regional :: A coupon or deal available in only a specific area
RP :: Red Plum coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper
RR :: Register Rewards (Walgreens, which print with receipt)
SCR :: Single Check Rebate (Rite Aid)
SS :: Smart Source coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper
Stacking :: Using a manufacturer’s coupon in addition to a store coupon for an even lower price
Tear pad :: A pad of rebate forms or coupons attached to a store shelf
TMF :: Try Me Free
Triple Coupon :: A coupon which can be tripled in value
UPC :: Universal Product Code (a.k.a. bar code)
UPR :: Up Rewards, a coupon you can earn on your register receipt at Rite Aid
WSL :: While Supplies Last
WT, Winetag :: A coupon hanging on the package of a product
WYB :: When You Buy
V :: Valassis coupon insert found in Sunday newspaper (same as RP or Red Plum insert)
YMMV :: Your Mileage May Vary (in other words, you may or may not be successful with a particular deal at your store)