*HOT* Zaycon Chicken Breasts ONLY $.99/lb for NEW Sign-Ups (Today ONLY, January 26th)!!!


Confession time. Yes, it’s true, we don’t buy most of our Chicken or Ground Beef at Smith’s. I know, it feels like we’re traitors. It’s not that we have something against Smith’s meat; in fact when I’m running low, it’s the first place I turn and I love the Heritage Farm whole chickens and fresh seafood. But, when you see this gorgeous meat you’ll be hooked too. Zaycon is the highest quality meat for the lowest prices anywhere! And, when I saw this incredible deal i just k new I had to share it with you all today.

I just HAD to tell you all about this incredible deal! Ibkt while supplies last or through 2/2, Zaycon Foods is offering a special promo code JOINED99 for NEW sign-ups only to score your chicken breasts for just $0.99/lb when you sign up through this link – That’s INSANE!!! 

These Chicken Breasts are Zaycon’s most popular product. They are jumbo, farm-fresh and juicy. They are 100% natural and boneless/skinless. They come direct to you right from the farm (not weeks like in the grocery store), which means they stay fresh longer!

Zaycan Food

(photo: Coupons4Utah)

We’ve posted about this company many times over on Coupons4Utah. Their meat is top quality and definitely a tremendous value. See our Chicken review here, and our Beef review here. It’s a great way to get a large amount of meat for a nice value. If you are a smaller family without a freezer, consider going in on an order in with someone. That’s what I do. This meat will NOT disappoint you.

How to Order:

#1 – Go to Zaycon Foods and Register for your free account.

#2 – Click on the “your account” page

#3 – Search through the sales in your area and add the items to your cart.

During checkout, enter the code JOINED99 to receive your premium chicken breast for only $0.99/lb. NOTE: Code is time sensitive and will end when supplies run out.

Ibotta Coupon App – Free $10 in Cash for New Users!!!


WOW! If you have not tried out the Ibotta coupon app, now is the time! Any new user who joins our team through this link will get a FREE $10 cash bonus after redeeming ONE offer – Yes, just ONE offer! Ibotta is EASILY my favorite cash back app. I love it! Everyone should have this app.

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iBotta is a phone app that rewards shoppers by giving them various coupon rebates. Simply load the offer to your smart phone, after you make your purchase, submit a photo of your receipt through the app to get your bonus cash back. It’s a super simple way to save a few bucks with NO coupon clipping!

Ibotta makes saving money a lot easier: just tell it what you’re going to buy, scan your receipt when you’re done, and it’ll give you cash back.

The process is pretty simple:

  1. Browse the app for offers
  2. Qualify by taking a poll, reading some facts, or watching a video (this is a lot quicker and less annoying than it sounds).
  3. Head to the store and buy the items. When you’re done, scan your receipt.
  4. Wait for your money to show up in your Ibotta account (usually takes just a few hours).
  5. Transfer your money out to PayPal (or donate to any U.S. school, if you’re feeling charitable).

In my tests, the various tasks only took a few seconds to complete. Even with these “ads,” Ibotta’s a lot easier than searching out coupons for yourself at each separate store (or in the newspaper), so it’s a nice change of pace when it comes to saving money You can also combine Ibotta offers with coupons from other sources for even more savings, which is nice.

Any Brand

That’s an amazing offer, getting paid to save money on the things your were going to buy anyway.  The app is full of some sweet offers right now. And, that’s not even making mention all of the any brand coupons they often have available for bread, produce, eggs, milk and more.

Procter Gamble Coupons, Special Offers and Samples

P&G Coupons

Have you signed up for the P&G Everyday Saver? This is the best way to be assured you’ll have access to the highest value coupons. Members can print tons of coupons for Procter Gamble products like Pampers, Tide, Downy, Bounty, Crest, Always, Cascade, Charmin, Gillette, and others. Plus, there are free samples, home tips and more.

Smith’s Coupon Class Tip #1 – How to Read the Coupon Fine Print

Reading the fine print on anything is annoying, especially if you’re like me and have to break out a pair of glasses to do it, but that tiny little print on the coupon is really important and understanding what it means can empower and give you the confidence to know you are using them correctly. Not to mention avoid frustration and confrontation at checkout. Understanding what the coupon fine print means is a necessity in the coupon world, so here’s a guide to help you out. 

One coupon per perchase
Limit One Coupon Per Purchase:

Purchase means you can use one type of coupon for each individual item purchased. So, if you purchase 1, 3, or 5 items, for example, you can use the same number of coupons.  Keep in mind if the coupon is for 2 or more products ($1.00 off 2) you need to purchase 2 products for each coupon you use. Limiting the coupon product purchase is meant to keep you from using the same coupon twice on one product.

How To Use Coupons
Limit 1-4 coupon per transaction:

When you see this phrase in the fine print, you can only use the specified number of coupons  per item, and per shopping trip. For example, if your coupon states limit 2 coupons per shopping trip, you can only use two coupons for that shopping trip, and will have to come back another time to use any additional coupons for that product you may have. 

NOTE: Many of the manufacturers we work with have expressed to us that this is the number one misuse of coupons. Even if your store allows you to use more, it is not what the manufacturer has intended. Abusing the coupon terms has and will result in the manufacturer issuing fewer coupons and smaller values. Also, the store often doesn’t get reimbursed for the coupons, causing the store to become less coupon friendly. We never recommend you use more coupons than what’s allowed in the fine print.

Smith's Store Coupons

Store Coupon VS. Manufacturer Coupon:
While they are rare, Smith’s does on occasion have store coupons for products other than Kroger brand. Look for them in your Smith’s mailers and on displays near the products. You can combine a store and manufacturer coupon to get a bigger discount on the purchase of a single product in the same transaction. Even if both coupons say “Limit one coupon per transaction,” Smith’s coupon policy does allow for both coupons to be used together. Shoppers are allowed to combine Catalina coupons and Money Off Smith’s store coupons with all other manufacturers coupons.

Coupons Redeemable only at Walmart

Available/Redeemable at Walmart, Target, Walgreens or Other Store:
Many of the printable coupons from Coupons.com have a store suggestion on them. Keep in mind, this is only a suggestion. Some retailers like Walmart pay to have their names printed on manufacturer coupons, but this doesn’t mean you can’t use them at other stores. Unless the coupon specifically states ONLY valid at that particular store you can use it anywhere that accepts coupons, including Smith’s. Read more about this on Coupons.com here.

Can Not Be Combined With Any Other Coupon:
Sometimes this lingo confuses people. When you see a manufacturer coupon with “Cannot be combined with any other coupon,” it doesn’t mean you can’t use a store coupon on top of the manufacturer coupon. Since the store coupon is basically a one time sale offer from the store and the manufacturer coupon is an offer from that product. If the store’s policy is to accept both you can use them together. What the coupon means is you can not use (or combine) two manufacturer coupons for the same item.

Limit 1-4 Coupon(s) Per Visit:
“One per visit” means you can only use one identical coupon per shopping trip. If you have multiple identical coupons that have this verbiage, you’ll have to return to the store another day to use them. While we do hear extreme couponers stating that they simply walk out and then walk back in and that means “visit”. We think that’s not within the spirit of the fine print and abuses valid use.

Limit One Coupon(s) Per Customer or Household:
This is new lingo we’re seeing pop up occasionally on coupons. Even if you have four of the same coupon with the phrase “One per customer” or “One per person” you can’t use more than one total. 

Products pictured:
A lot of couponers assume that the product(s) shown on a coupon are the only items eligible for the discount. This is often not the case. Make sure to read the listed products and sizes. Most often you’ll have more than what’s shown as an optional purchase.

How To Use CouponsVoid if reproduced, transferred, or used to purchase products for resale.
There are some groups of people out there that have chosen to sell or transfer coupons, or buy hoards of the same product using coupons to re-sell for a large profit. Both stores and manufacturers have expressed that this has become a huge problem for them. While it may be tempting to participate in these kinds of Social Media communities, doing so goes against the gift the manufacturer is giving you by discounting their product and is already resulting in negative results, not to mention in many cases it’s illegal. We don’t endorse the purchase or transfer of any coupon for any reason.

Manufacturers put out coupons because they want you to try their products and they hope you’ll become brand loyal in the process. Most of these same manufacturers donate millions to charitable organizations. Using the coupon correctly ensures that they will continue to do so and that we will continue to see great coupons from them. 

Hopefully this will help you feel more confident that you’re using your coupons correctly. We’ll be posting more of these Coupon Class tips in the next few weeks.

Confession Time – We Don’t Buy Our Chicken or Beef at Smith’s


Confession time. Yes, it’s true, we don’t buy most of our Chicken or Ground Beef at Smith’s. I know, it feels like we’re traitors. It’s not that we have something against Smith’s meat; in fact when I’m running low, it’s the first place I turn and I love the Heritage Farm whole chickens and fresh seafood. Not to mention the butcher at my store is super cute . But, when you see this gorgeous meat you’ll be hooked too. Zaycon is the highest quality meat for the lowest prices anywhere!

Through 7/30 only, Zaycon Foods is offering a special promo code CHICKEN149 to save 12% off your total order if it contains chicken! This makes the chicken breasts just $1.49 lb and the 80/20 ground beef just $2.63 lb!

Zaycan Food

(photo: Coupons4Utah)

We’ve posted about this company many times over on Coupons4Utah. Their meat is top quality and defiantly a tremendous value. See our Chicken review here, and our Beef review here. It’s a great way to get a large amount of meat for a nice value. If you are a smaller family without a freezer, consider going in on an order in with someone. That’s what I do. This meat will NOT disappoint you.

How to Order:

#1 – Go to Zaycon Foods and Register for your free account.

#2 – Click on the “your account” page

#3 – Search through the sales in your area and add the items to your cart. You are allowed to purchase your cases from two different sales, but your purchase must include Chicken.

During checkout, enter the code CHICKEN149 12% off your purchase. NOTE: Code expires (7/30)

Smith’s Marketplace Shoppers – Get FREE Gift Cards


Are you using ShopKick yet? f you need a few extra shopping dollars (who doesn’t right?) Check out Shopkick. Shopkick is a mobile app that rewards you for simply walking in the door of a store various stores, including most Smith’s Marketplace Stores. This rewards app is user friendly and super easy to figure out.


When you launch the shopkick app on your phone it will pull up a bunch of stores that are close to you. Some of the stores will offer walk-in kicks, the stores change from day to day so, watch your messages. Then simply open the app and walk in the front door of the store with the offer, wait for a second, the Shopkick app will recognize you are there and give you between 25-200 kicks JUST FOR WALKING IN THE DOOR.

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Stores like Target, Walmart, Crate & Barrel, Best Buy and yep, Smith’s Marketplace!  Plus, once inside the store, you’ll often find opportunities to earn more points by scanning the bar codes of certain products. Just last weekend, I earned 400 very quick kicks at Best Buy, while picking up an order. It took less than 5 minutes.


The Kicks then convert to FREE gift cards for stores like Target, Macy’s and Lowes you can even use them to snag FREE fuel gift cards, movie gift cards and FREE Papa John’s gift cards, the choice is yours.


I’d consider myself a casual ShopKicker, and don’t usally make special trips for kicks and I have earned several gift cards while out and about, doing my regular shopping. It’s surprising how quickly they add up.

ShopKick is fun and something the whole family can get in on. It only takes 2,500 kicks to earn a $10 Target or Lowe’s gift card. This fun and rewarding app is definitely one to check out!

Are you a ShopKicker? What tips do you have for new users?

Original Post on Coupons4Utah.com

How to Make Your Own Customized Shopping List

There have been lots and lots of new readers to the site the last few days. Welcome aboard, we are glad you are here. Here’s a quick 4 minute video on how to create your own customized shopping list using the my list feature. Each time you visit the website you can add more to your list until you’re ready to shop.

If you can’t see the video, head on over to our newly created Youtube channel to watch and follow us there.

13.8 Million Dollars Back to Your Community in 2015

Smith's community

We all love shopping at Smith’s right? But, did you know that Smith’s is one of the leaders in community participation. I was recently in Smith’s corporate office and was amazed at to find out the figure that Smith’s has given back to our local community. 12.3 million dollars given to Children’s Hospitals, Food Banks, the USO, the American Cancer Society to name a few throughout Utah, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico.

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And that doesn’t include the nearly 1.5 million that was donated to education and other community programs through their community rewards programs. A whopping 13.8 million dollars given to better families lives.

“Smith’s is gratified by the loyalty of our customers to drive donations to local charities,” said Marsha Gilford, Smith’s vice president public affairs. “The Smith’s Community Rewards Program helps customers effectively support a cause that is most important to them.”

If you haven’t yet, make sure to link your Smith’s shoppers card to their Community Rewards program. This program is completely free for you and, as you can see, will have a huge impact on the community. 

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To help your favorite organization, just link your card to the participating charity or cause of your choice. Then every time you shop, Smith’s will make a donation. It’s free for you to participate. There are hundreds of causes on the list including Utah Food Bank, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, local schools, animal shelters and many many more.

How to start participating:
*1 – Log into your Smith’s account (or sign up and link your Smith’s rewards card)
*2 – Click on your name on the top right and scroll to the bottom of the page
*3 – Click on “enroll” under community rewards and choose the organization you want to support.

You can find a list of the charities for your area at this link here.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Printing Internet Grocery Coupons

Printing Grocery Coupons

Printing internet coupons can be confusing and event a little scary for those just getting started. Here’s a list of the most asked frequently asked questions when it comes to printing internet Grocery Questions.

*Where do I find Internet Grocery Coupons?

Finding them can be tough. You will often find printable coupons on various manufacturers websites and Facebook pages. There are also several large companies that work with manufacturers and release their coupons. The most popular and trusted are Coupons.com, Hopster.com, SmartSource.com and Redplum.com. We’ve teamed up with these sites, so in some cases you don’t even have to leave the site to print. You will also find a massive collection of internet grocery coupons on our Printable Coupon DataBase found here.

*Why do I have to install the “Coupon Printer” to print coupons?

Coupon printer is an application that limits the number of coupons you can print.  Most vendors allow 2 prints per computer and will require you to have coupon printer installed on your computer to print coupons.  You can usually push the back button to print a second and sometimes third coupon, but sometimes you have to revisit the website to get the second print.

*Why do I have to sign-up to print some of the coupons?

Most of the companies that have you sign-up for their coupons are doing some kind of research and want to know where the best marketing dollar for their buck is.  Many have online newsletters that they send out to keep you coming back for more. If you don’t want the newsletter there is usually a box you can un-check to keep from receiving it. If you worried about spam we suggest you get a junk email address that way you can still get the coupons without the worry.  G-mail & Yahoo are both good.

*How can I save on ink & paper?

Set your printer to preview before you print and print 1 coupon at a time. This way you can cancel the print after the coupon prints and not have to print the ad that sometimes appears at the bottom of the page.

To save paper, I like to trim the first coupon I print off the page then feed the leftover paper through again to print 1 more coupon, then flip the paper over to print the last one.

I get my ink cartridges refilled at Costco. The cost is $7.99-9.99 depending on the cartridge. If you aren’t a Costco member, I’ve also ordered from 123Inkjets with good results.

*When I click on the coupon link, I get the message “sorry there are no prints for this campaign”. Why does this happen?

When the vendor releases the coupons they issue a certain number of prints. Once all the prints are gone you will get this message. We leave the coupon link on the web page because the coupon often makes a come back. So, if you see an item you use often check the link periodically. You, might find the coupon has been released again. We do our best to keep you posted on when the coupon becomes available again. If you click on a link that is broken and all you get is a bunch of code, please let us know through the contact link at the top of the page.

*What’s a “print limit”

Manufacturers put print limits on most printable coupons. The first limit is how many you can print per computer. It’s usually 2, but I always check sometimes they allow  more than 2. Just push your browsers back button to find out.  They also put a limit on the number of coupons released. So when that number has been met the coupon then disappears.

*Is there a secret to getting the High Value coupons before they print out?

Everyone that loves those high value printable’s has had this frustration! Especially with the growing demand. Coupons.com seems to release theirs very early in the morning (1:00 am). Yes, I hate to admit it, but I am often up and checking. Redplum seems to go with Sunday’s, and we do get warning of most of theirs. We do our best to let you know of what’s coming. If you miss one don’t get frustrated. I’ve missed out on many myself.

*What does it mean when you refer to “reset”?

As mentioned previously most coupons have a 2 print limit per computer. Periodically through out a campaign the manufacturer may decide to allow more prints. So, they reset the coupon to print again. Allowing you to print a couple more. We often see this happen just before a coupon campaign ends.

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*Can I photocopy or scan the coupon?

NO! and NO! It’s illegal to make photo copies any coupon that has a limit. Read the terms of use you have to check before printing, you’ll see they say 1 or 2 per household or person etc... Printable coupons actually have an embedded code that print associated with computer’s IP. They are tracked. When you download the required coupon printer you make the agreement not to copy the coupons. Photocopying coupons is the equivalent of printing dollar bills; it’s fraud, plain and simple. Don’t make this mistake.

*Where do I find legitimate coupons and how do I know?

Legal printable coupons will most often be found on the manufactures website, Facebook page or a coupon printing resource like coupons.com. If you aren’t printing it from one of those specific places, it’s possible it’s not legit. If the coupon is super HIGH in value and seems to good to be true it probably is. If you ever have a question about a specific coupon you can check with the CIC (Coupon Information Center) or feel free to post the question on our page and we’ll do our best to check it out for you.

Here’s a list of the some of the best resources we know for finding and printing legitimate coupons:

Coupons.com – Has $100’s of dollars worth of printable coupons. They update and change at random so print them when you see them. Usually a 2 print limit.

SmartSource.com – In addition to their weekly newspaper circular, SmartSource has loads of printable coupons online. These online coupons are a little less time sensitive than the other websites and not as high in value. You often find the same coupon in Sunday’s paper. The pull down menu on the “Brand” category is very useful for navigating the site.

Redplum.com – Has fewer coupons than Coupons.com, but still a great resource. New coupons are usually released early Sunday morning. You’ll want to hit the site then to get the more popular coupons. Watch out the high value coupons go FAST!

Hopster.com – Hopster allows the user to boost the value of the coupon by performing social actions like sharing.

Common Kindness – Coupons from Common Kindness are for usually for Healthy, Earth Friendly or Organic Foods. To access you need to log in or create a Common Kindness account and choose a charity to support. When you use the coupon, Common Kindness will make a donation to the charity. How cool is that?!

Manufacturers Websites:

Kelloggs.com – Kellogg’s releases high value coupons that often don’t make it into the weekly circulars. New coupons are added at the first of each month.

Proctor & Gamble – Proctor & Gamble has many printable coupons available on their site. P&G products include, Tide, Crest, Febreeze and more.

BettyCrocker.com – Has coupons specific to Betty Crocker products. Many of which are found on Coupons.com as well. It makes a great second chance at some coupons when 2 prints aren’t enough. You will also find fun recipes on this website.

Cambell’sKitchen.com – Has coupons specific to Campbell’s products. The coupons on this site are often hard to find. You will also find other coupons and offers on this site as well. Currently there is a $2.00 coupon for a Campbell’s cookbook and an offer for FREE music downloads.

Reynold’sKitchen.com – Various coupons from Reynolds Wrap, including foil and baking containers.

Right@Home – Coupons for SE Johnson products that include Glade, Ziploc, Windex and others.

Huggies.com – Huggies coupons and others from Kimberly Scott company.

Crazy4Smiths Coupon Database – Sure, you could go to each companies website. Or, let us do the work for you. Our database is loaded with 1,000’s of manufacturer’s individual coupons. If there is an item you know you’re going to purchase, just search the database before you shop.

No Printer? Check this out:

Newspaper Deal 289

Utah Readers: If you aren’t taking the newspaper, you should be. It’s the best resource out their for coupons. We have the best current available rates the newspapers have to offer. Usually, you’ll receive 1 Smart Source (SS) circular weekly and a circular for Proctor Gamble (PG) comes out monthly. Currently a one year subscription to the Salt Lake Tribune or Deseret News Sunday edition is just $20 for the year! Go here for ordering information.

Newspaper deals for other states will be coming soon. 

Digital and Coupon Apps:

Smith’s – These are coupons that can be downloaded on to you Smith’s shoppers card only. These coupons can NOT be combined with any other paper coupons, so make sure to keep track of what’s on your card

Saving Star – These offers track through your Smith’s shoppers card. When your purchase reaches the required amount, you will get a refund added to your Savings Star account. Then, simply request a payout via PayPal, bank deposit or take an Amazon gift card instead.

App. Savings and Rebate Offers: These smart phone apps. allow you add coupons via mobile device. Add the offer to your account and then purchase as normal. Afterwards simply submit your receipt. The money is then deposited into your account where you can request a payout.




Shopmium: New users enter the code GGAGKCTA and receive a FREE Lindt Chocolate Bar Offer

*Hopefully these tips will help you feel confident on getting started on your money saving journey. If you have more questions, feel free to ask them on Facebook or leave a comment on any post. There are contributors and readers happy to help.

Happy Printing!

Coupon Lingo: Abbreviations, Sayings and Terms

Coupon Acronyms Crazy4Smiths

When you’re first learning the ropes of using coupons, it can be very daunting. There is so much to learn about printing, clipping and digital offers that it’s overwhelming. Then you try reading a post and see all the coupon lingo that it may feel like you want to give up before you ever get started. Hopefully this will help, Here’s a list of some of the most-used terms and abbreviations and what they mean that  you’ll see and hear used by seasoned couponers on and on blogs:

Common abbriviations often used on Crazy4Smiths:

PG, P&G: Proctor and Gamble, also, the Proctor and Gamble insert found in Sunday’s newspaper. You can also print various Proctor and Gamble coupons from the PG website here. They are not necessarily the same as what’s in the paper.

RP: RedPlum coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper. You can also print various RedPlum coupon from this page on our website. They are not necessarily the same.

SS: Smart Source coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper. You can also print various Smart Source coupon from this page on our website. They are not necessarily the same.

GM: General Mills. Occasionally we will see a coupon booklet from General Mills.

.50¢/2, $1/1, etc. – This indicates the value of a coupon, .50 off 2 times or $1 off 1 item in these examples, but could be any value, $1.50/3 would be $1.50 off 3 items. and so on.

Blinkie: Coupon dispensed from a box attached to a store shelf. The term “blinkie” comes because the box holding the coupons sometimes has a blinking light.

BOGO, B1G1, B1G1F: Buy one, get 1 free. Crazy4Smith’s will typically use BOGO.

CAT or Catalina: Coupons that print out of the little machine next to the register. In the case of Smith’s these are often for cash off your next purchase of ANY item(s) in the store. Some will also say “manufacturer’s coupon” on them, those can only be used on that specific product. Also, look for Catalina’s that make announcements for future Catalina offers.

DND: Do not double. This is an indicator to the store that the merchant will not pay the store back if the coupon is doubled. Since Smith’s doesn’t double you won’t see us use this term, but it is included on the fine print of coupon on the lists we make.

ETS: Excludes Trial Size. This coupon can not be used for a trial size product.

Filler: An item or items you buy in order to get your total up to a certain amount or product number. In our case, we use this most often to for Mega Sale matches as suggestions of inexpensive items you can get when you need a couple more items to make the quantity required to meet the Mega Sale requirements.

NLA: No longer available. Usually refers to a printable coupon that has reached it’s print limit and is not longer available to print.

OYNO: On Your Next Order. You would most likely see this lingo when we describe a Catalina offer

Peelie: A coupon that is attached to a product. These can be pealed off the product and used immediately when purchasing that specific product item.

Printable: A coupon that can be printed. You’ll find the link for the coupon attached to the wording of it’s value.

Q: Coupon

Regional: A coupon, coupon value, sale price or deal available in only a specific area. Also, note that our coupons listed on the match-ups are based on a national coupon database. Some may not be available in all areas.

Stacking or Stack: Using a manufacturer’s coupon in addition to a digital or store coupon to get a lower price. Note that we will ONLY list these when it is allowed by the providing companies. For example, Ibotta will allow you to submit for a rebate even if you have used a coupon; SavingStar will not unless it’s a money back rebate on a certain purchase total. In our match-ups will will not post anything that isn’t permitted or that skirts the rules.

Tear pad: A pad of coupons or rebate forms. These will often be attached to the store shelf. In the case of Smith’s, they will occasionally have them at customer service. Just ask if they have any special coupons or rebates.

UPC: The Universal Product Code or bar code found on the item for sale.

WYB: When You Buy

Other abbreviations. We don’t use these much, but you might find them on other Coupon Blogs and Websites:

AC: After coupon
AR:  After rebate
BTFE, Box Tops: Box Tops for Education
B&M:  “Brick & Mortar” store (as opposed to an online store)
CPN: Coupon
CRT: Cash register tape. Used when referring to coupons at the bottom of your receipt.
Double Coupon: A coupon which can be doubled in value
ECB:  Extra Care Bucks (CVS store equivalent to Catalina, they print on receipt)
ETA:  Edited to Add
FAR: Free After Rebate
FS: Free shipping
GC: Gift card or gift certificate
GDA, FDA, HDA: Good Deal Alert, Free Deal Alert, Hot Deal Alert
HTH: Hope That Helps
In-Ad: Coupons that come in the weekly store ad.
IVC: Instant Value Coupon (Walgreens, reference to their in-store monthly coupon booklet)
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
PSA: Prices Starting At
RR: Register Rewards (Walgreens, equivalent to Catalina, they  print with receipt)
SCR: Single Check Rebate (Rite Aid)
TMF: Try Me Free
Triple Coupon: A coupon which can be tripled in value
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
V: Valassis, the parent company of Redplum.
YMMV: Your Mileage May Vary; meaning  you may or may not be successful with a particular deal or price at your store.

Hopefully this will help you the next time you’re checking our Smith’s match-ups or visiting another discount blog. Did we miss any. Please leave a comment and we’ll add it to the list.