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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

Going Nuts? I can help you understand coupon terms and abbreviations

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There is a new coupon booklet out in Walgreens with a few store coupons and a number of manufacturer coupons.  The entire booklet is in Spanish including the coupons!


“Usted es mas que una estadistica” or “You are More Than Statistics.”

Thanks to Sean and Google Translator for helping the rest of us know what these are.  (I know a little Latin but have yet to find coupons in it!)

Store Coupons
.50/1 off Walgreens Ultra Thin Lancets 100 ct (exp. 9/30)

.50/1 off Walgreens Glucose Gel 1.34 oz. (exp. 9/30)

Manufacturer’s Coupons
$2 off Zostrix Neuropathy Cream (exp. 9/30)

$1 off any Multi-betic product (exp. 9/30)

$5 off  FreeStyle Lite Test Strips. (exp. 9/30)

$2 off any Glucerna product (exp. 9/30)

$2.50 off all BD Ultra Fine Lancets (exp. 12/31)

.50/1 off all BD Home Sharps Containers (exp. 12/31)

$4 off Walgreens TRUETest Blood Glucose Test Strips 100 ct (exp. 12/31)

Free Walgreens TRUE2GO Blood Glucose Monitoring System wyb (1) box of 100 or (2) boxes of 50 Walgreens TRUETest Blood Glucose Test Strips (exp. 12/31)

This was found near the pharmacy with the Diabetes & You Magazines.

    • Jenny, you know Latin too? We might be the only two Latin-reading super-couponers on earth! Haha

      • Snellmom

        No, I went through 3 years of Latin in high school and my kids are learning it now, well parts of it!

        • amym

          Wow – so many Latin nerds in one place!! I had 2 years in college and my 3rd grader is learning it now.

          • tina

            i, too, am a latin nerd. not only did i take it in high school & college, but now i teach it!

    • Amy B.

      Technically its “You are more than a statistic” but Google Translator was close :p.


      Well count me in too. I’m fluent in spanish. But don’t know many spanish speaking people that couponers too.

      • Martha

        Si claro que hay gente que habla español y esta ahorrando con cupones tambien.

    • Karrie

      I actually found this in my Walgreens and they do have it in english and it was by the pharmacy along with the Diabietes & you booklets

      • Weslie

        ditto- I have the english one too

    • Becky

      Born in Brasil (MK) and learning Spanish too. :)

    • D

      They have them in English as well… I found them on a table beside the pharmacy… it states “You’re more than a Number” on the front. Different picture but same coupons just in english!

    • Maria T

      I am teaching a lot of my “Spanish Speaking friends” how to shop with coupons, we do not have/use them in our countries.
      I have seen couple Hispanics

      Maria T

    • Iveth Major

      I am a Latin coupon addict. I am from Colombia; to, I’m fluent in Spanish, since it is my 1st. language. Hey! I am happy bthere is more coupons available!!! Any translation needs, please ask me…At no charge obviously. I am 100% a couponer and have no debt. We are 100% debt free thanks to Dave Ramsey (that include – no mortgage payment!) and I do coupons for us and for charity! ;0) It is fun!