Welcome to the junk drawer of SwagGrabber! Here are links to just about everything and it will be constantly growing. Here you can find comprehensive lists of coupon sources, survey programs, product testing opportunities, and much more!


AC – After Coupon
AR – After Rebate
BOGO – Buy One Get One Free (aka B1G1)
BOGO50% – Buy One Get One 50% off (aka B1G150%)
CPN or Q – Coupon
CRT – Cash Register Tape
DND – Do Not Double
ECB – Extra Care Bucks (CVS)
FAR – Free After Rebate
HANGTAG – Coupon Hanging on a Product
MFG – Manufacturer (also MFR)
MIR – Mail in Rebate
OOP – Out of Pocket
PEELIE – Coupon on the Outside of a Product
RC – Rain Check
RR – Register Reward (Walgreens)
STACK(ING) – Using a Manufacturer Coupon and a Store Coupon
TEARPAD – Pads of Coupons, Refunds, etc located in the store
TMF – Try Me Free Rebate
WYB – When You Buy
YMMV – Your Mileage May Vary (what I get you may not)

PG – Proctor & Gamble Insert
SS – Smart Source Insert
RP – Red Plum Insert
GM – General Mills Insert

Sources For Coupons

SwagGrabber coupon database
The Coupon Clippers
Smart Source
Red Plum
Bricks Printables
Box Tops for Education
Shop Smart
Publix Programs

Find out which papers have coupons in them:
Proctor & Gamble

Coupon Policies

I recommend printing each of these coupon policies and keeping them in your coupon binder or purse in case an issue ever arises.

Publix Coupon Policy
Target Coupon Policy
Walmart Coupon Policy
Dollar General Coupon Policy
Family Dollar Coupon Policy
Walgreens Coupon Policy
Rite Aid Coupon Policy
Kroger Coupon Policy
Harris Teeter Coupon Policy
Safeway Coupon Policy
Brookshires Coupon Policy
Randalls Coupons Policy
Staples Price Match Guarantee
Food Lion Coupon Policy

Survey Programs

Opinion Outpost
Ipsos Isay
Neilsen HomeScan
Survey Police
Zoom Panel
Panda Research

Product Testing

Allure Experts
B&N First Look Club
Generation Mom
IceBox Advisors
She Speaks
Vocal Point

Cash Back Programs

Shop At Home
Mr. Rebates

SwagGrabber Resources

SwagGrabber Features
Price Point Spreadsheet
CVS 101
Companies to Contact

Learn to Coupon

If you are new to using coupons you must read a series of articles we put together called “the Crash Course” (click HERE), it is designed to give you a pretty good understanding of how to use coupons and how to maximize your savings in the shortest amount of time. There are five parts to it so make sure to read them all!

Entire Series….
Part 1 – Couponing Think Big Start Small – click HERE to read Part 1
Part 2 – Price Points & How to Find Coupons – click HERE to read Part 2
Part 3 – The Illusive Foreign Language of Couponing – click HERE to read Part 3
Part 4 – Coupon Organization – click HERE to read Part 4
Part 5 = Your First Shopping Trip – click HERE to read Part 5

Here are a bunch of articles to help you on your saving way!!!
CVS 101
Walgreens 101
Rite Aid 101