Blinkie – These are the coupons that come out of the little machines ( with the little blinking lights) found near certain items in the grocery store. The coupons are usually in the machines for 4 weeks and can hold over 300 coupons.
Catalinas – these print at the register. They may also be called a check out coupon. And are good “ONYO” ( on your next order). Sometimes one will print that is an announcement for an upcoming deal. These coupons are store specific and can only be redeemed at the store you received it from.
Peelies – A coupon attached to a product.
Printable Coupon – Sometimes referred to as IPs. They may be on a company’s website. Many can be found at Smart Source and Red Plum websites. You may need to download a Coupon Software to print these offers.
Sunday Inserts – the Smart Source (SS), Red Plum/Vlassis (RP), PGBrandSaver (PG) inserts in Sunday newspapers. Offers are regional.
Tearpads – A pad of coupons found near a product.
Hang/Winetags – a coupon that hangs on a string around a bottle. Check the fine print, not all winetag offers require an alcohol purchase.