I am so excited about my new coupon organizing system! I’ll be honest and say that it took a bit of work to get it set up, but this is because I had so many coupons to begin with. (And it is so worth it!) I was already using two separate coupon holders to carry all my coupons and then it became a pain to try to find the right coupon while in the store when I found that great clearance item. (Check out my own holder here)
This new organizing system allows me to carry all my coupons in one binder, see what coupons I have immediately, and keep them organized so nothing gets lost. I picked a binder that zips up, too, because I didn’t want coupons to fall out when I’m carrying it. I definitely recommend this system, but of course, everyone is different and you really should organize your coupons the way that works best for you.
If you are looking for a new way to organize your coupons,
or just starting out, take a look to see if this would work for you!
Here’s how I did it:
3-ring Binder– I found this binder on clearance at an office supply store for only $9.99. There is a pretty wide range of prices for 3-ring binders, but check the back clearance section or Amazon for a good deal.
Dividers– I used old manilla folders: cut them in half, added 3-punch holes, and labeled them.
Baseball Cards plastic sheets– Find these at office supply stores, Target, Walmart, or Kmart to name a few.
And of course, Coupons! To learn about how increase your coupons, check out my 10 Tips to Increase Your Coupon Stash.
Body Wash & Soap
Medicine & Vitamins
Meat & Dairy
Fresh Produce & Bread
Snacks & Drinks
Batteries, Lightbulbs, & Misc
The total cost for my new coupon system was only $9.99, but it is worth so much more to me.
3-ring binder $9.99 (clearanced)
Dividers ($0, around the house)
Plastic Sheets ($0, around the house)
Organized Coupons That Make Shopping Easier: PRICELESS!
How do you organize your coupons?
Free Samples. Here
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