Coupon Binder Pages!
It’s 2015! Time to get on track and save money by getting your coupons organized by building a Coupon Binder!
There are a ton of ways to organize your coupon binder. It’s really a personal choice. There are a ton of different types of pages to choose from. The baseball card holders are the easiest to find at local Craft Stores, Target, and Amazon.com, but there are other options that may work better for your situation.
I think the best options are a combination of 3-pocket currency pages, baseball card holders, full page pockets, 3 pocket pages, 4 pocket pages, and business card pages. You can find all of these different types of pocket pages on Amazon.com here.
To use the Baseball Card Holders, You generally have to fold your coupons. I like to fold them so that I can still see the product as well as the expiration date. Sometimes, that’s not possible.
The 3 Pocket Currency Pages are great for the front of each section. I use them as a holder for my coupons that I’ve pulled while planning my trip. I keep my pulled coupons in the middle pocket. As I add items to my cart, I move those coupons to the top pocket. If I can’t find the item I have a coupon for, I put it in the bottom pocket for refiling later. They also work well for printable coupons if you don’t want to fold them.
I use these 3 Pocket Pages for retail coupons that come in inserts or in the mail. It’s just another option for a larger pocket.
I have the 4 Pocket Pages scattered throughout each section here and there for when I’m too lazy to fold a coupon. If you get most of these, prepare to get a big binder, because you’ll need a lot of pages!
These Business Card Pages are perfect for all of those retail discount cards and gift cards that you receive.
I use the 3 Inch Case It Zipper Binder to hold my coupons. I’ve had it for 4 years and never had an issue with it! It’s held up really well!
I think a binder is the best way to store and organize your coupons. You can see everything this way! I used to lose or forget to use coupons in the file I used to use. This is so much better!!
I hope you can use this post to give you ideas to build a better binder for you & save money in 2015!