Organizing Coupons?


I'm starting to become an avid coupon clipper. I've joined a coupon train and just purchased 150+ coupons on eBay for less than $6.00. Now, I'd love to learn a good, effective way to store/sort them in like a binder or something. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions? I'm just trying to save some money and get the most out of my coupons! Thanks.


By Jaci from Missouri

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September 23, 20110 found this helpful
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I found a CD storage case for my coupons. It is about 8" by 12" and has around 24 pockets. I labeled each pocket with an index card inserted into each pocket. I found the CD case at a yard sale for 10 cents. It works well. I also use an accordion style folder for the weekly coupon inserts from the paper. I used several videos on youtube about coupon organizing. Good Luck

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January 19, 20120 found this helpful
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I like all the ideas especially the one using the CD holder. Thus far my "system" consists of two recycled envelopes, the size you get a large greeting card in, preferably coloured. I use two envelopes, one for grocery coupons and one for restaurant coupons. I keep them in the door storage slot in my car.


Before I go into the grocery store I check the envelope. That's the time to edit the outdated ones. I may take coupons out and put them in my wallet or I may take the envelope in. I am a shift worker and like to grab a breakfast sandwich on the way home. I always have my coupons with me.

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June 2, 20110 found this helpful

Google "coupon binder" and tons of ideas come up, most with pictures. (;

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July 4, 20110 found this helpful

Check out It's easy to set up and keep organized. You can find the baseball trading card pockets at dollar stores, WalMart, etc.


but I perfer the ones that Target sells. They are a better/hardier plastic. Happy Couponing!

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