Organizing Store Discount Cards

Organizing Store Discount Cards
It seems that just about every store you go into these days is giving another discount card. They are a great way to get discounts where you shop, but with so many to carry it can be difficult to keep them straight. This is a page about organizing store discount cards.

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November 30, 2011

I had an older unused credit card wallet, just the size of credit cards, and I use it for the discount cards only. It is easy to find in my purse. I also have one I use for my health insurance cards and information. It has proved handy and a time saver.

by happyinharned from Harned, KY

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October 31, 2007

Organize your store "perk" cards, gym membership cards, library card etc. by punching a hole in one of the corners using a hole puncher and then putting them on a key ring.

By Robbie from Knoxville, TN

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May 24, 2011

When I go food shopping, I have attached my price plus discount card to my recyclable bag. I just punched a hole in the card (away from the bar code). No more misplaced card and I recycle at the same time.

By waitress from Brick, NJ

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October 2, 2011

Many stores offer "frequent shopper" cards that look like credit cards. These were always in my wallet, but they were hard to find and keep organized.


I took all the cards I use, punched a hole in the corner of each one, then put them all on a keyring.

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July 6, 2006

Today's poll asks: How many shopping reward cards for stores do you carry with you?

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October 26, 20200 found this helpful

I don't need to actually carry any of those cards. All the stores in my area will take my phone number instead of the card.

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February 15, 2011

I have too many store cards and other important information that I needed to keep on hand, like addresses for forms and kids school address and class numbers (I have three kids and need it when I go to school to pick them up or meet the teacher).


I put some colorful labels on some plastic cards from a cruise that we went some years ago, entered the necessarily information and used a hole puncher to punch holes in one corner of all the cards including the store cards. I strung the cards using a key ring. Now when I go to the supermarket, I do not fumble through my handbag or make a mess of my purse. I can get all the discount that is due while shopping. I have also added a handy Swiss army knife that has a scissors, nail file, knife and a screwdriver all that fold in. It had become a very handy tool.

By Raji from Queens, NY

Use a keychain for store cards.

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July 1, 2020

This accordion fold paper store loyalty card organizer is easy and inexpensive to make. Let us show you how.

Paper Card Organizer - open organizer ready to use to store cards

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September 5, 2013

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