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If you are new to all this couponing as I was your probably wondering how do I keep all these coupons organized and keep it making sense.
If you have not watched Extreme Couponing then you are even more confused.
Well for starters You need a binder, no not a skinny 1 inch binder either, I made that mistake when I started and within 2 weeks I outgrew it.
I moved to a 2 inch binder that was zippered I however have now out grown that and picked up a nifty dual ring binder at Wal-Mart for $14.95 its made by Case-it. They also have them at Amazon.
Next you need collector card pages, these might be kinda hard to find as people tend to wipe them out, but you can find these in any office supply store or even Wal-Mart. In Wal-Mart look near where ever they sell all the Pokemon and Yu-Gi-oh cards they have packs of 35 sheets for like $4.95, in the office supply stores your gonna find them near the dividers and other binder organization pages but less pages for a higher price.
I’ve found even a better deal at Amazon recently Check them out 100 pages for $12.95 – $13.76 not bad at all.
And lastly you’ll need those dividers to help divide up your binder into categories. I personally have like 15 – 20 categories which at times does not seem like nearly enough because a few of them I have 4 categories crammed in one section.
The Krazy Coupon Lady website offers a terrific printout of categories so you might also want to check them out. There are links to their Free Downloads in the right side of the page just scroll down. Sorry don’t want to link to their downloads that would be rude.
Another trick is Envelopes, find them as cheap as you can find them because your most likely gonna write all over them and toss them later.
But anyways these are invaluable for having your coupons for each store already pulled and ready, then you write, right on the envelope what you are after in that store. Once you get your items and are at checkout no flying through your binder looking for those coupons they are all ready for handing over.
But make sure you always have the binder with you for unadvertised deals, you never know when you’ll find a steal that was not shown in their weekly ad.
The envelopes are also great for organizing your different transactions at CVS or Wal-Greens when you are rolling the transactions to take advantage of ExtraCare Bucks or Register Rewards.
If you have any questions feel free to ask. Thanks for Visiting Ooingle and I will continue to root up those deals for ya.
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