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Printable- Coupon Binder Organizer!

Here you go all you newbie KCLs, here’s a printable file that will immediately get you organized.
Click here to view the pdf file.
Then print it out (32 pages- don’t say I didn’t warn you) and make your binder!

I’m sharing my personal table of contents with 31 categories and then 31 Section Header pages. (Kind of a lot to print, but I made them black and white since you’re already using up all your color ink printing internet coupons.) I don’t use actual tabs, I just print out the 31 category header pages and put them in clear sheet protectors. I have most of my category page numbers memorized by now, and while you’re still learning the Table of Contents is a quick flip away.

31 categories? That’s a lot, I know, but the more organized I am, the easier it is at the store. For example, for me it’s important to separate lotion, from body wash and from hair care because they’re all on different isles. I like to be able to go grocery shopping sometimes without planned coupon usage, I just flip my pages in my binder as I walk down different isles. It’s super handy!

More info that may help: I use a 3″ binder, 60 baseball card holders ($5 for pack of 30 at Target), and about 50 sheet protectors- for all my categories plus one empty sheet protector as my very first page. I use this empty protector as I shop, by pulling the coupons I need and placing them here until I’m standing at the check-out. (I also have some coupons in full page sheet protectors if I’m too lazy to cut them and a whole sheet happens to belong in the same category.)

I hope this helps show some of you one way to organize your coupons and save lots of money!
Leave a comment if you’re going to implement this system or if you have another method of organization you’d like to share!

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37 thoughts on “Printable- Coupon Binder Organizer!”

  1. Terri Todd says:

    Web link syill nkt working

  2. Edena Dunfee-Booth says:

    I just tried to view also but web site is not working. : (

  3. Rachel says:

    Cannot view the PDF for the binder either :(

  4. Conchita says:

    This site to open the Binder Template is no longer available. Can you repost??

  5. Jackielen Powell says:

    Please e-mail info on starting a binder with krazycouponlady to the email…..Thanks

  6. Anonymous says:

    I had to update my browser and adobe now I do not have any problem with the links

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  8. Anonymous says:

    I can’t get this to print correctly.:/ Somehow it is inverting and the category words are printing in white. The header "Pick Another Checkout Lane, honey" and your web address are printing fine, but everything under the yellow dotted line isn’t showing. :( 

  9. Victoria Booth says:

    Thx for sharing this information uts very helpful. I’m definitely gonna it 

  10. Anonymous says:

    Thx for sharing this information uts very helpful. I’m definitely gonna it 

  11. cqbell5769 says:

    I am going to use this.  I am just starting  and i love this site. It is very helpful. Thanks for taking the time out to share.

  12. Anonymous says:

    i am going to use this. my husband and i are just starting to use coupons. dont know anything about how to save the tons of money others save, but its a start. thanks for sharing.

  13. Hope says:

    Been looking for something like this for a couple of days. So excited to begin this new form of organizing. This is an organizers dream! Thanks

  14. Kristine Garner says:

    I stumbled upon this site and thought it was totally awesome. Instead of putting the category pages in sheet protectors I took the liberty of laminating them and then adding the tabs on the side. I Love It! I run an in home childcare and I will definitely be letting the parents know about this!

  15. Thank you so much for this! We list this organizer in the Resources section of our blog; it’s fantastic! I also add adhesive tabs to the dividers to make it easier to find the categories when shopping. Making a coupon binder has made it so much easier to save money each week.

  16. Sarah says:

    I am soooo excited to do this! I can't close my accordian (didn't realize it doesn't expand from the bottom). I'm getting ready to find all my old baseball card binders now and disassemble them. Sorry baseball cards, the coupons are moving in!

  17. Jennie says:

    If putting together a binder intimidates you. You can buy one already put together from It will save you the time and costs about the same as doing it yourself. Plus, you get a super cute reuseable grocery bag!

  18. Plastic Crocodile says:

    The best place to find card holders is the comic book store. they are real strong material. Plus you can buy as many as you need.

  19. Joanie Demer says:

    I fixed the link. You can also find the yellow icon on the homepage where you can print the Krazy Coupon Binder inserts- all for FREE.

  20. talktoannie23 says:

    What a great idea! I’m having trouble getting the pdf to work too… is there another way?

  21. Chelsea says:

    I am just getting into all of this….but I need some serious organization! It doesn’t seem like the link to the PDF is working right now. Can I see if some other way? I am excited to get started.

  22. Tamra says:

    I use tabs to organize my topics. They are super cheap at walmart (.97 for 8). Walmart has baseball card holders for less than I’ve seen on ebay or Target. They are 7 something for 60 pages.

  23. richelle says:

    I’m excited to try this, I’ve been using just an acordian style folder organized by expiration date, but it’s hard to find the coupon I want when I need it! I’m excited to try this out. Thanks a ton!

  24. Andrea says:

    I am new to couponing and have to say your site is my favorite! I love that you are local (to me :D) and really appreciate all the work you do to make our couponing easier! Thanks!

    I am in the process of putting a binder together but can’t find those baseball sheet protectors anyway! I have looked at WalMart and Target. What section of Target do you get them in?

    Thanks again!

  25. Misty says:

    Just printed and on my way to becoming a coupon queen…again. I hit up CVS yesterday and spent jsut over $25.oo BUT SAVED…OVER $32.00.


  26. Heather Carringer Lemon says:

    I am so glad you posted this. I went yesterday and got a package of the old fashioned photo pages. The ones you just stick your photos in the slots. I just wrote a letter in the corner of each slot and on a few the stores. I think I will look at your way too though.

  27. amanda says:

    Thanks for all the tips! This helps so much on how to organize by aisle. How smart. I went to Target and they don’t sell just the protectors for baseball cards. Where at in the store did you find them?

  28. Rebecca says:

    Love your blog! You have saved me so much in just 2 weeks. I can’t believe how many things you can buy for so little money. I am still working on my binder, this pdf will be great to help me along.
    Thank you!

  29. Joanie Demer says:

    Did you click on the link? It will open the pdf file and you can look at it. You don’t have to print. Does that help?

  30. Kerr Family says:

    I just started clipping coupons and I have been storing them in an envelope. I had no idea how to organize everything, what a great idea. I am so excited to get started. Thanks for the help!

  31. Shem, Angel, Gavin and Taigen says:

    I love, love, love your blog. I’ve learned so much in the past week since I was told about you. I just bought my binder today (3.24 on clearance at K-Mart) and ordered my pages from eBay. I’m going to print your file and give it a try. Thank you

  32. Ryan & Martha says:

    Would you post a picture so we can have a visual? Thanks!!!

  33. Ryan & Martha says:

    Would you post a picture so we can have a visual? Thanks!!!

  34. Ryan & Martha says:

    Would you post a picture so we can have a visual? Thanks!!!

  35. Ryan & Martha says:

    Would you post a picture so we can have a visual? Thanks!!!

  36. talktoannie23 says:

    Thank you!!