Building Your Coupon Binder:
Does your New Year’s Resolution include building or replacing your coupon binder system?  Are you going to have enough page protectors to accommodate 5 coupon inserts tomorrow?
Learn more about our Binder Methods Here.

Where do you buy your binders or baseball card holders?  Here’s the best prices I could find on amazon!

1000 Baseball Card Holder Sheets $129.20 (+$6.49 shipping= under $0.14/page)

25 Baseball Card Holder Sheets $4.49 (+$3.49 shipping= $0.32/page)

30 Baseball Card Holders at Target, the trick is to find them actually in stock ($4.99= $0.17/page)

4 Inch Binder $8.99 (+$9.99 shipping=$18.98)

4 Inch Binder $8.99 (+$8.99 shipping= $17.98)

4 Inch Binder $13.99 (+$5.49 shipping= $19.48)

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10 thoughts on “Build your Coupon Binder + Baseball Card Holder Deals”

  1. Tami says:

    I use EBid – which is like Ebay to buy my baseball card holders:

  2. christy says:

    I use a large photo album and use a food saver to create dividers for each of the different size coupons I have. It works great for me.

  3. Stacy S. says:

    I didn’t realize that my New Year’s resolution was going to be to get better organized with my coupons. I’m using an acordian file system, which was working pretty well until I found that my “personal” category had about 100 coupons that I was having to filter through. I just went to the 99 Cents Only Store (thanks for the suggestion Valgal and Michelle and upgraded my coupon system to binder. They had the binder which I think is only 1″ so I don’t think this will last long, I’m sure I’ll need a bigger one. They also had the photo holders which are great since I print a lot of my coupons. They had nice plastic dividers too. Now I have to make the transistion! Good time to do it since I need to clean out all the ’09 coupons. Thanks Krazy Coupon Lady!

  4. Michelle C. says:

    The dollar store is the way to go! I purchased the 90 baseball card pack (9 pockets x 10 sheets) for $1.00. They also have other packs that you can add such as 4×6 pockets x 2 per page for the bigger coupons. I was able to build my binder at a nominal price. Check out your Larger $1 stores. They have a wonderful selection to choose from.

  5. valgal says:

    I get everything from the dollar store. Packs of 20 sheets for $1 plus $1 binders.

  6. Wendy says:

    I use the binder method as well, but I have a zipper binder with folder type dividers in the front. This way I don’t loose anything when I drop it and I keep the store ads in the front divider things. There are also pockets in the binder which allow me to carry a calculator, pens, paper and store rewards. I have a big bag filled with shopping bags that my binder lives in. Super easy to carry around, but getting a bit heavy.

  7. Shannon says:

    Check out Staples starting on 1/3 for their notebook Staples reward promo. They are also running a promo on a ream of paper.

  8. kristen says:

    I have always had great luck at Staples! I buy the photo ones as well and use my rewards from ink to pay!

  9. Cali says:

    The 30 packs at Target are always sold out but I’ve had good luck with the larger packs for $14.99. I can’t remember how many are in a pack.