I love this email from Reader Kim!! Krazy Coupon Ladies shouldn’t be paying full price for anything, especially our coupon binders! Hopefully this inspires you to scout out the best deal if you are just starting your binder!!
I have been using coupons for a little over a month all because of a friend who is faithful on your website. She explained to me about how she keeps her coupons organized by using baseball card holders in a folder. Last week at a yard sale I bought a huge binder full of empty card holders for $1.00. YAY…now my coupons are organized…Thank you!
Here are my best tips for starting your Coupon Binder without breaking the bank:
- Look for Binders at Second Hand Stores. I have seen tons of binders at Thrift Stores- they usually have a weird logo on the front, but you can’t beat the price!
- Stock up on your binder essentials during Back to School sales or Clearance Markdowns (once school has started)
- Shop Online and buy in bulk. Just round up 10 friends who want to start their coupon binders and order 1000 Baseball Card holders for $140 (or $14 per person)- this equals about $0.14 per page – which beats Target’s Price!
- Don’t forget to print The Krazy Coupon Lady’s Coupon Binder Category Printable File. It’s FREE and it takes all the guess work out of making your binder. Plus, it’s really pretty!
You can learn more about Organizing Your Coupons using a Binder HERE.
(We share Joanie’s Category Method and Heather’s “by Date” Method)
Now it’s your turn, How did you organize your Coupon Binder on a Budget?