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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?