With the popularity of coupons on the rise, I thought it fitting to start writing more about how to get started – Couponing for Newbies, if you will. This video has been a long time coming and I intend to do many more! Hopefully this will give you visual learners a better understanding of how to organize your coupons effectively. Enjoy!
The number one reason why so many coupons go unused is because many (with good intentions) clip them, only to forget they have them when it comes time to purchase the item. Some people like to clip every coupon and file it right away, some people like to keep their coupon inserts in tact, file them by date and clip them before they go to the store. If you are the former, what do you do with all of those coupons once they’re clipped? For starters, get yourself a small accordian style coupon organizer (usually only a couple dollars at Walmart). When you find yourself with too many coupons to fit, it’s time to graduate to the coupon binder.
As I stated in my video, you can purchase the baseball card inserts at Walmart (near the checkout) or Amazon. Everything else you need can be found at basically any store that sells office type supplies.
And please leave your comments below if you have anything to add on the subject of coupon organization!