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<SPAN class="890144303-23072007">Summers in full swing and trying to go shopping with the kids can sometimes be a challenge if you're trying to check out with lots of coupons. <SPAN class="890144303-23072007"> <SPAN class="890144303-23072007">Anyone care to share their favorite Coupon Organizing

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  1. #1
    Liss
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    <SPAN class="890144303-23072007">Summers in full swing and trying to go shopping with the kids can sometimes be a challenge if you're trying to check out with lots of coupons.
    <SPAN class="890144303-23072007">
    <SPAN class="890144303-23072007">Anyone care to share their favorite Coupon Organizing tips?
    <SPAN class="890144303-23072007">
    <SPAN class="890144303-23072007">~Liss
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    Cassie
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    I bought Mrs A's coupon organizer. It's pages with plastic pockets

    and you display your coupons face up and it is so easy to see what

    coupons you have and not have to thumb through the accordian file

    organizers. I bought mine and did a search for discount codes. i

    finally found a site with a discount code giving me $5.00 off, but I

    cannot remember which site I got that off of. Just do a general

    search of mrs. a's coupon organizer. It is a bit pricey at first, but

    I love mine. I have used more coupons this way since they are easy to

    locate, the prduct has already paid for itself.



    Cassie



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Liss" <liss@...> wrote:

    >

    > Summers in full swing and trying to go shopping with the kids can

    sometimes

    > be a challenge if you're trying to check out with lots of coupons.

    >

    > Anyone care to share their favorite Coupon Organizing tips?

    >

    > ~Liss

    > www.budget101.com

    >










  3. #3
    Darla Heeter
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    I have an old daytimer where I keep a list of coupons and
    expiration dates sorted like my organizer is. I look at the sale papers, take
    out the coupons I need and attach each coupon to the sale ads (I print a
    shopping list from the websites for Publix, Kroger and Ingles) and then I go to
    each store, I have the shopping list for each store and the coupons I need to
    use at that store. When I take a coupon out of the organizer I just cross it
    off the list.

    Easy as pie





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    Ray and Jen
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    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Tahoma">
    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">As for organizing coupons I get my
    children to help. They LOVE to help clip coupons and I try to sort as they cut,
    we usually talk and carry on while we do this. (GREAT Quality time) If I
    can not sort them as they cut, then they put them in a small plastic basket and
    I sort in my coupon binder, later, as I am watching TV or listening to the
    radio.
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    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">While I am shopping I take my coupon
    binder with me to the store. One child gets the list the other gets an envelope
    to hold the coupons I am going to use at check out. This lets them help and
    makes shopping with them MUCH more bearable. Of course, both kids are
    ALWAYS on the look out for new coupons throughout the store. My son keeps his
    own stash of coupons and likes to offer to let me use them, so I can save more
    money. He is a tightwad at heart (thank the Lord).
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    <font size="2" face="Georgia">10.0pt;font-family:Georgia;letter-spacing:0pt;">Summers in full swing and trying to go shopping with the
    kids can sometimes

    be a challenge if you're trying to check out with lots of coupons.



    Anyone care to share their favorite Coupon Organizing tips?



    ~Liss

    www.budget101.com
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    Robyn
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    HI, I don't go shopping with out my coupon box(photo organizer with

    about 20 slots), envelope with coupons I'm planning on using that

    day, and my list written on the outside of the envelope. This is the

    best way for me. I do bring my other coupons as well, just in case

    something is on sale and I have a coupon, smetimes I get it for FREE.



    Robyn



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Liss" <liss@...> wrote:

    >

    > Summers in full swing and trying to go shopping with the kids can

    sometimes

    > be a challenge if you're trying to check out with lots of coupons.

    >

    > Anyone care to share their favorite Coupon Organizing tips?

    >

    > ~Liss

    > www.budget101.com

    >










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    herberkids3
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    Get a 3 ring binder that zips shut, and buy baseball card insert

    pages. They hold 9 sections of coupons per page, and you can

    visablly see the coupons you need to use.



    I put the ones that expire first on top of other identical coupons

    that might have longer expiration dates.



    I sort the sections with folders that have tabs to put the name of

    the section on.



    The zippered binder I have also has an accordian style file on the

    inside of one side, which I store the store ad's in each week. There

    are many zippered pouches, inside and on the cover, too. If I know

    what coupons I will be using for certain, I take them out ahead of

    time, and put them in the zippered pouch on the front.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Liss" <liss@...> wrote:

    >

    > Summers in full swing and trying to go shopping with the kids can

    sometimes

    > be a challenge if you're trying to check out with lots of coupons.

    >

    > Anyone care to share their favorite Coupon Organizing tips?

    >

    > ~Liss

    > www.budget101.com

    >










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    Sarah Long
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    I have a little file made out of plastic that has sections for making different areas for different types of coupons. For example, I have 1 section for cleaning supplies and different sections for breakfast type food and dairy food. It is just big enough to hold the coupons and fits into my purse so I always have it with me. It has a rubber band that is attatched to it so that nothing spills out in my purse. I go through it on the first of every month and take out anything expired. Over the past 4 years it has saved me well over $1,000 just by having it with me and being organized with the coupons.

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  8. #8
    Herlean
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    I match my coupons up with my grocery list. The things that I need to get already, using a coupon saves $$$.

    I put on my list a little (c) notation for myself that I have a coupon for that item.

    I do have an organizer, accordion style, but I need to figure out the best way to use it.

    Herlean

    Cassie <cassiehomer@yahoo.com> wrote: I bought Mrs A's coupon organizer. It's pages with plastic pockets
    and you display your coupons face up and it is so easy to see what
    coupons you have and not have to thumb through the accordian file
    organizers. I bought mine and did a search for discount codes. i
    finally found a site with a discount code giving me $5.00 off, but I
    cannot remember which site I got that off of. Just do a general
    search of mrs. a's coupon organizer. It is a bit pricey at
    first, but
    I love mine. I have used more coupons this way since they are easy to
    locate, the prduct has already paid for itself.

    Cassie

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Liss" <liss> wrote:
    >
    > Summers in full swing and trying to go shopping with the kids can
    sometimes
    > be a challenge if you're trying to check out with lots of coupons.
    >
    > Anyone care to share their favorite Coupon Organizing tips?
    >
    > ~Liss
    > www.budget101.com
    >




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