Organizing coupons can be confusing.
There are a couple ways you can start to organize them. There is a file folder method, and also a binder method. This will depend on how in depth you want to be in using coupons.
You can start with the file method and move your way up to cutting each and every coupon. Cutting every coupon becomes time consuming but is well worth it when you see a great clearance area at the market! The file folder method is a great way to start, you can just file the three to four coupon inserts each week and refer back to them when you see a deal with those coupons.
At The Couponation (www.thecouponation.com), you can see photos and steps to organize your coupons. When we post deals, we will tell you where each and every coupon came from so you can get the deal as well.
For example, if we tell you that the coupon is in the 5/13 SmartSource you can grab those out of your file folder, cut that specific coupon out and take them to the store for a great deal!
Also, be sure to check out the great deals you can get this week. This week, you can get cheap to FREE cereal at ShopRite. Cheap razors at CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid! Also $0.49 baby wipes at ShopRite, what is better then that?
I hope that you can learn to use your coupons efficiently and save the most money possible in every shopping trip!
As always please let me know if you have any questions at all! Send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org! I am always here to help, I WANT EVERYONE TO START TO SAVE $$$!