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How to Organize a Coupon Binder Part 2

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 |

Here is Part 2 on How to Organize a Coupon Binder. I didn't realize how loud the kids were being in this video!

Be on the lookout for our upcoming post on the Binder Method vs. the File Folder Method!


Anonymous said...

You are so dang cute and a great teacher! Thanks for the video.. i like how you just lay the coupons out to cut stacks at a time. I didnt think about that the first week I switched over and it took me FOREVER! Thanks for all your tips and tricks!

Chl said...

I have used the binder method from almost day one. I couldn't seem to get the hang of the file system and I felt like when it actually came down to clipping the coupons, it actually took longer.

Yes you can teach an old dog a new trick -- stacking all the pages and cutting once!!! How brain dead was I??? Woo Hoo, maybe I can get caught up again.

And a big YES to the coupon burnout, I think I may be getting over it now -- especially when I had to spend a large amount of money this past week that I am out of and on things that I have been able to get sooo much cheaper. ;) It will be like starting all over again. sigh........

Thank you for all of your hard work. I appreciate it very much!

Nicole said...

Another tip I picked up on how to cut coupons:
After you have your inserts sorted and stacked, go through and put a staple in each coupon (not on the barcode or expiration date or mailing instructions). It will help keep the inserts from slipping as you cut them, and it helps make it easy to file.

onecent said...

Thanks for your cute video! :)
I am a VERY newbie to this (strated this week actually) and I have the binder, and some cut coupons from a friend, so this is the only method I know as of right now. I don't know how filing could be beneficial, since you have to know what you're getting at the store before you go. I don't always know that, so that is my benefit to binders... anyway, thank you for sharing this video. you are just darling :)

Anonymous said...

Why do you use the binder method instead of the file method? That was one of the big key points you used when teaching the class I went to was that it's so much easier without the binder.

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