Coupon Organization Materials

by Laura on June 18, 2011

I have been getting alot of messages from people trying to find supplies for creating a coupon organizing system.  Here are some of the deals:

25 Ultra Pro 9 Pocket Page Protectors Fits 3-Ring Binder for Baseball and Other Sports Cards! $6.49

Card Game Supplies Ultra Pro 100 NinePocket Pages Silver Series $15.85

Case-it D-250 Zipper Binder, Purple Size – 13 X 12 X 2.8 inches $12.99

Avery Big Tab Two-Pocket Insertable Plastic Dividers, 8-Tab Set, 1 Set (11907) $6.18

Amazon has a bunch more products but these are just examples of some pricing and products available out there!

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Stacey June 19, 2011 at 11:02 pm

This is great! But for those of us that are newer would you mind doing a post on how to set up the binder and organize your coupon stash? I have spent the last 6 months working out of a 5 pocket mini folder and I would love learning a better way!

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karen June 19, 2011 at 8:23 pm

If you really want to go cheap. I bought a hard cover photo album from big lots for 6.00. the 4X6 sleeves are a really nice size for internet printed coupons. Actually you could buy 2 and just use the extra sleeves from the second and they hold tons of coupons!!!!!!!

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Elizabeth June 19, 2011 at 8:51 am

We went to Comic Kings in Virginia beach In the Timberlake ( Holland and South Plaza) 100 for $20.00

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Rachel June 18, 2011 at 11:47 pm

Couponers always mention Wal-Mart for sleves…

I always refer them Toys~R~us.
They cost approx. $1.50 more then Wal-Mart but if you need them and don’t want to wait then check them out.

Also if you go to Wal-Mart sleeves are in two areas- Some stores have them up front next to the Express/Cigarette Lane others have transitioned them to the back in toys.

*The box is very plain solid black with the top open and when it is on the bottom shelf you WILL pass it. (The tag in not always on the shelf, nor the box.)

Card Collector Pages
UPC 084695400505

A Associate CAN key it into the system and locate item IF they want to be helpful…

(I found this out from that one Zhu Zhu Pet Christmas, that was crazy.)

I hope this helps. I enjoy the binder method, it has helped me save lots!

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