Posted on 03-19-2010
Filed Under (Saving $/Coupons) by Charla

What do you do with a coupon after you cut it out?   I used to have an accordion style coupon holder where I would file my coupons.  That wasn’t the most efficient way, though.   The Frugal Novice tells about using the binder method for storing coupons which is a very efficient method.  Christi shows detailed instructions with pictures on how to set up the binder.

I have a friend, Diane, who I called the “Coupon Queen” because she saved an unbelievable amount every week using coupons, and she used the binder method also.  That method is the way to go!

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1 - Christi on 20 March, 2010 at 10:38 am #

Thanks for linking up to my project!


2 - Charla on 29 March, 2010 at 4:17 pm #

Christi, you’re welcome. You have an awesome blog for just starting. I’m impressed!


3 - Laura @ Laura Williams' Musings on 1 April, 2010 at 8:05 am #

So thrilled to see others using the method I created to organize coupons back in 90’s and shared using the username of LWMSAVON on Mycoupons.com! I hope you enjoy the method and save oodles of money.

Happy Couponing!

Laura Williams
Creator of the Coupon Binder Method
http://laurawilliamsmusings.blogspot.com/2007/07/lauras-couponing-and-refunding-hints.html
.-= Laura @ Laura Williams’ Musings´s last blog ..Homestead Blessings Sale Ends April 1st! Save 45% on the 9 DVD set or 25% off 3-DVD sets! =-.


4 - Charla on 1 April, 2010 at 8:32 pm #

Laura, thanks for your comment! Glad to know where the binder method originated. Awesome idea!


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