Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Need to Organize your Coupons?

If you're a hard core couponer and finding yourself outgrowing your little check file or whatever way your organize your coupons, consider upgrading to a coupon binder! If you are ambitious you can make your own with a zip-able binder, baseball card holders, and dividers. If you want a binder but the thought of building one makes you cringe, you can buy pre-made ones through My City Mommy.

The My City Mommy Coupon Binder includes:

Getting Started Guide including:

-How To Set Up Your Binder
-How To Use The Shopping Organizer pages
-How To Use The Menu Planner and Price Tracker Sheets
-Coupon Lingo & Abbreviations Explained

Binder Contents

  • Mead 3 Ring Binder: Choose from Blue, Red or Pink
  • 5 double-sided Shopping Organizer pages. Use these to plan out your shopping trips with every detail you could need.
  • 5 double-sided Menu Planner pages. Use these to plan your menus for each week.
  • 2 double-sided Price Tracker sheets. Use these to determine what are good, great and stock up prices for the items that your family uses according to your location and specific stores.
  • A sheet of adhesive labels. Use these for your pocket dividers and coupon category pages with over 40 preprinted labels and more blank ones for you to customize for a total of 80.
  • 5 sturdy poly material double pocket, tabbed store dividers. Use one for each of your favorite stores to keep your store ads, coupon booklets and more all together. Each has (1) 3 slot coupon organizer page behind it to keep that store’s coupons
  • 15 more pages to organize your clipped coupons. You have the choice of 3 slot pages, 9 slot pages or a combination of both. All are clear, highest quality, top loading BCW pages
  • 1 sturdy plastic 3 ring pocket. It velcros closed to keep unfiled or unclipped coupons secure.

The My City Mommy Coupon Binder is $29.99 and includes everything listed above! You can also add to your binder to make it more customizable for you! 
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