I sit my binder in the child seat of the cart ( if a kid is there I have to put the binder in the cart) than I as I walk down the isles I just flip to that section of the binder and can. I can only find them online until next August. Then I have one baseball holder sheet. Ive actually been thinking about making it a bit different and Ill keep you posted if. Print out a copy of the coupon policy for every store where you shop and stow it in the back of your binder. Home or out I can reference it quickly and care it with other sales. The file is very big and will take a minute to download, but they are really cute!
Stick your dividers in the binder and place several baseball card pages behind each one to corral all of your coupons. Places to buy supplies.
There you have it! In the front part of the pocket folder I keep the latest flier. First section: Dairy, sancks, baking, canned, deli, boxed, frozen. The green paper behind is just so you can see but I have three CVS cards so I can take advantage of the rockin deals that have a limit of one. In the top part I keep all my CVS coupons, ECBs, and freebies. You can find a Case It binder here for.33 (this is a good price!) Baseball Card Pages: holiday extras coupon I use baseball card holder pages to store my coupons. In one side I put all my coupons for everything I would find in the grocery store and on the other side I put everything I would find at the drug stores. It can come in handy if you encounter an employee unfamiliar with a particular policy. I dont because I would have to charge too much to make it worth the time to put together. Create Your Binder, print out a coupon binder cover and slide it into the front of a large binder (you'll want plenty of space for coupons). I love to be able to flip through the pages and see exactly what I have, it also makes pulling out expireds easy.