This instructable will help you with your organization of current coupons or future coupons.
Couponing is an easy thing to do. Couponing helps save money on future purchases.
Couponing is a thing you can do in your spare time, or do it as a job. You don't have to be an 'extreme' couponer, but couponing here and there can help save some cash from leaving your wallet.
Almost all stores accept coupons, most stores do not double coupon. Before you try and double coupon, check your stores' policies and guidelines before going to the store and having difficulty checking out.
Couponing requires almost no skills at all. The skills one must have are to be able to fold, cut, and open.
Couponing almost takes no time at all, you can do it and home, on the go, at the store, or on break at your work.
Step 1: Collect the Items Needed
The items needed to organize your coupons are as follows:
- 2 inch binder
- A pair of scissors
- A baseball card sheet
Step 2: Combine Card Sheets and Binder
Combine the baseball card sheets into the binder.
This is done by opening the prongs on the binder and inserting the sheets into the prongs where the holes in the baseball card sheets are located.
This will cause the sheets to be securely in place inside the binder.
Step 3: Locate Your Coupons
Gather your coupons, and throw away any expired coupons. Also throw away any that you will never use. Such as: products you don't need, brands you don't like, etc.
Cut your coupons into the smallest space possible. This will help with organizing them into the binder from the previous step.
Step 4: Insert Coupons
Insert your coupons into your baseball card sheets. If they are too big, try folding them to make them fit.
You can organize them by a certain category such as: type of item, expiration date, etc.
In the end it should look like the picture shown.