After all the buzz on my facebook page about how I fell of the couponing wagon and how I am going to get back on it, I thought I would give you a nice discount on my coupon boxes. For those of you wanting to get back on the couponing wagon, then the coupon box is the perfect way to stay on top of your coupons without getting overwhelmed.
I organize my coupons with a coupon box. Not only is it much quicker, but you will find that you are more organized when you use a box. Although, the binder method as worked wonders for many people, the Coupon box is my best friend. People all over are switching to the “box method” mainly just to save time with organizing.
Now, that I have become a box “expert” (haha!), we now have professional envelopes made. If you are interested in purchasing box, go here to get yours now. 🙂 Use the coupon code GET10 to save $10 off the Deluxe box. The problem I found with making your own box (even after laminating) is it won’t last long. These new envelopes will last alot longer – in fact mine have had lasted over 3 years now
Clipping and organizing your coupons is by far the most important aspect to saving money on your groceries. If you are are not keeping your coupons organized then you are not going to be able to snag those nice deals.
You probably do not have hours each week to clip your coupons.
If you are like me, then you just don’t simply have an extra hour or two to get those coupons clipped. In fact, you can probably barely find a spare 30 minutes each week. I use a coupon box to keep my coupons clipped and ready to snag those deals.
Watch the video below to learn how I organize my coupons so quickly:
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Where do you get your very own coupon box?
Head on over here to purchase your very own coupon box! Hurry! Right now each coupon box comes with a FREE booklet of coupons, plus you can get $10 off when you use the coupon code GET10 at checkout! Go here to get yours.
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Stay tuned for more helpful posts on how I plan on getting back on the couponing wagon.