- Zippered 2 1/2″ 3-ring (Walgreens $5.99)
- Baseball Card Holders 35/pkg (Walmart $5.77)
- Dividers w/ multi-colored tabs (Walmart $1.32)
- Plastic Sheet Protectors
- Small Plastic Pencil Pouch (Walgreens .50¢)
- Large Pencil Pouch (Dollar General $1.00)
- Calculator (Walmart $1.00)
- Small Scissors (CVS .19¢)
- Notebook Paper
Using a binder with baseball card holders makes couponing a dream when it comes to locating a specific coupon, for knowing when a coupon is about to expire or for removing expired coupons.
The front features a large deep pocket that is perfect for holding folded sale ads – especially useful when “price matching” at Walmart or Target and sale ads are a must-have.
I place my Walgreens Register Rewards, CVS Extra Care Bucks and Catalina coupons in the very front, where they’ll not be so easily overlooked and forgotten.
In the back of the binder, plastic sheet protectors hold each stores coupon policy. There have been a couple of instances where I had to flip to the back of the book for the cashier to read their own stores coupon policy.
My pages are labeled as:
CEREALS / JELLY / PEANUT BUTTER
CRACKERS / CHIPS / SNACKS
DAIRY / FRESH FRUITS / VEGGIES
DESSERT MIXES / FLOUR / SUGAR
DRESSINGS / OILS / SAUCES / SPICES
PAPER / PLASTIC
PASTA / RICE / PREPARED MEALS
HOUSEWARES / BATTERIES
MEDICINES / VITAMINS
TOILETRIES / FIRST AID
BABY / KID / GAMES / TOYS