I am so excited to introduce the Couponing Binder, the second in our line of FREE printable binders. Not only will this binder help you organize your coupons, but it will also help you save money with menu planning, stockpile tracking and lots more!
Here’s a glimpse at some of the worksheets included in the Couponing Binder:
To print this binder, you will need at least 36 sheets of paper in your printer. You can choose to print it in color or black and white (but it is so much cuter in color!).
You can also right click on the above link and select ‘Save As’ to save it to your computer.
Here are the links to print each worksheet individually (they are also arranged in order of how they should be inserted into the binder). I would right click and select “Save As” to save the 2-Store Shopping List and What’s For Dinner sheets to your computer.
- How To Organize and Use The Couponing Binder
- Divider Tab Inserts
- Organizing Inserts For 9-Slot Organizers (aka Baseball Card Display Sheets)
- 2-Store Shopping List
- Price Book for Meat, Produce and Dairy
- Price Book (blank)
- Stockpile Inventory
- Freezer Inventory
- How Long To Freeze Your Stockpile
- Spices Checklist
- How To Store Produce
- How To Store Produce (Blank)
- School Supply Stockpile List
- What’s For Dinner
- Go To Meals
- Food Substitutions
- Get More Coupons
- Sign Up For Newsletters
- Rebate Tracker
- Money Saving Tips
- Cover and Spine
How I Use The Binder
To organize the coupons, I have index cards with the categories listed that I lay out on my table. I sort my coupons by placing them on top of the index card for the category in which they belong. Once sorted, I then place them into the pages of the couponing binder. This saves me from having to constantly flip back and forth between pages.
On the top of each baseball card insert, I place a paper clip. This keeps the coupons from flying out of the top slot as I turn the page.
I use the Couponing Binder in addition to my whole insert organizer and my check sized organizer (I purchased both of these at Office Depot about 3 years ago). I go into detail about how I use each of these in the Couponing Binder Instruction Sheets.
You can also read my 101 Best Couponing Tips.
I hope you find the couponing binder to be extremely useful on your journey to pay for things you thought you couldn’t afford. Don’t forget that you can use this in conjunction with the Budget Binder for maximum savings for your fund!