Yesterday, I finished my Thanksgiving shopping. Even though I went around 2:30 in the afternoon, the store was pretty crowded. It is good to be ready to start baking pies tomorrow and take advantage of some great deals, like 4-packs of batteries for only 48 cents!
This is how I organize and transport my coupons. A friend of mine gave me this awesome box because she wasn’t using it. (I don’t understand it myself, but I’m very grateful!) It has 200 tabs, so if I’m looking for a coupon for mustard, it’s under mustard – not grouped with a bunch of other condiments. Besides the numerous categories, it also has handy little tabs to easily flip to the correct category. It is much easier for me to use than the binder method I was using before.
While I was grocery shopping yesterday, I probably could have sold at least two of these little beauties. I even gave one lady the website on my awesome coupon caddy, only to find the page no longer exists. You could do make your own specific categories for the binder method, it just wouldn’t have the easy to flip through tabs. An even better alternative is the Deluxe Coupon Organizer II with 80 categories or the Deluxe Coupon Organizer IV with 130. The list at the top assigns a number to each category. If I was looking for my deodorant coupons, I’d scan the list on top down to “d” and see that it is tab number 64 is deodorant. I flip to tab number 64, and pull out my deodorant coupons and look for the brand that’s on sale.
Yes, I was stocking up on deodorant and batteries and this handy coupon caddie is a great tool to help me build my food storage and save money!