Ripping & Stacking Makes “Clipping” Coupons Fast: 1. Start with one set of matching coupons Tip: Make sure there are no coupons in the “spine” 2. Rip each set of coupons down the spine 3. Make piles of each page of coupons 4. Clip each pile of matching coupons Tip: You are clipping multiple coupons at a time! Use your space bar To navigate this slide
N o more envelopes, baggies or boxes! Welcome to the Binder Method!
Benefits of the Binder Method: 1. You can actually see all of your coupons 2. You can quickly see the expiration date & remove expired coupons 3. You can easily pull coupons for items you are going to purchase prior to shopping & place them in that store’s section 4. You can easily take the binder with you for unadvertised specials and sales Use your space bar To navigate this slide
Tips For Greater Success: Be patient the first few weeks Eventually, you will find your ‘groove’ which turns it into a quick, painless and even fun process Use your kids! This is a great way for them to learn real-life math skills Let them clip and organize your coupons for you You can even pay them 10% of the value of the coupons they clip, which is always a great motivator (i.e. $4.70 for clipping $47 worth of coupons – you’ll easily make that up when you shop!) Use your space bar To navigate this slide
F ind the recipe in this chapter to put together your own Coupon Binder
Tips For Putting your Binder Together: Adapt the sections to your style We realize that categories that work for us, may not work for you Another idea is to sort your coupons by aisle Keep your Master Shopping List as well as your Price Points Worksheets in your binder Keep a small calculator in your binder so that you can quickly calculate the price point of items Use your space bar To navigate this slide