No Clip Coupon Organization

April 7, 2014 17 Comments

in ID, UT, CA, TX, TN, AZ, MO, NY, NJ, OH, WI, WA

The Coupon Insert lists for 4/06 are ready to print !

Find them anytime if you click  “Coupons”, then hover over “Organize Coupons” and click on “Coupon Insert Lists“. Need to clean out your binder? Check out this list that will help you clean out your coupon binder

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Not sure what I’m talking about? Tired of clipping coupons every week? Just click on “read more” and we’ll share a little secret with you…

You’re going to love our NO CLIP coupon organization system!

  1. Just print up these lists (links are below and are for all the coupons found in the Sunday coupon inserts).
  2. Slide the sheets in a sheet protector with your coupon inserts.
  3. Don’t clip your coupons until you’re ready to use them. You’ll often see me clipping in the aisle!
  4. Each list has the date of the last expired coupon noted, so you can quickly see when it’s time to donate that insert!

We currently have lists for:

**We are looking for volunteers to type lists in WA, OR, CO, NE, NV, WI, MT, FL, MI, PA, IL, DC , NM, ME, CT, AR, NC, IA, VA, NJ, OK, MS, MN, MD

Want more coupon organization ideas?

Comments

  1. There are no inserts list for Boise as of 11/24 and 12/1. Do you know when they will be posted?
    Thanks so much.

  2. In reading your info about how to store your coupons it looks great however if I am getting 10 inserts per week how do they all fit in the folder?

  3. I wish you had a coupon list for WV!!

  4. Thank you. They are all there now.

  5. Thank you for fixing it, but only the RP shows up the SS and SS#2 are blank pages, for 10/6/13.

  6. thank you rebeka thought i was going crazy for a min downloaded it 2 time and nothing for 10/6 for the idaho area on them..glad to see it was not me being a bit on the dinggy side.

  7. The 10/6 coupons in Boise, Idaho are not there when I click the link to print them.

  8. Lillian Gasiorowski says:

    Even after your $20.00 discount on your DVD I can’t afford it. Why is it so expensive? Is there another real discount available?

    • Sorry you feel $17 for a coupon class on DVD is expensive Lillian. We have a 100% money back guarantee…. if you don’t feel it helps you with your couponing, let us know. Since every other aspect of our website is free, our readers find great value in our site and in the DVD. Hope you are able to find value in it too. :)

      • Lillian Gasiorowski says:

        I had decided that this is what I need and was thrilled at the $20 discount but disappointed at the $5.30 S & H charge. It is difficult to pay the bills each month and I know there are not a lot of people in my position so perhaps I will wait till there is more leeway in the budget to buy.

        • thegoodword says:

          I agree that the DVD was too expensive so I had the Boise Library order a copy. I watched it and did not learn any new skills other than what I already employ when shopping. The DVD is mostly about how to use the FF web-site. The DVD does come with a money back guarantee, but that does not cover the expensive shipping charge. My recommendation is to inter-library loan the DVD if you are not from Boise.

    • thegoodword says:

      I agree that the DVD was too expensive so I had the Boise Library order a copy. I watched it and did not learn anything new skills than I already employ when shopping. The DVD is mostly about how to use the web-site. The DVD does come with a money back guarantee, but that does not cover the expensive shipping charge. My recommendation is to inter-library loan the DVD if you are not from Boise.

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