No Clip Coupon Organization in ID, WA, OR, CO, NE, UT, CA, TX, NV,TN, WI, AZ, MT

November 7, 2011 6 Comments | Disclosure

The new 11/06 coupon insert lists are up again and ready for you to print and organize!

Find them anytime if you hover over “Learn to be a fruGAL”, and then click on “Coupon Insert Lists“. Need to clean out your binder? Here is a list of inserts you can pull as of 11/1.

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:

Don’t forget that we’ve also created a list for all the coupons inside the All You Magazine!

Have you found that another city’s list works for your area? If so, we want to know! Just leave us a comment. :)

The lists for Seattle/Tacoma, Eugene, and Memphis will be up soon.

Thanks to all of our wonderful contributors for making these lists possible! Sophie, April, Andrea, Heather, Kayla, Amber, Tina, Geraldine, Nikki, Jen, Carrie, Joelene, Courtney, Margaret, Dana, and Kristin!

Want more coupon organization ideas?

Comments

  1. I currently clip my coupons and put them into baseball card sleeves. I’ve considered switching because of the time commitment involved with clipping. What holds me back is how do you find a coupon for an item you need that isn’t listed in a blog which specifies the date and insert to find it in? Do you have to search all of the lists from past weeks or is there one master list of all current coupons in your specific area?

    • each wk i put my coupons in sleeve protectors and mark them with either redplum or smart source and include the date . also i do put each coupon in its own sleeve this way when i look at a blog and it says go to redplum 10/06 they are easy to find. it dose make your binder a little big but i find it easy to manage. hope this helps susie

      • this is an attachment to my last reply . also i do not clip my coupons i put the hole sheet in the protestor and clip as i need one

  2. Stephanie says:

    Last week I finally went out shopping with my coupons. What a mess I have a file envelope and I kept shopping and searching for my coupon. I didn’t like it one bit! This looks easy! Going to have to give it a try next week

  3. Hi are there any sources for NC coupons? I’m just getting started and looking for as much info as possible to make sure I work smarter not harder!

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