Clip-less Coupon Organization – Time to Clean Out Your Coupon Binder! {Jan 1}

Is Your Binder Feeling… UGH!!!???

Organization is KEY to couponing! If you aren’t organized, couponing can get frustrating and even come to a halt! Also, if you don’t clean out your binder – you’ll get to the point where you can’t close it (and then it’s a pain to carry around)!


One of the things that I love about the clip-LESS coupon organization system is that it’s easy to pull out expired coupons. Remember that you can always donate expired coupons to the Overseas Coupon Program!


Here is a list & this is how you use it…

  1. This is a list of some of the older inserts that still have unexpired coupons.
  2. The date in blue is the Sunday the insert came out
  3. Underneath each date are unexpired coupons (as well as their expiration date)
  4. Personally, if I know with out a doubt that I will NOT use that coupon, I’ll pull the entire insert to make room in my binder. OR…
  5. You may want to just clip out the few remaining coupons and pull the rest of the insert.
  6. If you have any inserts older than August 7, 2011, you don’t need them any more!

Hope this helps you keep your binders beautiful! 🙂


{if you are viewing this in email or a reader, you’ll want to click here to see the embedded list}

Click here to view this spreadsheet in a new page.

As you scroll down, you’ll be able to see the newer inserts still have many coupons available.

This list will be updated on the 1st of next month. Hope you find this list useful!

Please leave a comment if you are a clip-less coupon organizer and have an idea for making this easier to read!


  • A

    Where is the list of inserts you can pull? I’m sure it’s right in front of me but I can’t seem to find it. I see that any inserts before Aug 7 are done, but I’m pretty sure there are others, too. Thanks!

    • Cathy of Fabulessly Frugal

      These are the ones you keep… I usually take everything out except the few coupons that haven’t expired yet. If it’s not listed here, then that means it has expired. So as you flip through the pages of your binder, and you come to an insert that isn’t listed here, you’ll know you can pull it. (8/14 for example) Hope that helps!

  • Carole

    Thank you so much! I have been “Clip-less” for a few months and this makes it so easy to throw out the inserts that I am sure have no more use (without going through each one myself).

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