I’ve been wanting to try out The Couponizer forever and am thrilled to do a review of this coupon organizing system.
The Couponizer® is an organizing and shopping system for coupons and other discounts. It contains six pieces:
- The Couponizer® – 8″ x 5¼” booklet with 18 grocery coupon pockets, 4 Non-grocery coupon pockets, 3 gift card/shopper loyalty sleeves, shopping pockets
- Shopping List – 20 page tear off list pad with cardboard backing
- CoupStacker – Pre-sorting mat color coded to match the system pockets
- CoupTracker – 15 page spiral bound list pad with cardboard backing
- Scissors – blunt tip
- Carrying Bag – clear vinyl zippered bag
What I love about this system of coupon organization:
the organizing categories — this is the perfect system for middle-of-the-road couponers. Most of you need more slots than a dollar store accordian file and not as many as Rebecca & me (we’re pretty hard core).
And let’s be honest, some of you are not interested in toting a large plastic box into the store. The Couponizer is a great solution.
the number of additional storage & organization options — I like keeping my loyalty and gift cards with my coupons. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone shopping only to discover that a gift card is in a different location! There are also slots to keep your receipts, shopping list, rebate information, restaurant coupons, etc. that often get overlooked in other organizational systems. You really don’t need additional envelopes or containers.
What I would change:
- the scissors — I find longer blade scissors to cut coupons most efficiently (Ikea, baby!). But your kids will enjoy them!
The Couponizer is ideal for those of you who clip selected coupons or 1-2 inserts every week. Much more than that and the system will be too stuffed to be useful. This is also perfect for those of you just starting out and need ideas how to start managing your new hobby or are outgrowing a smaller system!
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