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If you don't mind, could you tell me what categories you have your coupons divided into? I am setting up my binder today.



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  • Sure! I have three main categories: Food, Health & Beauty, and Household goods.

    The sub-categories in each are:


    1. Baking
    2. Beverages
    3. Bread/Pasta/Rice
    4. Candy/Gum
    5. Canned Goods
    6. Cereal
    7. Condiments
    8. Dairy
    9. Frozen
    10. Granola Bars
    11. Meat
    12. Produce
    13. Refrigerated Dough (stuff like Pillsbury biscuits, pizza crust, crescent rolls, etc)
    14. Snacks

    Health & Beauty:

    1. Baby
    2. Dental
    3. Deodorant
    4. Drugs/Medicine
    5. Face Care
    6. Feminine Hygiene
    7. First Aid
    8. Hair Care
    9. Makeup
    10. Shaving
    11. Skin Care
    12. Soap/Bodywash

    Household Goods:

    1. Bags & Wraps
    2. Cleaning
    3. Dishwashing
    4. Laundry
    5. Paper Goods
    6. Misc Household Goods (stuff like batteries, light bulbs, bug spray, etc)

    HTH! I have an average of 2 baseball card sheets for each sub category, sometimes more, sometimes just one. In the front of my binder, I have a divider page with a pocket and a paper clip, where I put my grocery list, coupons I'm using for that trip, or coupons that need to be filed.

    At the end of my binder, I have some lose leaf notebook paper, where I write down the specials each week that I plan to check out--I'll write down the item, it's sale price, whatever coupon I might have for it, and the total I'll get it for. I'll do this for each of these stores each week: Kroger, Food Lion, HT, Lowe's, Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid (sometimes Target, but not usually)



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