{Over} Giveaway: Free Coupon Organizer


Giveaway over. Winner: thetrues1123@

A common question that I get asked about couponing is how on earth I keep all of my coupons organized so that I can find what I need when I’m out shopping.

When I first started using coupons, I used small coupon folders from the dollar store. I quickly outgrew those and moved up to a coupon binder, which is what I have been using for the last few years.

I love my coupon binder, but when I saw these coupon organizers from GlowGirl on Etsy, I just had to try one out. They looked much less difficult to carry around than my coupon binder.

I was so excited when I received my coupon organizer in the mail that I immediately filed my coupons in it and headed out to the store to go shopping.

I was right about it being easier to carry around and no weird looks in the store! ;)

I don’t know if I’m a convert (I really love being able to flip through 9 coupons at once with my binder), but so far I am really liking it.

GlowGirl has generously offered to give away a FREE 2″ or 4″ deep coupon organizer to a reader of MrsJanuary.com.

Want one? All you have to do is leave a comment, telling us how you currently organize your coupons. We’d also love it if you could tell us which bag in GlowGirl’s shop is your favourite!

You must leave a valid email address with your comment, or you are not eligible to win.

Contest closes February 29, 2012 at 12pm EST. Valid for Canadian and US residents only.

Giveaway over. Winner: thetrues1123@

Posted on, February 26, 2012
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Comments
  1. Lesley Bell says:

    I use a binder and hockey card organizers… Would one to have something bit more portable.

  2. Taya says:

    I keep them in my purse. Every time I need a coupon I have to dig around in my purse to find it. Some of them are pretty worn and torn by the time I use them. I also have a few in various pockets… I’m in desperate need of a new coupon organizing system

  3. Allison Rehel says:

    I use to keep them in a dollar store holder with tabs. Just recently changed to a zipper binder with 9 pocket baseball, sheet protectors and 3 pocket currency holders. I really like being able to flip through the pages and view the coupons, I don’t feel comfortable bringing the binder with me to the store so I take out what I need and put in a holder with calculator on front. But I seem to always be missing a coupon that I know I have. I even bought a tote for coupon binder from StylinBinder that I love but still can’t seem to take it to the store. As soon as I saw the above organizer I knew this was exactly my style. I would love to win and give as a gift to my sister or cousin as I was too excited and couldn’t wait for the contest to end so yesterday I ordered the Mega Holder Zebra print with shoulder strap and Purse organise in Zebra print. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Erica D. says:

    I currently use a 1.5 or 2 inch plastic store brand divider with the clear tabs included. I am out growing it but much prefer this to the binder method. I love GlowGirl’s teal and brown polka dot coupon organizer would hope for it in in a 4 inch. :)

  5. Stacy M says:

    I have been using a 1.5″ binder with baseball card sleeves and I like it because I can see everything, but it is cumbersome in stores and super heavy! I like this new organizing idea from GlowGirl and especially like her waterproof pink and gray mandala model. Great giveaway, thank you!

  6. Stacy M says:

    I have been using a binder with baseball card sleeves and I like it because I can see everything, but it is cumbersome in stores and super heavy! I like this new organizing idea from GlowGirl and especially like her waterproof pink and gray mandala model. Great giveaway, thank you!

  7. RaeAnna Dickert says:

    Right now I am using a bunch of different envelopes. Not so easy to find what I need.
    I love the black and white damask organizer with pink liner.

  8. Cheryl Jackson says:

    I currently keep my coupons in a dollar store organizer. I just find that it doesn’t expand enough, or have enough compartments for all my coupons!

  9. Cheryl Dyer says:

    I have thought about using a binder, but I think it wouldn’t be very convenient. I am looking for anything to organize my coupons

  10. Margaret says:

    Currently I have no organization for my coupons. They are just in order of food, cleaning, hygeine, etc but just stuffed in a pocket of my purse. This organizer would really help. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  11. Margaret says:

    Currently I have no organization for my coupons. They are just in order of food, cleaning, hygeine, etc but just stuffed in a pocket of my purse. This organizer would really help. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  12. Margaret says:

    I stuff my coupons in my purse in a pocket, the only organization is by type of coupon ie: food, cleaning, hygiene, etc

  13. Laurel says:

    As a busy Mom of 3 rapidly growing kids, coupon organization doesn’t really happen. I do print off, or cut out coupons, and they end up in my purse or wallet. I’m lucky if every 4th visit to the store I might actually remember to use them before I check out, not after. All the organizers are adorable, and makes getting organized easier. Thank you for the opportunity.

  14. PICK ME PICK ME!!! I have a binder – but would love to try this too for those quick trips out to the store and less flipping pages :)

    Looks very classy too ;)

  15. Amanda says:

    I am guilty of stuffing my coupons in one of the reusable grocery bags. I know a really weird place but most of the time I don’t have room to bring a purse in the cart trying to sort out all my price match items and with a 3 year old and winter clothing in tow :) I’m trying to get better and hope once all the kids are in school next year I will beable to spend more time devoted to coupons and organizing. My husband and i work split shifts and with 4 kids it’s get’s a little tricky!

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