The Couponizer Review
I was not incredibly happy with my past organization system for coupons. My normal day at the grocery store consisted of me digging through a too small envelope with many coupons becoming disorganized as I dug. Sometimes through my digging, coupons would get lost and fall upon the floor. My good deed to helping my family save was becoming a huge hassle! This did not save me any time and it left me feeling slightly frustrated.
I learned about The Couponizer and was given an opportunity to review it myself. Basically the Couponizer is a fantastic organizational tool created by Amy Bergin with the help of her husband; she set out to help us save time and money to make our lives a bit easier!
It’s really easy to use! So, let me enlighten you on how it works!
First things first, you need to go through your local coupons ads or wherever else you happen to get those wonderful money saving deals and clip or print out your coupons!
Next you can use the CoupStacker! This allows you to pre-sort your coupons by categories. I found that this saved me so much time and the idea of it is pure genius.
After you are finished clipping with the nifty included scissors and categorizing with the CoupStacker, you can now open your Couponizer book. Now is when you can file your coupons in the Pre-labeled category pockets.
That’s basically it but there are some extras that I really like! There’s a section to file coupons that will expire this month and also a pocket to store coupons to be used on this shopping trip! I said it before and I’ll say it again, pure genius. Can you imagine how much time this would save most people?
My personal favorite feature is that there is a place for receipts and a CoupTracker. The CoupTracker basically is there to help you keep track of your spending. This is great for us that are trying to stick to a budget and I’m sure that this good for us that are already trying to save using coupons! Another great thing is that The Couponizer also comes in nice plastic bag for you to protect it!
Let’s say you need a new CoupStacker or refills for the CoupTracker, no problem you can buy refills for incredibly affordable prices on their site.
The Couponizer retails for $19.95. It’s completely worth is because for just using it myself for over a month now, I’ve saved clear over $200 with using coupons alone! It pays for itself!
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