Julie, from Couponizer, sent me The Couponizer to review and try out a few weeks ago. I have to say, I was a little skeptical about how much use I would be able to get from it because I follow the method of filing my inserts by date and only cutting coupons that I need for that week's shopping. But even with that method there are still loose coupons that I cut and don't end up using that I don't know what to do with! They usually ended up in various white envelopes floating around in my purse. And if I needed a coupon that I knew I had cut, I would have to dig through the entire envelope to find it. Well, The Couponizer has solved all of that!
Here is what it includes:
- 18 grocery categories coupon pockets,
- 4 generic coupon pockets,
- 3 gift card/shopper loyalty sleeves (for your CVS, Kroger card, etc.
- Shopping pockets - places to put the coupons you plan to use this week
- 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
So now when I don't end up using a coupon that I cut, I file it in the corresponding category. And when I need it later, I know right where to find it!
Ok, so here is the best part: Julie has agreed to let any Centsible Savings readers that would like to order the Couponizer do it for a discount! The Couponizer normally costs $19.95 plus shipping and handling, but she has discounted it to $18.00 plus s/h. Go here to her website to order yours today!