My Binder Inserts | Various Sizes For Better Organization

My Binder Inserts | Various Sizes For Better Organization

As many of you know, I have always used a coupon box (and loved it). I keep my coupons very organzied and can’t stand bending them. I know, the “bending” thing is a little OCD, but that’s really the main thing that kept me from using a binder. In the past, the only inserts were baseball card size and required you to bend up most of your coupons…not my thing.

I don’t want to spend any more time than I have to on my coupons, especially finding them. Whether I am at home or in the store, I want to find my coupons quickly. I loved my box, but found shuffling through the stack of coupons in a category to be a little time consuming. I decided to try the binder method (again) a few months ago, so I started looking for different size insert pages and was pleasantly surprised to find there were many.

I bought a Case-it 4″ D-185 XLarge Capacity Zipper Binder with 5-Tab File Folder and am loving how organized it is, especially the tabbed expanding file folder. The different insert pages are working beautifully, so I wanted to give you guys the direct links to the ones I bought. You can click on all the pictures for a larger view:

20 (Twenty Pages) – 3.5 x 8 Inch BCW Pro 3-Pocket Currency Storage Page – Dollar Bill & Currency Holders

20 (Twenty Pages) – Pro 4-Pocket Page (3.5 X 5 Cards)

25 Pack Standard Baseball Card Sleeves

20 (Twenty Pages) – BCW Pro 6-Pocket Page (Tall 2 1/2 X 5 1/2)
** This is my favorite size!!

Standard 8.5 x 11″ Full Sheet Page Protectors – Bought at Walmart
Perfect for keeping all my Gift Certificates

Extra Inserts In back Pocket

I used the Avery Style Edge Insertable Plastic Dividers, 5-Tab Set for my dividers

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  1. Carol says

    It looks very nice. I have been trying to fold my coupons to show the exp date and the item to fit into the baseball card size pages. It is making it so much easier to take out expired coupons each week when I put in the new coupons.

    • says

      Seeing the expiration date makes it MUCH easier for sure! That’s what I am doing tonight. Watching movies and cleaning out the binder LOL