I`ve tried multiple ways of couponing: Clipping all coupons and placing them in a binder, Coupon Insert Holder, Small Coupon Carrier. They`re all nice systems, but they just weren`t right for me. The original binder took too much time clipping ALL those coupons.The small carrier was just too small. The last one I was using was the coupon insert holder in a file folder - which worked rather nicely, but then I encountered the problem of not being able to find all my printable coupons or coupons that would arrive in the mail. So I went back to a binder, but slightly different.
Now I have my binder organized Â where I have my inserts organized by date and insert type (redplum, smartsource, P&G) placed inside page protectors. Next section I have the baseball card holders organized by product type (meds, boxed food, drinks, etc) and all my printables and coupons that come by mail organized. So now when I do my research for matchups I can search the inserts and then I can easily find my extra coupons. I wish I had time to keep them all cut and organized but I don`t, so I think this is my next best option.