Friday, February 18, 2011

The Couponizer Review


Are you a coupon collector or a coupon user? I've gone through many stages of coupon collecting.  I use to cut out every single one but only use 1 % and the rest I would stick by the product at the store.  These days, I just cut out what I need and toss the extras.  I'm hoping with The Couponizer that I can get back to keeping the extra coupons and passing on at the store or to local friends.

Do you have a system to organize your coupons? Some use envelopes, binders, baseball card holders and accordian files. Each has its pros and cons.  What do you use?

The Couponizer is a mom created system that is uniquely designed to solve the challenges associated with using coupons.  This is a great system for beginners or an addition to seasoned couponers!e is no need to abandon a long term storage solution. They can just add it to enhance what they already have.

Product Description:  The Couponizer booklet – measures 8″ tall, 6″ wide, 1″ deep (before coupons), 18 pockets for grocery coupons, 6 pockets for other coupons such as Restaurants, Retail, Rewards, 2 shopping pockets (Coupons to be used this shopping trip & Checkout), 3 loyalty card card sleeves, metal spiral bind, elastic closure strap, durable plastic covers.  The system also includes:
  • 1 Shopping List pad – 20 tear off sheets/cardboard backing
  • 1 CoupTracker pad – 15 tear off sheets/cardboard backing for record spending and savings by store
  • 1 CoupStacker – pre-sorting mat used to organize coupons according to pocket when clipping
  • 1 Carrying Bag – clear zippered vinyl bag
  • 1 pair of scissors (LOVE THESE SCISSORS)


My Take on the product:  I LOVE the scissors. They are small enough that I can hide in my booklet yet big enough to cut out the coupons quickly.  My kids are always taking my scissors but not with when they are hiding in the booklet!  I love the CoupTracker that allows me to record my spending and savings by store!  I love the pockets to keep restaurant and reward coupons & cards.

This product would be great for college students, bridal showers, baby showers, new coupon users and seasoned users.  This would be great to fill full of coupons when given as a gift.

This system is $19.99 on their website.  Click below to get on their mailing list!










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