After I posted my coupon binder printable for you guys, I had several people contact me to ask if I had a less feminine version. So, you asked for it and I created it for you! This one is totally FREE too – except the cost of your ink and paper :). I printed mine in color but you could also print in black and white.
I’ve also included links to items that I purchased on Amazon to put my binder together. I would also suggest you look at Walmart and office supply stores to see if you can find them cheaper. If you already have a binder and you simply want to upgrade it and make it look fresher, then all you need to do is print the files below. I placed all printed pages in clear sheet protectors so they would last and not rip out of my binder. You may not need all the categories I have included. For example, you don’t need the pet category if you don’t have a pet. 😉
Materials to put binder together:
- 3 inch binder (I bought mine at Costco – but office supply stores often have great sales on them)
- Clear sheet protectors – I used 31 (I put all printed papers in these protectors so they wouldn’t tear out easily)
- Insertable Plastic dividers – I used 23 (I highly recommend plastic dividers as the paper ones tear up pretty quickly)
- Plastic tabbed dividers with slash pocket – I used 6 (I love using these to keep the weekly flyers for each store)
- 9 pocket pages used to hold coupons – I used 4 of these in each section except for the drug stores (total of 104)
- 3 pocket pages used to hold drug store coupons and reward money – I used 6 of these (2 in each drug store section)
Files to print:
- Coupon binder printables part 1, part 2 and part 3 (includes Binder Cover, Table of contents, Blank shopping list, Printable shopping list, Sunday coupon insert schedule, Coupon Lingo, Stock up price list (mine), Stock up price list (yours), Price book worksheets, and Section Dividers)
- Printed tabs for dividers part 1 and part 2 (here are links to word versions of these files: part 1 and part 2)
Instructions on how to put binder together:
- Place the title page underneath the plastic sleeve on the front of the binder.
- Then put the following in a sheet protector: table of contents, coupon divider sections, Sunday coupon insert schedule, coupon lingo, stock up price list, and price book worksheets.
- Place the printed tabs in the inserts of the dividers (I followed the order in which they printed). I put the store tabs in the plastic tabbed dividers with slash pockets.
- Now assemble your binder:
- table of contents
- dividers (follow the order list in the table of contents)
- In the information section put the shopping list, Sunday coupon insert schedule, coupon lingo, stock up price list, and price book worksheets.
- Behind each divider place category sheets that you already placed in sheet protectors.
- Place four 9 pocket sheets in each category (except the drug stores – if you purchased the 3 pocket sheets).
- Place two 3 pocket sheets in each drug store category.
- I also keep a copy of store coupon policies in each store section.
- At the very front of the binder you could put a zipper pencil pouch. Inside it, keep scissors and a pen.
- Now it’s time to fill your binder with coupons!
I truly hope you enjoy this binder and it makes your life with coupons a little more organized.