This is a video showing the way I organize my coupons and easily prepare to head to the grocery store. For some reason, I couldn’t count too well in the video – see if you hear my crazy counting! I get 5 Sunday newspapers each week and that allows me to have enough coupons for my family to purchase extra items while they are at a rock bottom price (a stock-up price).
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The question below was posted on the Youtube Video:
Readers Question: How are you able to keep your coupons for 6 months when they expire a month after you get them?
Great question! The only coupon insert that fully expires in one month is the P&G insert. And you will still want to double check, because on occasion there will be a coupon that has a longer expiration. All other coupon inserts have varying expiration dates on the coupons inside. An easy way to know exactly when to toss the insert: Flip through it, find the furthest out expiration date and write in on the front cover. Then when that date arrives, you know all coupons inside are expired and it’s time to purge.