Here are some couponing tips to help you get started – a cheat sheet, if you will.
Please note that while I have compiled this list of links for your convenience, you are welcome to gather your items from any place that you desire, and I encourage you to repurpose any items that you may already have at home.
To make your life easier, I highly recommend signing up for Amazon Mom. It is free to join and you will qualify for free two day shipping on almost everything sold directly from Amazon.com (but not from third party sellers.) If you are anything like me and dread taking your little ones from store to store, it is a very convenient alternative to running errands, especially since Amazon‘s prices are often better than anywhere else and in most states (including Florida) you don’t have to pay sales tax
So, your first step, if you haven’t done so already, is to sign up here for Amazon Mom.
Once you’ve done that, you may need some of the following items to set up your coupon organization system:
-16-20 Hanging File Folders
-Label Maker (optional!)
PRINTING COUPONS: Finally, for printing coupons, I strongly recommend investing in a black & white laser printer (if you currently are using an ink jet printer.) It will pay for itself within just a few months. I use an older version of the Brother HL2240 Black & White Printer, which I purchased for less than $100 and have been very happy with it so far.
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