So-- I was VERY excited to have the opportunity to experience the Couponizer for myself. This handy dandy item was created by a Mom of 3 who realized that busy Moms everywhere were sacrificing savings because of lack of time and organization. The Couponizer isn't only a coupon holder, but also an entire system to help us save money! I have to say the one thing I LOVE about the Couponizer is that its the perfect size-- it fits in my purse. It has pockets for everything you can imagine-- and not only groceries-- also entertainment, restaurants, rebates and more. There is also a sleeve for your receipts. The front of the Couponizer also has sleeves for your coupons that expire that month, to make sure you use them in time-- and then has the sleeves for coupons you intend to use during the shopping trip to help minimize sorting (aka Bella stealing) during the shopping trip.
The Couponizer also has a shopping list, carrying case AND small pair of scissors with it. It also features the patent pending Coupon Sorting cards-- which enables you to clip and sort faster and more efficiently when that Sunday paper arrives! I was pretty excited when I had the chance to try this product out and I have nothing but good things to say about it. No more shuffling, dropping coupons and wondering where to put my restaurant coupons when I have them. Now everything goes in ONE place and is always with me! Awesome!
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