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Special Discount on Mrs. A’s Coupon Organizer!

March 19, 2008

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I was excited to see this comment on my Coupon Organization post:

I noticed visitors coming to our site from danandkeren’s blog. Keren has come up with a great organizer system.

Couponing is hard work, not just in the clipping, but in the store. Proper and full organization can greatly reduce the time it takes to coupon, reduce the frustration of manipulating a stack of coupons over and over, and increase the savings. One major key is having all of your coupons visible at once for a store section. Keren is right. Mrs. A’s Coupon Organizer does this thru our patented coupon holder pockets. Nice thing about them is that it’s easy to put coupons in and get them out. Our pockets don’t fit in a standard binder (we’re 9″x9″x2″). Some day we’ll make some so that folks can build their own binder yet have pockets which are easier to use than baseball card holders.

We’ve been running a special of 33% off. However, if you follow this link, we’ll take another 15% off; http://mrsascouponorganizer.com/mrsas.html

Sincerely,

Paul Stout
General Manager
Mrs. A’s Corporation

I love the special pages that are unique to Mrs. A’s Coupon organizers, and am grateful for Mr. Stout’s kind comments! To this point, I had not been receiving any special benefits for my reference to their site, but I hope it can be a benefit to you! It normally sells for $29.99 and is now on sale for $16.99 with this special discount.  With the discount plus shipping, it will be $23.98.

Update: The link provided by Paul Stout has been fixed and is now working..

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  • Judy January 5, 2009 at 5:23 am

    I too am using baseball card holders for organizing my coupons. The idea of using a trapper keeper is a really good idea; thanks.
    I set my organizer up to the aisles of my favorite grocery store. For example, aisle 1 Produce…ect.
    Then in my clear plastic notebook on the front cover, I keep an aisle-by-aisle diagram of the most common items in each aisle.
    I also keep in my organizer a unit price section. Where I tally up the the unit prices of my most commonly used items.

  • gold March 12, 2010 at 7:26 pm

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