1. Read the Fine PrintMost coupons will have some teeny tiny fine print at the bottom that lists the details and limitations of the coupon. Often, that is where you will find the expiration date and any other restrictions.2. Organize Your Coupons by the Expiration DatesIf you keep your coupons in order of expiration date, you will be less likely to miss out on using your coupons because they expired accidentally.
3. Start a Coupon Binder
If you’re saving a lot of cut-out or printable coupons, a binder can be beneficial! Not only will it help you stay organized, but you can take the whole binder to the store with you and keep your grocery list right inside.
4. Read Each Store’s Coupon Policy
Every store has different policies surrounding couponing.
5. Google Coupons for Each Store Before Checking Out In-Store or Online
You can often find coupons for local stores and online shopping stores by simply searching for coupons online.
6. Keep Your Products Organized
Once you start couponing, your products can start to stack up. So if you make a space for them, whether it’s just shelving, a closet, or even a spare room, you can be more likely to get the most out of your couponing.