Revolutionize Your Coupons! My Coupon Keeper review + giveaway

**This post may contain affiliate links. I receive a small amount of compensation when you purchase from my links, which I"ll totally blow on waffle fries and sweet tea, y'all!**



If coupon binders simply aren’t for you, have I got something for you to try! While I love the portability of the binder system, I admit, I loathe folding coupons to fit -or cutting them *just* so, AND get tired of flipping page after page of coupons to find the one I’m looking for.

Oh, and I won’t mention the number of times I’ve thought my coupons were securely zipped in the binder, only to have it topple over on to the floor.  ((shudder))

Enter: My Coupon Keeper.

I was recently given one to try over the holidays, and I must say, I was impressed! Once I converted my coupons over to this system, it was a refreshing snap to use!
Check out my vlog here to find out more about My Coupon Keeper:




For a limited time, if you order a MyCouponKeeper system through my link here, you can recieve a 10% discount, with the promo code atlantasfrugalmom.  If you would like to WIN a MyCouponKeeper system, please enter here:

Finally, keep in mind, not every organizational system will meet your individual needs. If this system isn’t for you, peruse through and find a coupon organization style that meets your needs.

P.S.  Special thanks to the kind people at My Coupon Keeper, who endured my growing pains with me, and allowed me the (ample!) time I needed to create this review of their lovely product.

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

**Remember, y'all, this post may contain affiliate links. I receive a small amount of compensation when you purchase from my links, which I"ll totally blow on waffle fries and sweet tea, y'all!**

Trackbacks

  1. […] — thanks to all who participated. Remember, the winner will receive the same system I was given to review, […]

Atlanta's Frugal Mom is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. In other words, if you click through to Amazon from some of the books or products I recommend and make a purchase, I get a small percentage in exchange for your purchase. It's a small way you can support AFM.