Coupon Addicts love to save money and collect coupons. If there is a couponer on your gift giving list and you are wondering just what to give them, then look no further. The following are 10 fun and practical gifts for they will absolutely love.
Extreme couponers all use binders in which to keep their most prized possession-their coupons. Over time, these binders can become tattered and torn. Make your coupon addict happy with the gift of another coupon binder. Coupon binders can range in size from ½ inch to 5 inches. You can also choose from a regular view binder, the larger storage binder, or one that flips open. Binders can be purchased at Office Max, Wal-Mart, Zazzle.com, or EBay. They can range in price from $2.00 to $25.99 depending on their size and the company from which they are purchased.
Small Photo Albums
Photo albums don’t have to be used just for photos. These tiny picture albums can be used to hold coupons. This is the coupon carrying method of choice for those quick and pre-planned runs to the store. They are especially great for the beginning couponer. They are small enough to fit into the couponer’s purse, and they are convenient and light weight. They can be purchased at stores like Dollar General, Fred’s, Wal-Mart, and Dollar Tree. They cost around $1.00 which makes them both inexpensive and a great gift idea for the couponer.
Baseball card holders
Baseball card holders are great for holding coupons. These card holders are clear which makes it easy for the couponer to see his or her coupons and even their expiration dates. Choose from card holders that have 4 pockets, 9 pockets, or even 20 pockets. Baseball card holders range in price from $6.48 to $24.99. They can be purchased at Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, or EBay. Give the coupon addict in your life a box of these and watch his or her face light up.
Coupon addicts are obsessed with saving money and getting as much as they can for less. They love to read magazines about saving money or that contain valuable coupons. If your favorite couponer doesn’t have a subscription already, give them one to one of the following magazines: All You, Parenting, Essences, Food Network, Better Homes and Gardens, Good Housekeeping, and Southern Living. Magazine subscriptions prices can start at $24.99 and go up depending on the magazine and whether you get the subscription for a year or two years.
The main place that couponers find coupons is in the newspaper. Newspapers generally contain coupons once a week. You can help the coupon addict on your list save money by giving them a newspaper subscription. Newspaper subscriptions can cost$150.00 a year and up depending on the newspaper you choose.
Knowledge is power. All good couponers know this. They study to stay on top of their games. Coupon addicts love to read books about couponing. Give your couponer one of the many books on couponing. These books include “The Coupon Mom’s Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bills in Half” by Stephanie Nelson, “Pick Another Checkout Lane, honey” by Joanie Demer and Heather Wheeler, or “The Everything Couponing Book: Clip your way to incredible savings!” by Karen Wilmes. Couponing books can be purchase at Books-A-Million, Amazon, or EBay. Books on couponing can range in price from $1.99 to $14.99. They can be purchased in paperback, hardback, or kindle editions.
Another fun gift for the couponer on your gift giving list is couponing videos. You can purchase television episodes on DVD. One great option is TLC’s show Extreme Couponing. These videos can be purchased from Amazon, EBay, and other places that sell DVDs. The cost of these couponing DVDs ranges from $12.99 to $18.99. Extreme Couponing can also be watched using instant streaming. For instant streaming each episode costs from $1.58 to $1.99.
Extreme couponers have learned the art of stockpiling. They purchase items in bulk when they are at an all time low price. Extreme couponers need a place to put those extra goods. Storage shelves make the perfect gift for a couponer. They offer them the space they need for their stockpile. Storage shelves can be purchased from hardware stores like Lowes, Ace, Home Depot or even Wal-Mart. You can choose between shelves that must be mounted or those that can be simply snapped together. Storage shelves can start at $14.99 and go up to $159.99.
An extreme couponer is likely to have several different coupon inserts. These coupons need to be careful filed while they await clipping. Give your couponer a place to keep those inserts. A file cabinet is just the thing. They come in different sizes including small, average, and tall sizes. They also have several different options for the number of drawers. These can be picked up at stores that sell office supplies like Office Depot, Office Max, Staples, Kohl’s, and Overstock.com. File cabinets cost anywhere from $50.00 to $250.00 depending on size, style, and material they are made from. The couponer in your life will love a filing cabinet that they can use for their coupons.
Extreme couponers don’t just cut coupons from the newspaper. They also use the internet as a source of coupons. Printing all those coupons takes a lot of copy paper. Let your couponer print as many coupons as they want by presenting them with a carton of copy paper. Large cartons of copy paper can be picked up at office supply stores like Office Max, Home Depot, Kohl’s or Staples. Prices start at $40.00 can go up to as high as $70.00 depending on the brand.
Make the coupon addict on your gift list happy no matter what the holiday is. Give them a gift that can help them save money and manage their coupons. Choose from the fun and useful gifts listed above and make them smile.