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how do you organise your time limited vouchers/money off stuff....

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MissTriggs Sun 10-Apr-16 17:19:58

These really make me miserable - things like Tesco vouchers and 10% of your next order stuff.

I tend to stuff them in my purse or throw them away. I really hate pulling them out of my purse and finding they've expired....

I'd rather they didn't exist at all but wanted to ask people who are good at keeping/using them where you keep them and how you find time to look through them or organise it so you don't have to.

JinRamen Sun 10-Apr-16 17:29:54

12 small envelopes stapled together like a book.
Put them in the month they are valid. If you don't use them this month but they don't expire until next, just transfer them across to the next envelope.

Chrysanthemum5 Sun 10-Apr-16 17:31:18

Jin- that's a brilliant idea!

MissTriggs Sun 10-Apr-16 20:36:12

so you basically turn them into their own calendar?

And do you dip into the envelope before doing things like planning a day out/starting off for the supermarket, etc?

Where do you keep your 12 envelopes? Car? or back door? or kitchen?

sorry - I'm a real beginner here!

JinRamen Sun 10-Apr-16 22:36:07

I online shop so I make sure they are next to the computer.
there's another set in my back pack for coffee/day out type vouchers as I will have that with me if we are going out for the day (then it doesn't matter if we take a different car, go with a friend etc and i will have it if we stop for a coffee etc)

The loyalty card that full up your wallet? Pop a hole in the corners and put a key ring through it. I keep this in my jacket pocket or backpack depending on what we are doing and the chance of passing a store where we will need a loyalty card. Also use the key fobs actually in your keys.

My discount cards such as english heritage, kids pass (awesome! PM me if you want a discount code) and carers cards are permanently in my phone case. So i can literally grab phone keys backpack and go smile

feelingmiffed Sun 10-Apr-16 23:19:33

Jin. I think I love you.

LikeTheShoes Mon 11-Apr-16 07:10:23

The Sainsburys ones for 2p off shopping or wherever I wrap around my nectar card so I can't use it without claiming the points.

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Mon 11-Apr-16 15:29:27

Some excellent ideas on here. Similar to Like if I have say Boots extra points vouchers, I put them in the slot in my purse that holds just that card fed up of missing them

Alasalas2 Sat 16-Apr-16 00:48:01

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

SteamyMcDreamy Sat 16-Apr-16 00:59:43

If you have a smartphone you can download an app to store all your loyalty cards. I never take my cards with me now as I can easily bring them up on the app.

TomTomKitten Sat 16-Apr-16 19:43:30

Which app, Steamy?

SteamyMcDreamy Sun 17-Apr-16 20:56:28

Sorry for the late reply. I use an app called Stocard. iPhones have an app called wallet that is also suitable.

MrsBosh Wed 20-Apr-16 15:58:47

Think I'll have to try Jin's idea!

I keep mine in a little A5 plastic wallet in the kitchen cupboard with a few other papery bits. I also have gift cards from Christmas/birthdays in there. Unfortunately, I tend to forget to check the wallet before toddling off to the supermarket and when I do remember, they've all blooming expired angry

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