About the company: Savvycents was first formed in January of 2009 after Melinda Claudepierre read a book about becoming debt free and following the cash envelope system of budgeting. Frustrated with paper envelopes and disorganization with her wallet, she wanted to create a wallet that would allow her to keep her cash in separate categories and also give quick access to her drivers license, coin holder, and all of her discount cards and coupons. The Savvycents wallet organizer allows you to have all these thing in an attractive wallet that every woman would love to carry.
Features of the Savvycents:
~Your wallet organizer comes with file cards where you can label each category with pre-printed labels.
~Blank labels where you can customize your wallet organizer based on your personal spending categories.
~Change will fit nicely in a coin pocket located on the backside of the wallet.
~Has 6 pockets for debit cards and store discount cards.
~On the opposite side there is a place for your driver’s license and a place for your checkbook.
~Wallet is 8” x 4”
~Comes in three different colors to choose from: Black, Red, Pink
I was so excited to try out my Savvycents when I got it. But, first I wanted to check everything out. I love the slick shiny style of the wallet, then with the added logo which is not plastic on the front. It had a very fashionalbe style to it. When you are getting into the Savvycents wallet, I love the fact that it unzips completely allowing it to open up all the way. With a lot of wallets that zip, they tend to still stay closed where you have trouble getting things in and out.
The organizing of the sections inside the Savvycents is prefect. I was surprised at how many coupons I could get into the wallet, along with how many sections that there was for the coupons. There are several spots for cards which is nice, since I do have several. There are a total of 8 spots but they are able to be doubled with cards with ease. There is also a place to attach your pen to, which I have a pen that I take everywhere, so this is great for me.
The Savvycents wallet has helped me get back into couponing with ease. I don't feel like I am trying to juggle twenty different things in my hands just to save money. The one thing I do like about this, is if I don't want to take my purse, the Savvycents wallet, you could use as a clutch. Which would also cut down on having to carry alot more stuff thoughout the store. The Savvycents wallet is such a great size, verstaile, functional, fashionable, and organized. I would recommend this to anyone that loves to save money, but is looking for a way that is more convient. Although, if you take a huge binder everytime to the store, this wouldn't work unless you decide on what you are going to purchase before hand.
I am so happy that I had the chance to review the Savvycents. I also want to thank Savvycents for getting me back into the routine of wanting to use coupons again in fashion.
Where to purchase: You are able to purchase Savvycents from the website. Prices are $28.00 per Savvycents. You can also go here to see where else you can purchase a Savvycents.