Coupon Control

two binders possibly used for coupon control sitting atop a table

All those paper coupons that we clip have to go somewhere.  For coupon control, where do you put yours?

This post is inspired by my interest in synonyms and regional colloquy.  My goal is to document the different methods of coupon control - or, in other words, ways in which coupons are transported to and from stores. To date, I have come up with the following:  wallet, purse, sleeve, organizer, container, folder, holder (my preference), carrier, file, clip, book, binder, portfolio, divider, box, case, envelope, pocket, and pouch. Now, it's your turn.  Did I miss any?  What do you call yours?  Why does this system work for you?  Are you in search of a new solution? Is there a most popular choice, or no?
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