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Staples Deals!

by Nicole on August 2, 2009

Again this week Staples has some great deals especially on school supplies! My ad had a coupon for a $10 Staples giftcard when you spend $50. If your ad doesn’t have the coupon, based on past weeks it will become available for you to print online sometime mid-week. Here are the items on sale:

1 cent
8×10 filler paper, 120 sheets (limit 5 and only available Sunday-Wednesday)

75 cents
1 subject notebooks, 100 sheets (limit 3)

$1 (limit 2)
Retractable gel pens, 2 pack
Monkey head cap erasers, 10 pack
Mechanical pencils, 5 pack
Retractable ballpoint pens, 7 pack
Clear glue stick, 4 pack
Watercolors, 8 pack
3 hold binder punch

$2 (limit 2)
Retractable permanent markers, 3 pack
White poster strips, 12 pack
Scotch tape, 3 pack
Retractable rollerball pens, 3 pack
Correction tape, 2 pack
Wite-out, 2 pack (use printable Bic coupon)
3 ring pencil pouches
Tape Flags

Easy Saver Rebate Items (submit rebate online!)
Photo Paper (60 pack), $9.99 with $8.99 easy saver rebate = $1 (limit 2)
Paper (500 sheet ream), $7.99 with $2 instant savings and $3.99 easy rebate = $1 (limit 2)

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Anonymous August 3, 2009 at 10:33 am

Your local officer products dealer had much better pricing AND your money stays in the local community. Staples only gives you the impression that they are a low cost leader, but if you think about it- how do they pay millions in advertising, their high paid CEO and the stockholders – with your money of course!

2 Nicole @ Nicole's Nickels August 3, 2009 at 4:58 pm

Dear "Anonymous": I assume you must be a local office products dealer since you took the time to post this on not one but two of my posts. I would always rather support local businesses when given the opportunity but the reality is that local office supplies in my area only sell in bulk and the price may be better but I don't need 100 rulers, I just need 1! Plus, many of my readers live in more rural (non-urban) areas where such stores don't exist. I also disagree with your statement that my local store has better pricing. If you stick to the items on sale at Staples, those prices just can't be beat.

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