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school supply round-up: 7/17-7/23

by Mark on July 17, 2011

There are more great deals on school supplies this week!  Remember to pick and choose the very BEST deals (especially the penny items) every week so that by the end of the season, you gathered a full selection of supplies for practically nothing.

Even if you don’t have kids in school this is a great time to stock up on printer paper, art supplies, & lots of other necessities that ONLY hit their rock bottom prices this time of year.

STAPLES
OFFICE MAX
4 Day Sale (Sunday 7/17-Wednesday 7/20)
Max Perks Deals
Other Deals
OFFICE DEPOT
TARGET
WALMART

Thank-you to Tiffany @  MyLitter.com for providing Walmart prices for this list.

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Kelly July 17, 2011 at 7:47 pm

This isn’t advertised in my circular. Bic highlighters are the $4.00 rebate item and no penny sales. Do they just not advertise this one or is it regional?

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Julie July 17, 2011 at 8:17 pm

For any teachers out there: Staples lets you get a class set (25) of their penny and other sale items where a limit is listed if you show them some sort of teacher ID. My school doesn’t have IDs but I took in my June paystub and a letter stating I was asked to return to my school this year and they accepted it (extremely nicely too, great customer service!)..I still had to buy $5 of something so I bought one of their packs of printer paper with the easy rebate. I paid $7.25 OOP but I should get $4.99 back. So for $2.26 I was able to get a pack of printer paper, 25 8-pack of pencils, 25 2-pack of highlighters, and 25 100-pack of index cards. I work at a low-income school so everything will definitely be put to good use!

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k July 20, 2011 at 7:35 am

They sold out of them so fast it wasn’t worth the time going they only had a limited supply and no rain checks.

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