Office Max/Office Depot Back to School Deals: July 27 - Aug 2
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Office Max/Office Depot Back to School Deals: July 27 – Aug 2

Posted on Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 at 6:15 am
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Office StoresIt’s time for Back to School deals! Here are the newest deals currently at Office Depot & Office Max. Be sure to click on the link below to see all of the great deals right now and to create your shopping list.

Penny Deals
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Office Depot ® Brand & OfficeMax® Brand Paper Folders – $0.01 – with Minimum $5 Purchase

Limit 10, While Supplies Last, No Rainchecks

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Office Depot® Brand & OfficeMax® Brand Plastic 12″ Rulers – $0.01 – with Minimum $5 Purchase

Limit 3, While Supplies Last, No Rainchecks

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Office Depot® Brand & OfficeMax® Brand Woodcase Pencils, 8 pack – $0.01 – with Minimum $5 Purchase

Limit 10, While Supplies Last, No Rainchecks

Office Supplies
Sunday-Tuesday 3 Day Doorbuster
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Briessa Mid-Back Chair – $49.99

Black or Brown

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Office Depot® Brand & OfficeMax® Brand 12″ Student Compass – $0.25

Limit 3, While Supplies Last, No Rainchecks

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Scotch® Heavy-Duty Shipping Tape, 3-PK – $10.00
Final Price: $9.50
Organization School Supplies
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Fashion Folders – $1.00

While Supplies Last, No Rinchecks

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Space Saver Pencil Case – $1.00
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Wilson Jones® Ultra-Duty 1″ View Binders & [IN] Place Heavy-Duty 1″ Binders – $4.00

Limit 2, While Supplies Last, No Rainchecks

Paper School Supplies
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Office Depot® Brand & OfficeMax® Brand College & Wide Ruled Filler Paper – $0.25

Limit 3, While Supplies Last, No Rainchecks

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Office Depot® Brand Copy Paper for School – $4.00

Limit 4, While Supplies Last, No RainchecksPlus 50% back in Rewards

Writing School Supplies
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Office Depot® Brand & OfficeMax® Brand Ballpoint Stick Pens, 10-PK – $0.25

Limit 3, While Supplies Last, No Rainchecks

Tech & Gadgets
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Toshiba Satellite L55 Laptop Computer with Intel® Core™ i3 Processor – After $150 Instant & $50 Mfr. Mail-In Savings

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