Office Depot Freebies, and Freebie “Fryday”
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Office Depot Freebies, and Freebie “Fryday”

Posted on Monday, April 12th, 2010 at 9:38 pm
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There are tons of great deals coming up all the time, and this week seems to be one of the best.  Just in time for tax week, you’ll get a lot of freebies from Office Depot.  Use your work life rewards card, and you’ll get 100% back in worklife rewards on everyoday supplies.  This works online too. The limit is two per account per day.  This is a super deal, but it will require you to spend the money out of pocket.  Unlike big box stores or drug stores, there are seldom any coupons to offset the money you will spend out of pocket for these items.  Still, if you are looking for office supplies, this is a great deal.  The supplies include batteries, bottled Water, Post it notes, paper clips, and highlighters.

Now after you’ve done your office shopping on Friday, April 16, you can enjoy free fries at Jack In the Box.  That’s right, they’re having a “free Fryday”.  I swear I did not just make that up!

And finally – don’t you just love it when manufacturers introduce new freebies?  Get a free box or cup of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Cheesy Explosion by entering your name and address here.

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