Office Depot Back to School Deals Week of 8-26
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Office Depot Back to School Deals Week of 8-26

Posted on Monday, August 27th, 2012 at 9:29 am
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Here are this week’s back to school matchups for Office Depot!

1. Office Depot Eraser Caps, 12 ct $0.05, limit 3

2.Tissue Travel Pack $0.05, limit 3

3. Antibacterial Wipes Singles, 18 ct $0.50, limit 3

4. Office Depot Chisel-Tip Highlighters, 3 ct $0.50, limit 3

5. Sharpie Single Permanent Markers $0.50, limit 10

6. Elmer’s X-Treme School Glue Stick, 1.4 oz $1.00, limit 3

7. Office Depot Graph-Ruled Filler Paper $1.00, limit 3

8. Office Depot Notebook 3-Hole Punch $1.00, limit 3

9. Office Depot School Copy Paper in White, Blue, or Green $2.00, limit 10

10. My First Ticonderoga Pencils, 4 ct $2.00

11. Paper Mate Liquid Paper Correction Tape $2.00

12. Foray Porous-Point Pens, 4 ct $2.00

13. Office Depot Single-Hole Punch $2.00

14. Post-it Die Cut Notes $2.00

15. Post-it Flag Highlighters, 2 ct $3.00

16. Fiskars Deco Kid Scissors, 5 inch $3.00

17. Expo Low-Odor Dry Erase Markers, 4 ct $3.00

18. Paper Mate Mechanical Pencils, 24 ct $3.00

19. Scotch Magic Tape In Dispensers, 2 ct $3.00

Use $0.25/1 Scotch Magic Tape product from SS 8/5 (exp 10/31)
Final Price: $2.75

20. Post-it Flags, 5 pk $4.00

21. Post-it Cube $4.00

22. Pilot G-2 Retractable Gel Pens, 4 ct $4.00

23. Foray Battery-Operated Pencil Sharpener $4.00

24. PaperPro Evo Compact Staplers $4.00

25. Wilson Jones View Binder, 1 inch $4.00 each, when you buy 2  

26. Avery Write-On Plastic Dividers with Erasable Tabs $3.50 each, when you buy 2  

27. Office Depot Heavyweight Sheet Protectors, 25 ct $4.00 each, when you buy 2  

28. Floral and Glitter Notebooks, Folders, Composition Books and Pencil Pouches 25% Off

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