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

Posted on Monday, August 27th, 2012 at 9:35 am
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Here are this week’s best back to school deals from Office Max!

1. Free Filler Paper, 100 sheets
Up to 5 Free after $5 Minimum Purchase, Excluding Max Value items

2. Schoolio 4-Pocket, 2-Pocket with Fasteners, or 2-Pocket Snap-in Poly Folders $0.25, limit 5

3. Schoolio Colored Pencils, 12 ct $0.25, limit 2

4. Sharpie Singles $0.25, limit 3

5. Just Basics #2 Pencils, 12 ct $0.25, limit 3

6. OfficeMax Multiuse Paper $6.99

Receive $6.98 in MaxPerks Bonus Rewards
Final Price: $0.01

7. Fashion Folders, Notebooks, Binders, and Pencil Pouches

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown

8. Sharpie and Expo Markers, Pens, Pencils, Dry Erase Supplies and Highlighters

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown 

9. Crayola Markers, Colored Pencils, Crayons, Paints, Dry Erase and Art Supplies

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown

10. All Locker Accessories

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown

11. Select Elmer’s and Avery Glue Sticks

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown

12. OfficeMax Envelopes and Mailing and Shipping Labels

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown

13. OfficeMax Clips and Fasteners 

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown

14. Bankers Box, Iris, and Select Really Useful Storage Boxes

Buy Two Get One Free
Final Price: Unknown

15. OfficeMax Poly Notebook, 70 sheets $1.00

16. Office Max 1-Subject Notebook, 100 sheets $1.00

17. Schoolio Colored Pencils, 24 ct $1.00

18. Westcott Kids Scissors, 2 ct $2.00

19. OfficeMax 1-Hole Punch with Grip or 3-Hole Notebook Punch $2.00

20. Quartet 8.5×11 Dry Erase Board $2.00

21. Kleenex Facial Tissue 2 Pack, 184 sheets per box $3.00

Use $0.50/3 Kleenex Facial Tissues, 50 ct or higher or (1) bundle pack, excludes trial size from SS 8/12 (exp 9/23)
Final Price: $2.50

22. Purell Hand Sanitizer, 12 oz $3.00

Use $1.00/1 – Purell Product, 8oz or Larger – (
Or $1.00/1 Purell Product, 8 oz or larger from SS 7/29 (exp 10/29)
Final Price: $2.00

23. Swingline Tot Mini Stapler $3.00

24. OfficeMax 3-Subject Notebook, 150 sheets $3.00

25. [IN]Place Binders

Buy Two Get One Free 

26. Prang Art Supplies $2.50 each, when you buy 2  

27. Pentel RSVP Ballpoint Pen, 4 ct or 5 ct $3.00 each, when you buy 2  

28. Select Scotch Mounting Products $3.00 each, when you buy 2  

29. Select Zebra Z-Grip Pens $3.00 each, when you buy 2  

30. Select Pilot G2, B2P and FriXion Pens and Highlighters $4.50 each, when you buy 2

Use two $1.00/1 Pilot Bottle 2 Pens or FriXion Erasable pens or highlighters, 2 pack or larger, cannot be combined with any other coupon from SS 8/5 (exp 9/30) 
Final Price: $3.50 each, when you buy 2

31. Back-to-School Backpacks, Messenger Bags, Totes and Lunch Bags

Save Up to 50% Off

32. Select Hydration Bottles, Novelty Lunch Containers and Sandwich Bytes

Save 25%

33. OfficeMax Multiuse Copy Paper, 10-Ream Case $46.99

Receive $37.00 in MaxPerks Bonus Rewards
Final Price: $9.99

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