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Staples Back to School Deals Week of 8-5

Posted on Monday, August 6th, 2012 at 12:05 pm
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1. Uniball Writing Instruments 50% Off

2. Staples Filler Paper, 150 sheets $0.01

With $5.00 Minimum Purchase, Limit 5

3. Bic Velocity Retractable Gel Pens, 2 pk $0.25, Limit 2

Use $1.00/2 Bic Stationery Products from SS 7/29 (exp 9/30)
Or $1.00/2  Bic Stationery Products—(campbellskitchen.com)
Final Price: Free
4. Pentel White Block Erasers, 3 pk $0.25, Limit 2 

5. Staples Mini Composition Notebooks, 80 sheets $0.25, Limit 2 

6. Papermate Sharp Writer Mechanical Pencils, 5 pk $0.50, Limit 2 

7. Staples Pencil Box $0.50, Limit 2 

8. Bic Wite-Out Correction Fluid, 2 pk $0.50, Limit 2 

9. Crayola Classic Markers, 10 pk $0.75, Limit 2 

10. Simply Poly Binder, 1/2 Inch $0.75, Limit 2 

11. Bic Great Ease Dry-Erase Markers, 4 pk $1.00, Limit 2 

12. Sharpie Permanent Markers, 5 pk $1.00, Limit 2 

13. Staples Glue Stick, 4 pk $1.00, Limit 2 

14. Westcott 5″ Scissors, 2 pk $1.00, Limit 2 

15. Softsoap Handsoap, 7.5 oz $1.00, Limit 2 

16. Staples 3-Hole Binder Punch $1.00 

17. Staples Side Coil Memo Book, 140 sheets $1.00, Limit 2 

18. Pilot FriXion Yellow Highlighter, 3 pk $1.00, Limit 2

Use $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: Free

19. Staples Mini Stapler $1.00, Limit 2

20. Staples Side-Bound Journal with Pen $2.00, Limit 2 

21. Accel 1-Subject Notebook, 100 sheets $2.00

22. Staples Postscript Mechanical Pencils, 12 pk $2.00, Limit 2

23. Staples Wireless 1-Subject Notebook, 80 sheets $2.00

24. Spine Guard 1-Subject Notebook, 100 sheets $2.99

25. Masterlock Padlock $3.00, Limit 2 

26. Zebra Z-Mulsion Retractable Pens, 4 pk $3.00

27. Pentel Finito! Pens, 3 ct $3.00

28. Kleenex Facial Tissue, 2 pk $3.00

Use $0.50/3 Kleenex 50ct+ Boxes or $.50/1 Bundle Pack, excludes trial sizes from SS 7/8 (exp 8/12)
Final Price: $2.50

29. Pentel Energel Xpress Pens, 5 pk $4.00

30. Bic Clic Stic Retractable Pens, 24 pk $5.00

Use $1.00/2 $1/2 Bic Stationery Products from SS 7/29 (exp 9/30)
Or $1.00/2  Bic Stationery Products—(campbellskitchen.com)
Final Price: $4.50 each, when you buy 2

31. Zebra Cadoodles Mechanical Pencils, 28 ct $5.00

32. Crayola Washable Markers, 12 ct $5.00

33. Ticonderoga #2 Pencils, 72 ct $10.00

34. Post-It Multiuse Label Pads $2.99

Buy 1, Submit for $2.99 Easy Rebate, Limit 1
Final Price: Free

35. Hammermill CopyPlus Paper, ream $6.99

Buy 1, Submit for $5.99 Easy Rebate, Limit 2
Final Price: $1.00

36. Staples Photo Paper, 60 pk $9.99

Buy 1, Submit for $8.99 Easy Rebate, Limit 4
Final Price: $1.00

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