Office Depot Back to School Sales - Week of August 18, 2013
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Office Depot Back to School Sales – Week of August 18, 2013

Posted on Monday, August 19th, 2013 at 4:03 pm
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office-depot-logoNotebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
Wilson Jones Basic Round-Ring 1″ View Binder – $1.00
Office Depot Brand Spiral 1-Subject Notebooks – $0.01
Fashion Notebooks, Composition Books, Pencil Pouches & Folders – $1.49
Office Depot Brand Fashion Composition Books – $1.00
Norcom Reinforced Filler Paper (110 pack) – $2.00
Office Depot Brand Premium Multipurpose Bonus Pack – $5.00
Post-it Super Sticks Notes (5 pack) – $5.00
Wilson Jones Heavy Duty 1″ Custom  View Binders – 2 for $8.00
Wilson Jones Heavy Duty 1.5″ Custom View Binders – 2 for $10.00

Backpacks, Bags & Totes
Select Backpacks – Up to 50% off

Pens, Pencils & Highlighters
Office Depot Brand Mechanical Pencils with Comfort Grip (12 pack) – $1.00
Foray Erasable Highlighters with Chisel Tip (3 pack) – $1.00
Office Depot Brand Wood Pencils (12 pack) – $1.00
Bic Mechanical Pencils (2 pack) – $3.00
Pilot Razor Point Pens (4 pack) – $3.00
Foray Liquid Ink Rollerball Pens (8 pack) – $5.00
All Bic Pens – Buy 1 Get 1 Free

Tech Deals
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator – $99.99
Color Trim and Flip Cover Calculators – $2.00 each
X-Cool Gamer Display or Desktop Calculator – $3.00
Ativa AT-30i Calculator – $5.00
Jumbo Calculator – $5.00
Sharp EL-W535XBSL Scientific Calculator – $9.99
Casio FX-CG10 Prizm Color Graphing Calculator – $99.99
PNY Compact Attache 8GB USB Flash Drive – $6.99
PNY Compact Attache 16GB USB Flash Drive – $9.99
PNY Compact Attache 32GB USB Flash Drive – $19.99

Crayons, Markers & Colored Pencils
Office Depot Brand Low-Odor Dry-Erase Markers (4 pack) – $2.00
Select Crayola Products – Buy 1 Get 1 Free

Other School Supplies
Office Depot Brand Acrylic 12″ Rulers – $0.01
Office Depot Brand Magnetic Dry-Erase Eraser – $1.00
Oxford 3″ x 5″ Ruled Index Cards (100 pack) – $1.00
Office Depot Brand 8″ Scissors – $1.00
Pencil Pouch, Clear & Mesh – $2.00
Office Depot Brand Correction Tape (2 pack) – $2.00
Elmer’s Washable School Glue Stick (4 pack) – $2.00
Elmer’s Glue All (4 oz.) – $2.00
Office Depot Brand Correction Tape (2 pack) – $2.00
Foray Magnetic Dry Erase Boards – $3.00
Select Post-it Note Flags & Tabs – $3.00
Office Depot Brand Poly Expanding File – $3.00
Swingline 545 Desk Stapler Combination Pack with Staples and Remover – $5.00
Foray Battery-Operated Pencil Sharpener – $5.00

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