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OfficeMax Back to School Deals – Week of August 4, 2013

Posted on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 at 11:50 am
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Office Max LogoPens, Pencils, Erasers, & Sharpeners
Select Bic Cristal Ballpoint Pens (10 pack) – $0.50
Paper Mate Write Bros. 0.7mm or 0.9mm Mechanical Pencils (10 pack) – $0.50
Select Paper Mate InkJoy Pens (10 packs) – $1.00
Paper Mate White Pearl Erasers (3 pack) – $0.50 with in-ad coupon
Just Basics Yellow #2 Pencils (72 pack) – $2.00 with in-ad coupon
Bic Pens & Mechanical Pencils – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Uni-Ball Pen Multipacks – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
OfficeMax #2 Natural Wood Pencils (96 pack) – $12.99

 

 

Notebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
Schoolio Composition Books – $0.50
OfficeMax Filler Paper – $0.01 after $5 minimum purchase
OfficeMax Poly Notebook (70 sheets) – $1.00
OfficeMax 2-Pocket Folders with Fasteners – $1.00
OfficeMax 4-Pocket laminate Folders – $1.00
OfficeMax Wireless Notebooks (80 sheets) – $2.00
OfficeMax Quad Filler Paper 980 sheets) – $2.00
Schoolio 10-Pocket Organizer – $2.00
Boise X-9 Multiuse Paper (500 sheets) – Buy 1 Get 1 Free with in-ad coupon
[IN]PLACE Binders – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Post-It Notes – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
OfficeMax Binders – Buy 3, Get 1 Free
Select Post-It 3×3 Super Sticky Notes (5 pack) – $5.00
Select OfficeMax 1-Subject, 3-Subject, and 5-Subject Poly Notebooks – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Post-It Full Adhesive Notes Multipacks – 2 for $6.00

Crayons, Markers, Colored Pencils & Highlighters
Schoolio Marker Multipacks – $0.50
Sharpie Accent Liquid Pen-Style Yellow Highlighters – $1.00 with in-ad coupon
Select Crayola Crayons, Colored Pencils, Paints, Brushes, Modeling Clay and Construction Paper – Buy 2 Get 1 Free
Expo Chisel-Tip Dry Erase Markers (4 pack) – $1.00 with in-ad coupon
Bic Markers and Highlighters – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Sharpie Marker Multipacks – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Sharpie Accent Assorted Tank and Pocket-Style Highlighters (12 pack) – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Prang Metallic Markers (6 pack) – 2 for $5.00

Bags, Totes, and Backpacks
All Lunch Bags – Save Up to 50%
All Back to School Backpacks – Save up to 50%

Calculators
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator – $99.99
Texas Instruments TI-30Xa Scientific Calculator – $9.99
Texas Instruments TI-30XIIS Scientific Calculator – $12.99
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition Graphing Calculator – $119.99

USB Flash Drives
Lexar S50 8GB JumpDrive USB – $6.99
Lexar JumpDrive TwistTurn 8GB USB Flash Drive – $9.99

Other Supplies
6-Inch Plastic Protractor – $0.05 each
OfficeMax Ball-Bearing Compass – $0.05 each
OfficeMax 4-oz. Glue Bottle and Glue Sticks Combo Pack – $0.50
Schoolio 3×5 Index Cards (100 pack) – $0.01 after $5.00 minimum purchase
Select Clips and Pins – $1.00
Westcott 7″ Student Scissors – $2.00
Scotch Magic Tape 2-Pack – $2.00
Bic Correction Tape – Buy 2, Get 1 Free
Scotch 5″ Kids Scissors – 2 for $3.00
Prang Washable Watercolors (8 colors) – 2 for $5.00

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