Staples Back to School Deals - Week of August 11, 2013
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Staples Back to School Deals – Week of August 11, 2013

Posted on Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 at 9:16 am
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Staples LogoPens
Pilot Bottle2Pen Retractable Ballpoint Pens (5 pack) – FREE after easy $5.29 rebate
Bic BU3 Retractable Ballpoint Pens (18 pack) – $5.00
Uniball Vision Elite Pens (4 pack) – $5.00

Pencils, Erasers, & Sharpeners
Pentel Hi-Polymer Erasers (3 pack) – $0.50
Staedtler Metal Pencil Sharpener – $3.00
Zebra Cadoozle .7mm Assorted Mechanical Pencils (28 pack) – $5.00
Ticonderoga Erasers (15 pack) – $2.00
My First Ticonderoga #2 Yellow Pencils (4 pack) – $2.00
Ticonderoga #2 Black Pencils (24 pack) – $4.00
Ticonderoga #2 Yellow Pencils (72 pack) – $10.00

Notebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
Staples 1-Subject Notebook, Wide-Rule (70 sheets) – $0.01
Simply View 1″ Binders – $2.00
Staples Accel 1-Subject Notebooks, wide or college rule (100 sheets) – $2.00
Studio C by Carolina Pad 1-Subject Notebook or Composition Book – $3.00
Hammermill Copy Plus Copy Paper – $1.00 after easy rebate
Bienfang Sketch Pad – $5.00
Staples 1″ Better Binder – $5.99 after binder recycling
Avery 1″ Heavy-Duty Binder – $5.49 with binder recycling

Crayons, Markers, Colored Pencils & Highlighters
Sharpie Fine Permanent Markers (2 pack) – $0.50
Crayola Washable Broad Tip or Fine Tip Markers – $3.00-$5.00
Bic Brite Liner Grip Highlighters (5 pack) – $1.00
Sharpie Permanent Markers (12 pack) – $6.00
Expo Fine Tip Dry-Erase Markers (4 pack) – $3.00
Expo Scented Chisel Tip Dry-Erase markers (4 pack) – $5.00
Expo Neon Bullet Tip Dry-Erase Markers (5 pack) – $5.00
Expo Washable Fine Tip Markers (6 pack) – $5.00

Bags, Totes, and Backpacks
All Backpacks – 25% – 50% off
Select Lunch Boxes and Accessories – 25% off

Calculators
Texas Instruments TI-84+SE Color Screen 9-Line Graphing Calculator – $109.99 after easy rebate
Texas Instruments TI-30Xa 10-Digit Scientific Calculator – $9.99
Texas Instruments TI-30XIIS 2-Line 10-Digit Scientific Calculator – $12.99 after easy rebate
Texas Instruments TI-34 Multi-View 4-Line 16-Digit Scientific Calculator – $19.99
Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus 8-Line 16-Digit Graphing Calculator – $89.99 after easy rebate
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus SE 8-Line 16-Digit Graphing Calculator – $99.99 after easy rebate
Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX Color Screen Graphing Calculator – $129.99
Casio FX-260slrs Scientific Calculator – $9.49
Casio FX300ES Scientific Calculator – $11.99
Casio FX9750G Graphing Calculator – $49.99
Casio FX-9860II 8-Line 21-Digit Graphing Calculator – $69.99
Casio FX-CG10 Color Screen Graphing Calculator – $99.99

USB Flash Drives
PNY Attache 16GB USB Flash Drive – $8.99
PNY Attache 32GB USB Flash Drive – $19.99
PNY Attache 64GB USB Flash Drive – $39.99
PNY Attache 128GB USB Flash Drive – $89.99

Buy a PNY Mini Metal Flash Drive, Get a USB Flash Drive Bracelet Free!
PNY 8GB Mini Metal Flash Drive – $7.99
PNY 16GB Mini Metal Flash Drive – $12.99
PNY 32GB Mini Metal Flash Drive – $22.99

Other Supplies
Avery Insertable Dividers (5 Tab) – $0.25
Staples Translucent Pencil Box – $0.50
Staples Glue Sticks (4 pack) – $1.00
Staples Mini Stapler – $2.00
Westcott 7″ Soft-Handle Scissors – $2.00
Bic Wite-Out Extra Coverage Corection Fluid – $2.00
Staples Standup Stapler – $3.00
7-Pocket Neon Poly Expanding Paper – $5.00
MasterLock Speed Dial Combination Lock – $7.00

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