Staples Back to School Deals - Week of August 18, 2013
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Staples Back to School Deals – Week of August 18, 2013

Posted on Monday, August 19th, 2013 at 4:40 pm
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Staples LogoPens
Bic Velocity Gel Pens (2 pack) – $0.50
Paper Mate Erasermate Ballpoint Pens – $2.00
Zebra Z-Grip Flight Retractable Ballpoint Pens (5 pack) – $2.00
Uni-Ball 207 Retractable Gel Pens (4 pack) – $5.00
Paper Mate InkJoy Retractable Ballpoint Pens (4 pack) – $5.00

 

Pencils, Erasers, & Sharpeners
Staples 0.7mm Assorted Mechanical Pencils (12 pack) – Free after easy $4.29 rebate!
Paper Mate Magic Rub Erasers (3 pack) – $0.50
Ticonderoga #2 Pencils (12 pack) – $2.00
Paper Mate Sharpwriter 0.7mm Glitter Mechanical Pencils (12 pack) – $2.00
Staples Circle Eraser with Sharpener – $2.00
Westcott iPoint Battery-Operated Pencil Sharpener – $10.00

Notebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
Staples Composition Book (100 sheets) – $0.10
Hammermill Copy Plus Copy Paper (500 sheets) – $3.00
Staples Accel 1-Subject Notebook (100 sheets) – $2.00
Spine Guard 1-Subject Notebook – $2.99
Staples Wireless Notebook (80 sheets) – $1.00
Staples Notepad with Pen (80 sheets) – $2.00
Staples Construction Paper – $4.00
Post-it Super Sticky Notes – $5.00
Simply 1″ View Binders – $2.00
Avery 1″ Durable View Binder – $1.99 after $2 binder recycling
Avery 1″ Heavy-Duty Binder – $5.49 after $2 binder recycling
Better 1″ Binder – $5.99 after $2 binder recycling
Staples Graph Ruled Composition Book (80 sheets) – $1.00
Staples Graph Rule Filler Paper (80 sheets) – $2.00
Staples Graph Rule Notebook (70 sheets) – $2.00
Post-it Notes (5 pack) – $6.00

Crayons, Markers, Colored Pencils & Highlighters
RoseArt Colored Pencils (12 pack) – $1.00
Staples Hype! Pen-Style Highlighters (6 pack) – $2.00
Quartet EnduraGlide Dry-Erase Markers (4 pack) – $2.00
Sharpie Twin-Tip Markers (4 pack) – $5.00

Bags, Totes, and Backpacks
All Skullcandy and Puma Backpacks – 25% off
All Backpacks – 25% to 50% off

Calculators
Texas Instruments TI-30Xa 10-Digit Scientific Calculator – $9.99
Texas Instruments TI-30SCIIS 2-Line 10-Digit Scientific Calculator – $12.99
Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus 8-Line 16-Digit Graphing Calculator – $89.99
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Silver 8-Line 16-Digit Graphing Calculator – $99.99
Texas Instruments TI-84+ Silver Edition Color Screen 9-Line 16-Digit Graphing Calculator – $109.99
Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX Color Screen Graphing Calculator – $129.99
Casio FX300ES 2-Line 10-Digit Scientific Calculator – $11.99
Casio FX115ES 2-Line 10-Digit Scientific Calculator – $18.99
Casio FX9750G Plus 8-Line 21-Digit Graphing Calculator – $49.99
Casio FX9860II 8-Line 21-Digit Graphing Calculator – $69.99
Casio FX-CG10 Prizm Color Screen Graphing Calculator – $99.99

USB Flash Drives
SanDisk Cruzer Glide 16GB USB Flash Drive – $9.00
SanDisk Cruzer Glide 32GB USB Flash Drive – $19.99
SanDisk Cruzer Glide 64GB USB Flash Drive – $39.99
SanDisk Cruzer Glide 128GB USB Flash Drive – $89.99

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

Other Supplies
Westcott Preferred 7″ Scissors – $0.50
Staples 3-Hole Binder Punch – $1.00
Compass or Protractor – $1.00
Bic Wite-Out Shake & Squeeze Mini Correction Pen – $2.00
Post-it Page Markers (10 pack) – $3.00

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