Office Depot Back to School Deals Week of 8-20
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Office Depot Back to School Deals Week of 8-20

Posted on Monday, August 20th, 2012 at 9:38 am
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Here are this week’s best Office Depot back to school deals for the week!

1. Office Depot 2-Pocket Folders $0.01, limit 10

2. Slider Pencil Box $0.01, limit 3

3. Office Depot Wood Pencils, 8 ct $0.25, limit 3
4. Office Depot Student Compass $0.25, limit 3
5. SchoolWorks 5″ Kid Scissors $0.25, limit 3
6. Office Depot 2″ Binder Clips, 12 ct $1.00
7. Office Depot Shatter-Proof Ruler $1.00
8. Magic Rub Erasers, 3 ct $1.00
9. Post-It Label Roll $1.00
10. Office Depot Book Covers $2.00
11. Sharpie Chisel Tip, 4 ct $2.00
12. Sharpie Accent Jumbo Highlighters, 4 ct $2.00
13. Made in the USA Wood Pencils, 24 ct $2.00
14. Pert Paper Towel, 2 ct $2.00
15. Paper Mate Sharpwriter Mechanical Pencils, 12 ct $2.00
16. Kingsbridge Resealable Plastic School Bags, 8 ct $2.00
17. Office Depot Scratch Pads, 12 ct $2.00

18. Five Star 1-Subject Notebooks $3.00

Use $1.00/2 Five Star products, including Student Planning from RP 8/5 (exp 9/30)
Final Price: $2.50 each, when you buy 2

19. Office Depot Expandable Sheet Protectors, 25 ct $3.00

20. Office Depot 13 Pocket Letter Size Poly Expanding Files $3.00

21. Paper Mate Gel Pens, 5 ct $3.00

22. Sharpie Liquid Pencils, 2 ct + 6 erasers $3.00

23. Master Lock Combination Padlock $3.00

24. Five Star Stand N Store Pencil Holder $3.00

Use $1.00/2 Five Star products, including Student Planning from RP 8/5 (exp 9/30)
Final Price: $2.50 each, when you buy 2

25. Foray Magnetic Dry-Erase Boards $3.00

26. Office Depot Clipboard 9″x12″

27. Post-It 3″x 3″ Note Cube $4.00

28. Foray Liquid Highlighters, 12 ct $4.00

29. Office Depot Stick Pens, 60 ct $4.00

30. Office Depot 3-Hole Paper Punch $4.00

31. Kleenex Boutique Facial Tissues, 3 pk $4.00

Use $0.50/3 Kleenex Facial Tissues, 50 ct or higher or (1) bundle pack, excludes trial size from SS 8/12 (exp 9/23)
Final Price: $3.50

32. Swingline 545 Desk Stapler Combination Pack $5.00

33. Office Dept Premium Multipurpose Paper Bonus Ream $5.00

34. Zebra Z-Grip Retractable Ballpoint Pens, 24 ct $5.00

35. Office Depot Side-Application Correction Tape, 6 ct $5.00

36. Post-It Super Sticky Notes, 5 ct $5.00

Use $1.00/1 Post It Super Sticky Notes purchase of $5.00 or more, 1 coupon per day from SS 8/12 (exp 9/16)
Final Price: $4.00

37. Select Expo Dry Erase Markers and Supplies

Buy One Get One Free 
38. Select Crayola Products
Buy One Get One Free
39. Select Backpacks 25% Off
40. Stanley Bostitch Executive Electric Pencil Sharpener $20.00
41. Locker Culture and Locker Accessories 25% Off

42. Five Star and Mead Zipper Binders 20% Off

Use $2.00/1 Five Star Binder, including Five Star Flex Hybrid NoteBinder from RP 8/5 (exp 9/30)
Or $1.00/2 Five Star products, including Student Planning from RP 8/5 (exp 9/30)
Final Price: Varies

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