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

Posted on Monday, August 12th, 2013 at 3:54 pm
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Target Logo (Matchups)Pens, Pencils & Highlighters
Up & Up Wooden Pencils (24 count) – $1.00
Up & Up Erasers (6 count) – $1.00
Westcott Battery-Powdered Pencil Sharpener – $4.00
Pilot G2 Pens (3 count) – $3.00

Notebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
Up & Up Printer Paper (400 sheets) – $3.00
Up & Up 3″ x 3″ Sticky Note Cube – $3.00
Up & Up Reinforced College-Ruled Filler Paper (100 sheets) – $1.50
Up & Up Drawing Paper Pad (40 sheets) – $1.50
Up & Up 1″ 3-Ring Binder – $1.00
Mead Five Star 1-Subject Notebook (100 sheets) – $1.50
Mead Five Star Folders (4 pack) – $0.50

Crayons, Markers & Colored Pencils
Leap Frog Dry Erase Crayons – $3.00
Crayola Colored Pencils (24 count) – $2.50
Crayola Crayons (64 count) – $2.50

Backpacks & Bags
Licensed Backpacks – $13.00
Backpacks with Add-On Features – $25.00
Licensed Lunch Kits and Thermos FUNtainers – $12.00
BYO by Built Lunch Kits – $9.00
Embark Skullcandy Backpacks – $30.00
Trans by Jansport Backpacks – $30.00
Brip by High Sierra Backpacks – $40.00
SwissGear Backpacks – $40.00

Tech Deals
Texas Instruments TI-30X IIS Scientific Calculator – $9.00
Select Dane-Elec 8GB USB Drives – $5.99

Other Supplies
Up & Up Invisible Tape (3 pack) – $2.50
Up & Up Clear Cover Binder Pocket – $1.00
Up & Up 5-count Index Dividers – $1.00
Swingline Anywhere Stapler – $4.00
Scotch Scissors – $4.00
Leap Frog Dry Erase Board – $3.00
Elmer’s Disappearing Purple Glue Sticks (3 pack) – $2.00

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