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

Posted on Monday, August 19th, 2013 at 3:14 pm
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Target Logo (Matchups)Notebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
Up & Up Printer Paper (750 sheets) – $6.00
Mead Five Star Tabbed or Advance College-Ruled Notebooks – $4.00
Post-it Notes Cubes – $4.00
Up & Up 1-Inch Deluxe Clear-Cover Binder – $2.00

Backpacks, Bags & Totes
All ProCat by Puma Backpacks – $35.00
All Trans by Jansport Backpacks – $35.00
SwissGear Premium Backpacks – $48.00
Embark Cooler Lunch Kits – $9.00
Igloo Insulated Lunch Bags – $11.00
Mossimo Supply Co. Backpacks – $25.00

Pens, Pencils & Highlighters
Bic Schimmers 0.7mm Mechanical Pencil (26 count) – $3.50
Paper Mate Flair Ultra Fine Felt-Tip Pens (5 count) – $3.50
Paper Mate Flair Ultra Medium Felt-Tip Pens (5 count) – $3.50
Sharpie Black Pens (3 count) – $3.50
Sharpie Assorted Pens (3 count) – $3.50
Bic Shimmers 0.9mm Mechanical Pencils (26 count) – $3.50

Other School Supplies
Dry Erase Boards – $5.00
Mead Five Star Poly Expanding Files – $5.00
The Board Dudes SRX Dry-Erase Markers – $5.00
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition Graphing Calculator – $90.00

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