Target Back to School Deals - Week of August 4, 2013
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Target Back to School Deals – Week of August 4, 2013

Posted on Monday, August 5th, 2013 at 4:49 pm
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Target Logo (Matchups)Pens, Pencils & Highlighters
Bic Shimmer Mechanical Pencils, .5mm or .7mm (8 count) – $0.99
Paper Mate Pink Pearl Erasers (3 count) – $0.99
Up & Up 2-Hole Pencil Sharpener – $0.90
Paper Mate Eagle Ballpoint Pens – $0.90
Sharpie Accent Highlighters (2 pack) – $0.90
Ticonderoga Pencils (24 count) – $3.00
Paper Mate InkJoy Pens (18 count) – $3.99

Notebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
3-inch x 3-inch Post-it Notes (90-sheets) – $0.99
Mead Notebook (70 pages) – $0.99
Avery Durable 1-inch View Binder – $0.99
Avery Durable 1-inch White Binder – $0.99
Avery Durable 1-inch Color Binder – $0.99
Mead Fashion Notebooks, Wide or College Ruled – $0.50
Assorted Planners – $8.00
Case-it 2″ Fabric Zipper Binder – $8.00

Crayons, Markers & Colored Pencils
Crayola Markers (10 count) – $0.99
Up & Up Colored Pencils (12 count) – $0.50
Up & Up Crayons (24 count) – 2 for $0.50
Crayola Dry-Erase Markers (6 count) – $3.00

Backpacks & Bags
Trans by Jansport Supermax Backpack – $26
Grip by High Sierra, Embark, iPack or Character Backpacks – $20
Procat by Puma Totes & Backpacks – $3.00
Embark Lunch Kit – $9.00
Arctic Zone Neoprene Lunch Kit – $11.00

Tech Deals
Select Lexar 16GB USB Drives – $8.00
Western Digital My Passport 500GB Portable Hard Drive – $39.00
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition Color Graphing Calculator – $90.00
Other Supplies
Fiskars Scissors – $0.99
Up & Up 3″ x 5″ Index Cards (Ruled or Unruled) – $0.50
Sterilite Pencil Case – $0.50
Standard Size Book Cover – $0.50
Jumbo Size Book Cover – $0.80
Up & Up Protractor – $0.90
Up & Up Folding 12″ Ruler – $0.90
Scotch Magic Tape – $0.90
Vaultz Basic Locking Pencil Box – $8.00
8-Piece Locker Kit – $8.00
5-Piece The Board Dudes White Board Kit – $8.00
Crayola Dry-Erase Board – $3.00

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