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

Posted on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 at 9:18 am
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Walmart Logo (matchups)Pens, Pencils & Highlighters
Paper Mate Write Bros. Stick Pens (10 pack) – $0.97
Pilot G2 Gel Pens (4 pack) – $3.97
Bic Atlantis Pens (8 pack) – $4.97
Paper Mate Write Bros. Mechanical Pencils (20 pack) – $2.77
Paper Mate ClearPoint Mechanical Pencils (2 pack) – $3.97
USA Gold Pencils (24 pack) – $3.77

Notebooks, Binders, Folders & Paper
Avery 1″ Durable View Binder – $2.74
Wide or College Ruled Poly Notebook (70 sheets) – $0.67
Wide or College Ruled Composition Book (100 sheets) – $0.50
2-Pocket or 2-Pocket with Prongs Paper Portfolio – $0.15
Wide or College Ruled Filler Paper – $0.82
Poly Notebook (100 sheets) – $0.97
Poly Wide Composition Book – $0.67
2-Pocket Poly Folder – $0.50
Norcom Exceed Reinforced Wide or College Ruled Filler Paper (100 sheets) – $1.97
Duck Dynasty Folder (2 pack) – $2.47

Crayons, Markers & Colored Pencils
Crayola Classic Colors Washable Markers (8 pack) – $1.97
Crayola Washable Crayons (24 pack) – $2.47
Sharpie Permanent Fine Tip Markers, Black (3 count) – $1.47
Cra-Z-Art Colored Pencils (24 pack) – $1.97
Magnetic Dry Erase Markers (6 pack) – $4.47

Tech Deals
Texas Instruments TI-30XIIS 2-Line Scientific Calculator – $10.88
Sandisk 16GB Metal Flash Drive – $9.97

Other Supplies
Elmer’s Washable School Glue Sticks (6 pack) – $1.97
Fiskars 5″ Softgrip Pointed or Blunt-Tip Scissors – $2.47
Dry Erase Board (includes 2 magnets and 1 marker) – $2.00

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