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Staples: Back-to-School Deals for the week of July 31 – August 6, 2011

Here’s a list of some of the best Back-To-School Deals at Staples this week. Remember that these deals may vary by region so check your local ad online before heading to your local store:

Rebate Deals:

Zebra Cadoozles 0.7 mm mechanical pencils, 10-pack – Free after Easy Mail-in Rebate (Limit 1)

HP Everday 4″x6″ Photo Paper 100/Pack – $0.50 afterEasy Mail-in Rebate (Limit 2)

Staples composition books – $0.15  (Limit 3 with $5 minimum purchase)

$0.25 Deals (Limit 2):

  • 12″ clear plastic ruler
  • Staples standard-size striped paper clips, 100 pack

$0.50 Deals (Limit 2):

  • Westcott Preferred 7″ scissors
  • Staples poly-covered 8″ x 101/2″ 1- subject wide ruled notebook, 70 sheets

Thanks, Frugal Living and Having Fun!

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5 Comments

  • Mrs W says:

    just a heads up, when looking at the plastic rulers (consider if they could break) but also the numbers may rub off (at least that is what I found last year from plastic ones I bought last year, sorry don’t know brand but had bought that at Office Depot, they didn’t break but markings are gone/partially gone)

  • pam b says:

    wow, thats wierd, san diego had a TOTALLY different ad!

  • Christina H. says:

    I think that your store must be one week ahead of my store in the back to school sale because this week we have one penny note cards, pencils, and highlighters. I believe your area had that a week or so ago. I feel like I am getting a sneak peek at the next add. 😉

  • anu says:

    Looks like staples ads are different in different areas.This week we had 2 pocket folders for 1c.

  • Becky says:

    Totally different in Reading PA too!

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