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OfficeMax Back To School Deals 8/1/10

by Tara Kuczykowski on August 1, 2010 · 2 comments


OfficeMax has some nice under $1 deals this week, and I think $4 for a stainless steel water bottle is a great deal. We just bought five of these for our kids to take on vacation at a significantly higher price.

:: Under $1 Deals

  • 12" Wood Rule with Metal Edge, $0.05 (Limit 6)
  • OfficeMax or Just Basics #2 Pencils (12 pk. -- Limit 3)
  • Paper Mate Black or Blue Ballpoint Pens (10 pk. -- Limit 3)
  • OfficeMax Filler Paper (100 ct. -- Limit 6)
  • Schoolio 1" or 1.5" Poly Binders (Limit 6)

:: Other Deals

  • Avery Note Tabs, B2G1
  • Crayola Crayons, Colored Pencils, or Markers, B2G1
  • Iris Plastic Storage or Fellowes Bankers Boxes, B2G1
  • OfficeMax 1, 3, or 5-Subject Notebooks, B2G1
  • OfficeMax Durable View Binders, B2G1
  • OfficeMax Inkjet, Laser, or All-In-One Paper (500 ct.), B2G1
  • Trend Stickers or Classroom Decor, B2G1
  • Wausau Astrobrights Colored Paper, B2G1
  • OfficeMax Jumbo Glue Stick (1 pk.) or Small Glue Sticks (4 pk.), $1
  • Westcott 8" Kleencut Scissors, $2
  • Zebra Z-Grip Retractable Ballpoint Pens (7 pk.), $2
  • PaperPro Nano Mini Stapler, $3
  • Sharpie Accent Highlighters, $3
  • Expo Dry-Erase Markers (4 pk.), $4
  • Post-It 3x3 Notes Cube, $4
  • Sharpie Permanent Markers (5 pk.), $4
  • Subzero Stainless Steel Water Bottles, $4

:: BIC/Finish Line Offer

  • BIC Pens, Pencils, or Wite-Out Correction Tape, B2G2

*Get $10 off $30 at Finish Line wyb 2 BIC Products.

:: Mead Offer

  • FREE Mead Five Star Reinforced Filler Paper wyb Five Star Flex Binder or Notebook

Note that the OfficeMax deals do seem to vary some by region, so be sure to check your local weekly ad to verify the offers for your area.

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1 Sharon cobb August 1, 2010 at 11:40 pm

Also Office Max has a brown bag in Sunday paper. In my area of TN anyway. Everything that fixs in the bag get's 20% off so that will make some sweet deals on school supplies with some items almost free or free.

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2 Mark Hallen August 2, 2010 at 2:36 am

When our daughter, Casey, was in school, we saved unused supplies at the end of one school year so we wouldn’t have to buy them again at the beginning of the next one. Naturally, after two months had gone by, we forgot where we put them. I suspect there are crates of construction paper and pencil cases somewhere in our garage.

Come late August, the schools would send out a supply list in advance, and we’d dutifully buy everything on it, only to find out there was one thing they’d left off, so we’d have to fight off the crowds in Staples the day after the schools opened, which was only marginally better than going to Walmart the day after Thanksgiving. Yes, there we’d be, combing the shelves for a very specific type of three-section notebook with pockets in the covers and reinforced holes and tabbed indexing and spiral binding and college rules (even though this was middle school--Casey was so advanced). And it was, of course, the same notebook all the other parents were looking for because it had been left off their lists, too. And Staples would have exactly two of them in stock.

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