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Staples Pres Day 1c er REAMS (2 days only) $149 Asus 11.6" Netbook , $10/20 Avery Labels Q, Brkroom Q's, Chairs

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1c aer Staples MP Reams (2 days only- Sun and Mon) limit 4 rebates $3.99 - $3.98 easy rebate = 1¢, Limit 4 per household

20% off KCUPS Q

25% off Reg Price Office Supplies Q

(See Scan on left for the FP DEALS NOTED ABOVE)


ASUS $149.99 Laptop Deal (IN STORE ONLY WHILE THEY LAST)Item: 1530327
11.6" screen
2GB RAM
32GB hard drive
• Windows 8.1
• 1 year of Microsoft® Office 365
• 1TB of Microsoft® One Drive storage for 1 year
• 500GB of Asus® Webstorage for 2 years
• Protect with Square Trade® for $69.99. 207411.In store only. While supplies last.

Avery Labels T&C Valid 2/15/15–2/21/15.
Valid in U.S. stores only.
Retail Coupon Code 66232
Limit one coupon per customer, nontransferable. Minimum purchase requirement must be met with purchases to which no other coupon or instant savings offer applies. Tax is not included in calculating the minimum purchase. Each item purchased can only be discounted by one coupon, applied by cashier in the order received and prior to tax. Coupon not valid if purchased or sold and must be surrendered. No cash/credit back. Not valid on prior purchases or purchases made with Staples® Procurement or Convenience Cards.


Fellowes SATURN 2 95 9.5" Thermal & Cold Laminating Machine= $29.99 after easy rebate $159.99 - $60 instant savings - $70 easy rebate = $29.99
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I got the ASUS Laptop on BF for $99. Great little Netbook, but $149 is likely the MAX I would pay for it (given its limitations).

That said, if you have Rewards etc, to make it less, its a great portable on-the-go.
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can the 1 year office subscription be resold? or is it tied to the machine? thanks
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So this starts Sunday?
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Since when did they start including office with the Asus X205?
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So this starts Sunday?
Yes...
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Since when did they start including office with the Asus X205?
I don't think it ever had office included unless you purchased it from the MSFT store.
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I don't think it ever had office included unless you purchased it from the MSFT store.
That's what I thought, so I guess Staples made a mistake.
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That's what I thought, so I guess Staples made a mistake.
Oh, I had actually read your first post and thought that you were implying that the other ones had office included. If staples messed this one up, then maybe:
1. Get them to include it
2. Get some money off

I would love to get this little guy at 99 or 125
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Does anyone know the current breakroom catalog numbers for K-cups 24 packs? I am desperately in need of restocking and am thrilled to see the 20 coupon listed here (code 88268). Wondering if any of the different brands are offering the $2 off per box if you purchase 2+.

Edit: Code is only good for 16 and 18 count boxes. Crappy bastards.
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Last edited by khs0222 February 15, 2015 at 07:01 AM
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Square Reader for $6.99 on page 2 with $10 deposit to your bank after signing up for an account.

The Square setup is super simple - great way to get the Square Reader + 4 reams of paper free or money back after rebates and taxes!

1. Open box, plug the reader into the earphone jack.
2. Download the Square Reader app (I'm on Android - piece of cake).
3. Click the sign up button - they've made the interface foolproof - you can't miss it!
4. Enter: Name, birthdate, last 4 digits ssn, telephone, address, your bank account routing info, email.
5. Boom, you're activated in under 5 seconds after providing that info to them!
6. Log into the redemption website noted under the unique code in the instructions. Enter the code, login using the square account you just created.
7. Wait 2-5 minutes and boom! $10 deposit on it's way.
8. You can test the square reader easily - just start the App, accept a payment (it'll have a popup to begin training you), follow the training steps to charge $1 to your own credit card. After this has gone through, you can refund the $1 to yourself.

Total time was less than 10 minutes, not even rushing and watching TV at the same time ($3.01 per 10 minutes = $18.06/hour equiv.job).

Hmmm.... Interesting how I can charge myself $1. Does this mean I can push through $$$$ and get more credit card reward points? (I'm sure it's probably somewhere in the legal documents - super long - which include things like they can cancel your account if you're using it on a modified smartphone. The App didn't detect the root, but if you're worried, Install the Xposed Framework with RootCloak and add the Square app to the RootCloak.)

Yes - Square may drop the reader once the world goes to chipped credit cards/NFC, but until then, you get $10. (Sorry, only 1 $10 per account and probably address - depends on how they detect this.)

It's funny, manual stripe reader on my LG F6 for reading credit cards for sales with $10 - $6.99 into my bank; NFC + SoftCard SIM for purchases + $50 into my bank. Makes you wonder how much credit card companies are willing to go to get you to spend $$$$$ just so they can make the % transaction fee.
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In case anyone wants to know, last week's coupon code 67136 takes the full $3.99 off the Staples ream.
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Hmmm.... Interesting how I can charge myself $1. Does this mean I can push through $$$$ and get more credit card reward points? (I'm sure it's probably somewhere in the legal documents
Each swipe deducts 2.75% transaction fee, see https://squareup.com/pricing
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