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|09-27-2012 05:29 AM|
|09-26-2012 05:43 PM|
|s_T_Blue||I thought that the last full week on Sept was when Office Depot has their big (week-long) free stuff for their Anniversary Give-aways... Or Free afer rebate...|
|09-05-2012 06:26 PM|
|09-05-2012 12:43 PM|
|09-05-2012 09:59 AM|
Quick question on Officemax ink rewards.
I made a purchase of around $175 in April of this year and I have been going to the store every month (I missed 2 months in between) to drop off 10 cartridges. Can I drop 40 cartridges this month and get $20 each for next 4 months (just to make sure that I don't miss any more months)? Or do I have to go there every month to drop 10 cartridges?
|08-11-2012 08:42 PM|
Excellent suggestions bpvh and Cagnotte. Thanks!
I already lost my rewards for the last quarter. I will look for FAR items to purchase for this quarter.
In the future, I will be doing my recycling at Staples.
|08-11-2012 07:47 PM|
Of course, the qualified purchase requirement can be satisfied with the purchase of free after rebate items or 100% back in rewards items. And the resulting rewards can be spent on free after rebate items. With the use of cashback sites and/or competitor coupons, both purchase transactions can be money makers if you are fortunate enough to have a store that accepts competitor coupons.
* - Qualifying purchases exclude taxes; delivery fees; postage stamps; and prepaid gift, debit, phone or services cards; and purchases made with Office Depot Rewards and Merchandise Cards/Certificates.
|08-11-2012 07:45 PM|
|08-11-2012 06:26 PM|
The Office Depot Worklife Rewards Ink/Toner Recycling Program totally sucks. I wish I had realized this before dropping off my cartridges.
I thought that I brought cartridges (up to 10 a month) to the store to recycle and that I would receive a certificate at the end of the quarter for $2 for each cartridge, as long as the amount was $10 or greater. This is how Staples does it.
From what I can gather based on their website is that I bring the cartridges into recycle. Then I spend money on qualifying purchases and they will send me a credit certificate up to what I spent in the same period.
If I spend $20 and recycle 10 cartridges, they will send me a certificate for $20. Then I will need to purchase another $20 of items to use the certificate. I will get $40 worth of items for $20 and 10 recycled cartridges. When I wanted $20 worth of items for $0.
SUCKS!! Please let me know if I am misunderstanding this.
|07-08-2012 10:05 AM|
|tn_native||Looks like this thread has been abandoned. Too bad... there NEEDS to be a staples thread on SD that gets updated each and every week instead of the HD threads that pop up.|
|04-28-2012 08:33 PM|
|04-28-2012 08:30 PM|
As to the difference between INK CARTRIDGES and INK TANKS, cartridges have printheads while tanks do not but I am unsure which, if any, of the programs are making such a distinction.
Q. What ink and toner cartridges qualify for the recycling program?
A. You can recycle ANY ink and toner cartridge - NO MATTER WHICH BRAND IT IS!
MaxPerks In-Store Ink and Toner Recycling Program
Effective 4/1/12, as a member of MaxPerks Rewards, simply bring in any visibly undamaged, originally manufactured, ink/toner cartridges to an OfficeMax retail store location and earn a $2 reward per qualified cartridge, with a maximum reward of $20 per calendar month per member (or 10 cartridges per calendar month per member.) Remanufactured ink/toner cartridges are not eligible for rewards under the recycling program.
6. Ink Recycling Rewards
Each Member can recycle up to 10 cartridges per month of any used ink or toner cartridge sold at any retail store in the U.S., and receive $2 back in Recycling Rewards per cartridge.
|04-28-2012 07:17 PM|
I see an exclusion of HP02 at one of the 3 stores, but can I recycle the HP02 at OD? I know it says all, but I'm not sure of the difference between an ink tank and ink cartridge (my brain, anything with ink is a cartridge).
|04-13-2012 04:20 PM|
|04-13-2012 08:39 AM|
As for the free after rebate deals, rewards do not impact rebate payouts.
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