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Office Depot and OfficeMax has great prices on Select Office Chairs. You may save an additional 20% off one item with unique coupon code from Email or Text Sign up. Thanks bjones207 and Gameboy647

Prices below after the 20% off coupon:Note, you may also save an extra 5% on select chairs that have the 5% savings with store pickup and if stock permits
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Be sure to sign up for Office Depot Email or Text Alert for the unique 20% Off single item code. Refer to forum thread for additional details and discussion.

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Office Depot has sales on numerous office/computer chairs and other furniture, and an additional 20%-25% can be reduced with email coupon code linked below and some offer 5% more discount for in store-pickup.

This has been posted about previously, but did not see any brought up for this round of sales.
Below are a few good example deals, but local selection and preferences will vary.

Link [officedepot.com] to 20% off email coupon (per usual excludes electronics but can be used on furniture clearance items, and all other furniture.


Realspace Salsbury High-Back Chair, Dark Brown/Black [officedepot.com]
$179.99 (Reg) | $79.99 (Sale) | $60.79 (After discounts)

Realspace® Fosner High-Back Leather Chair [officedepot.com]
$159.99 (Reg) | $89.99Sale (Save $70) | $68.39 (After discounts)

Realspace® Breckland High-Back Executive Chair [officedepot.com]
$149.99each (Reg)| $129.99 (Sale) | $75.99(After discounts)

Realspace® Verismo Bonded Leather High-Back Chair, White/Chrome [officedepot.com]
$249.99 (Reg) | $129.99 (Sale) | $98.79 (After discounts)

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That's not a hack, that's just immoral.
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That's fraud, not a hack
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Not a hack, technically it's theft by swindle. Enjoy your time in jail when they catch up with you.
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Thanks OP!

I didn't buy any of the chairs you had listed, but used the email coupon to purchase a WorkPro 1000 w/ instore (-5%) for (75.99[99.99(-20%)-(5% instore) +local tax.) almost matching a previous FP.
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The real money hack on chairs from Office Depot is the $10 protection plan. Whenever you want a new chair, call the claim line, complain about padding in the elbows or squeaking or anything else that annoys you about the chair. It's NEVER cost effective to send someone out to repair it, nor is it cost effective to pay for you to ship it, so the claim always comes back as a refund (in the form of a gift card, including tax but not the protection plan fee).

Aside from the ~$200 I spent on the first chair in 2011, I get a new one every few months for the net price of the protection plan. The gently used chairs either went to other parts of the house/office or donated to schools/startups and friends.

If you don't want fresh chairs all the time (feels as good as a haircut), use the giftcard on price-matched electronics and office stuff (Office Depot gives 15% discount on the difference of the price match AFTER matching the price). Your chair will still have been [mostly] free.
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is it OK to buy a white chair after Labor Day?
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The real money hack on chairs from Office Depot is the $10 protection plan. Whenever you want a new chair, call the claim line, complain about padding in the elbows or squeaking or anything else that annoys you about the chair. It's NEVER cost effective to send someone out to repair it, nor is it cost effective to pay for you to ship it, so the claim always comes back as a refund (in the form of a gift card, including tax but not the protection plan fee).

Aside from the ~$200 I spent on the first chair in 2011, I get a new one every few months for the net price of the protection plan. The gently used chairs either went to other parts of the house/office or donated to schools/startups and friends.

If you don't want fresh chairs all the time (feels as good as a haircut), use the giftcard on price-matched electronics and office stuff (Office Depot gives 15% discount on the difference of the price match AFTER matching the price). Your chair will still have been [mostly] free.
Do you buy square trade plan ?
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Thanks op. Was gonna get
Realspace® Verismo Bonded Leather High-Back Chair, White/Chrome but price shows 149.99.
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Thanks op. Was gonna get
Realspace® Verismo Bonded Leather High-Back Chair, White/Chrome but price shows 149.99.
Bonded leather sucks
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The real money hack on chairs from Office Depot is the $10 protection plan. Whenever you want a new chair, call the claim line, complain about padding in the elbows or squeaking or anything else that annoys you about the chair. It's NEVER cost effective to send someone out to repair it, nor is it cost effective to pay for you to ship it, so the claim always comes back as a refund (in the form of a gift card, including tax but not the protection plan fee).

Aside from the ~$200 I spent on the first chair in 2011, I get a new one every few months for the net price of the protection plan. The gently used chairs either went to other parts of the house/office or donated to schools/startups and friends.

If you don't want fresh chairs all the time (feels as good as a haircut), use the giftcard on price-matched electronics and office stuff (Office Depot gives 15% discount on the difference of the price match AFTER matching the price). Your chair will still have been [mostly] free.
How long does the $10 plan last ?
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You have to go to the link and get the coupon through email.
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The real money hack on chairs from Office Depot is the $10 protection plan. Whenever you want a new chair, call the claim line, complain about padding in the elbows or squeaking or anything else that annoys you about the chair. It's NEVER cost effective to send someone out to repair it, nor is it cost effective to pay for you to ship it, so the claim always comes back as a refund (in the form of a gift card, including tax but not the protection plan fee).

Aside from the ~$200 I spent on the first chair in 2011, I get a new one every few months for the net price of the protection plan. The gently used chairs either went to other parts of the house/office or donated to schools/startups and friends.

If you don't want fresh chairs all the time (feels as good as a haircut), use the giftcard on price-matched electronics and office stuff (Office Depot gives 15% discount on the difference of the price match AFTER matching the price). Your chair will still have been [mostly] free.
It's not $10 it's based on the price of the chair and they use square trade which gives cash back not a gift card plus it fulfills your protection so if you happen to get a new chair you need to buy the protection again. Stop giving misinformation.
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Thanks OP. Can anyone recommend a chair that's comfortable enough for sitting cross-legged or "Indian-style"?
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The real money hack on chairs from Office Depot is the $10 protection plan. Whenever you want a new chair, call the claim line, complain about padding in the elbows or squeaking or anything else that annoys you about the chair. It's NEVER cost effective to send someone out to repair it, nor is it cost effective to pay for you to ship it, so the claim always comes back as a refund (in the form of a gift card, including tax but not the protection plan fee).

Aside from the ~$200 I spent on the first chair in 2011, I get a new one every few months for the net price of the protection plan. The gently used chairs either went to other parts of the house/office or donated to schools/startups and friends.

If you don't want fresh chairs all the time (feels as good as a haircut), use the giftcard on price-matched electronics and office stuff (Office Depot gives 15% discount on the difference of the price match AFTER matching the price). Your chair will still have been [mostly] free.
That's not a hack, that's just immoral.
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The real money hack on chairs from Office Depot is the $10 protection plan. Whenever you want a new chair, call the claim line, complain about padding in the elbows or squeaking or anything else that annoys you about the chair. It's NEVER cost effective to send someone out to repair it, nor is it cost effective to pay for you to ship it, so the claim always comes back as a refund (in the form of a gift card, including tax but not the protection plan fee).

Aside from the ~$200 I spent on the first chair in 2011, I get a new one every few months for the net price of the protection plan. The gently used chairs either went to other parts of the house/office or donated to schools/startups and friends.

If you don't want fresh chairs all the time (feels as good as a haircut), use the giftcard on price-matched electronics and office stuff (Office Depot gives 15% discount on the difference of the price match AFTER matching the price). Your chair will still have been [mostly] free.
Not a hack, technically it's theft by swindle. Enjoy your time in jail when they catch up with you.
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The real money hack on chairs from Office Depot is the $10 protection plan. Whenever you want a new chair, call the claim line, complain about padding in the elbows or squeaking or anything else that annoys you about the chair. It's NEVER cost effective to send someone out to repair it, nor is it cost effective to pay for you to ship it, so the claim always comes back as a refund (in the form of a gift card, including tax but not the protection plan fee).

Aside from the ~$200 I spent on the first chair in 2011, I get a new one every few months for the net price of the protection plan. The gently used chairs either went to other parts of the house/office or donated to schools/startups and friends.

If you don't want fresh chairs all the time (feels as good as a haircut), use the giftcard on price-matched electronics and office stuff (Office Depot gives 15% discount on the difference of the price match AFTER matching the price). Your chair will still have been [mostly] free.
That's fraud, not a hack
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