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HU - Staples $10 Off In-Store Purchase of $10 or More - Postcard/Coupon Via USPS B&M Only - Exp. 11/11/2017 YMMV?

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Be on the lookout for a postcard mailing with a detachable coupon from Staples for $10 OFF your in-Store purchase of $10 or more of regular priced items. Coupon expires 11/1117

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Someone at my post office or the local sorting facility has sticky fingers so I'll never see anything like this sent via postcard. :/
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Someone at my post office or the local sorting facility has sticky fingers so I'll never see anything like this sent via postcard. :/
You can always file a complaint if you have real fact to back it, man up or shut up
https://postalinspectors.uspis.go...Theft.aspx
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Someone at my post office or the local sorting facility has sticky fingers so I'll never see anything like this sent via postcard. :/
That's a shame. Frown

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I moved this from Hot Deals to Deal Talk since it's basically a HU deal only and not everyone will get the postcard in the mail to make it a hot deal.
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That's a shame. Frown

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I moved this from Hot Deals to Deal Talk since it's basically a HU deal only and not everyone will get the postcard in the mail to make it a hot deal.
These post cards are much more rare than the weekly emails for 25/75s and 30/60s that get sent out.

Do you have a business associated with your rewards account?
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These post cards are much more rare than the weekly emails for 25/75s and 30/60s that get sent out.

Do you have a business associated with your rewards account?
No business, just a rewards account with my residential info.
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You can always file a complaint if you have real fact to back it, man up or shut up
https://postalinspectors.uspis.go...Theft.aspx
For awhile when things went missing, I simply assumed they had been legitimately lost in the mail. However, after my Discover card was stolen from my locked PO box and used to purchase $500 worth of gear from nike.com that was to be shipped to a home 1.2 miles from the post office, I did file a complaint with both the local PD and USPS. The police declined to pursue the matter because the order was halted prior to delivery and thus there was no actual loss. I am relatively sure the fact that our PD has 4 officers and that the thief lives in another jurisdiction (city and township have different PDs even though my township is located within the city) played a role as well. I also filed a complaint with USPS, who stated that it would be investigated, but that they would be unable to share the resolution with me. I followed up with the local Postmaster as he is a very honest and open guy. He stated that he "wouldn't be surprised" if someone there stole something, but he wouldn't elaborate on that and reiterated that he would be unable to share the results of the investigation with me due to USPS regulations
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