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10-Ream 8.5"x11" Hammermill Copy Plus Paper (5,000 Sheets) EXPIRED

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Staples has 10-Ream 8.5"x11" Hammermill Copy Plus Paper (5,000 Sheets) on sale at 2 for $45.53 when you add a small filler item and apply coupon code 30231 in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks rastaman32

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  1. Add a Quantity of 2 of 10-Ream 8.5"x11" Hammermill Copy Plus Paper (10,000 Total Sheets).
  2. Add a small filler item to cart.
  3. Apply coupon code 30231 in cart.
  4. Proceed to checkout.
  5. Total will be $45.53 + Free Shipping

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This matches a previous Frontpage Deal from January. -oceanlake

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Staples has this https://slickdeals.net/f/13825118-10-ream-8-5-x11-hammermill-copy-plus-paper-10-000-sheets-2-for-49-free-shipping?v=1 FP deal again with a new code - Note, coupon expires 3/27/20


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  1. Add 2x 10-Ream 8.5"x11" Hammermill Copy Plus Paper [staples.com] to cart for $59.98
  2. Add filler item from choices below
  3. Apply $15 off $60+ coupon code 30231 in cart (click 'Apply/edit coupons & rewards' to add code)
    • You may receive a message stating 'Not qualified yet'; however, the discount will be reflected on the final checkout page
  4. Price after discount (using Paper Clip example above) starts at $45.77 + Free Shipping
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Price is so cheap because it's 20 lbs paper and not 24 lbs paper.

May not matter for home and interoffice use, but it is pretty cheap paper to use for outside entities.

My office's rule of thumb is 20 lbs for anything interoffice but 24 lbs for anything that leaves the building.
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Come on. Is that the best joke you've got?

Dunder Mifflin's customer service is better. The big box beats them on price everytime.

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Staples has this FP deal back again with a new code - Note, coupon expires 3/27/20

Instructions:
Add 2x 10-Ream 8.5"x11" Hammermill Copy Plus Paper to cart for $59.98 [staples.com]
https://www.staples.com/HammerMil...uct_122374

Add filler item from choices below

https://www.staples.com/Staples-1...uct_525931
Staples Paper Clips, #1, Gray/Silver, 100/Box (A7026603A) OR

Decker Tape Products 112 Film Tape, 0.5" x 72 Yds [staples.com] $0.79 [staples.com]
Or any other filler item priced at over $0.02
Apply $15 off $60+ coupon code 30231 in cart (click 'Apply/edit coupons & rewards' to add code)

Price after discount (using filler above) starts at $45.65 + Free Shipping
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Deals are better at Dunder Mifflin out of PA
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Deals are better at Dunder Mifflin out of PA
Especially if you have 5 Golden Tickets like I do!
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Decent toilet paper backup. In for 7.
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Come on. Is that the best joke you've got?

Dunder Mifflin's customer service is better. The big box beats them on price everytime.

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Deals are better at Dunder Mifflin out of PA
I thought hammermill was exclusive with Staples?
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Price is so cheap because it's 20 lbs paper and not 24 lbs paper.

May not matter for home and interoffice use, but it is pretty cheap paper to use for outside entities.

My office's rule of thumb is 20 lbs for anything interoffice but 24 lbs for anything that leaves the building.
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Thanks Op, in for 2, repped!
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Price is so cheap because it's 20 lbs paper and not 24 lbs paper.

May not matter for home and interoffice use, but it is pretty cheap paper to use for outside entities.

My office's rule of thumb is 20 lbs for anything interoffice but 24 lbs for anything that leaves the building.
What difference does it make if it leaves your office? Not to sound obnoxious, but does the recipient judge you by the weight of the paper or is there an actual purpose for the heavier weight?
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What difference does it make if it leaves your office? Not to sound obnoxious, but does the recipient judge you by the weight of the paper or is there an actual purpose for the heavier weight?
It can. In college I would often turn in important papers to the professor and often they could instantly tell and make a comment about the quality of the paper. "Nothing but the best for you, teach!"
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What difference does it make if it leaves your office? Not to sound obnoxious, but does the recipient judge you by the weight of the paper or is there an actual purpose for the heavier weight?
I was thinking the same thing, the only thing I can imagine is thinner paper rips easier and gets damaged easier and feels cheap so it thicker paper would make for a more formal letter. I was thinking of buying this to print shipping labels.
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Decent toilet paper backup. In for 7.
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What difference does it make if it leaves your office? Not to sound obnoxious, but does the recipient judge you by the weight of the paper or is there an actual purpose for the heavier weight?
Basically if only employees are going to see it, it goes on cheap paper. If it's being sent out as an official record from the office, it needs to be on heavier stock so that it can be copied and utilized in other capacities beyond interoffice notices. It's just an office standard. Thinner paper copies worse, doesn't stand the test of time. If it's representative of your business, you don't want it to feel/look/seem cheap.

I would run large volumes of paper through heavy duty mainframe printers that did 180 pages per minute. If you used 24 lbs paper, you'd have a ton less jams than if you switched to 20 lbs paper. This is because the lighter paper is far less forgiving when going through a machine. Additionally the rollers inside the machine slowly wear down from the thicker paper so that the thinner paper can no longer cycle cleaning through the machines.

If your printer has been using 24 lbs paper for 5 years and you switch to 20 lbs paper, get ready to replace all the rollers or enjoy removing jams every 15 seconds.
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