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Staples has Notebooks & Rulers on sale as listed below. Shipping is free for eligible items otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks daisybeetle
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In case anyone wants to know the difference between wide and college ruled:
https://schoolsupplyboxes.com/blo...uled-paper

"For elementary school aged children, wide ruled paper is the preferred choice for students from kindergarten up to 4th grade. The ruled lines are 11/37 inches apart and are for children still learning to write letters and numbers as well as for persons who have larger than average handwriting.
Middle school, high school, and college students use medium or "college" ruled paper, with 9/32 inch spacing between lines. This is the type of paper has lines closer together to allow more writing on a single page. The term "college" is a colloquialism used to denote students have graduated from using wide ruled paper. Older kids usually have handwriting which is smaller than younger children and don't need the larger spacing. Though, teenagers and college students would much prefer wide ruled paper for writing essays and book reports."
Note to All: These are Wide Rule, not College Rule

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Shows .25 on product page, but 2.28 in cart.

Edit: Back down to .25 after decreasing quantity to 7.
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Note to All: These are Wide Rule, not College Rule
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Ordered 7, great deal.
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I think limit is 7 per order before price jumps.
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In case anyone wants to know the difference between wide and college ruled:
https://schoolsupplyboxes.com/blo...uled-paper

"For elementary school aged children, wide ruled paper is the preferred choice for students from kindergarten up to 4th grade. The ruled lines are 11/37 inches apart and are for children still learning to write letters and numbers as well as for persons who have larger than average handwriting.
Middle school, high school, and college students use medium or "college" ruled paper, with 9/32 inch spacing between lines. This is the type of paper has lines closer together to allow more writing on a single page. The term "college" is a colloquialism used to denote students have graduated from using wide ruled paper. Older kids usually have handwriting which is smaller than younger children and don't need the larger spacing. Though, teenagers and college students would much prefer wide ruled paper for writing essays and book reports."
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Ordered 5, thanks OP.
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Are those on sale at the same price in the store too?
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Is there going to be a separate post for every single school supply Staples has on sale. This is the third thread today.
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I think limit is 7 per order before price jumps.

Yeah, in the cart it mentions "Instant Savings (limit 7)" for the assorted colors. However green, blue, red, and black are limit of 2 each. Limit 3 for the rulers.
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Is there going to be a separate post for every single school supply Staples has on sale. This is the third thread today.
I was posting as I found them. If you add items after a thread is posted, those that have deal alerts for those items dont get notified.
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Is there going to be a separate post for every single school supply Staples has on sale. This is the third thread today.

looks like it..
one coming for pencil very soon Big Grin

may be OP could split this is 7~8 ones
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In case anyone wants to know the difference between wide and college ruled:
https://schoolsupplyboxes.com/blo...uled-paper

"For elementary school aged children, wide ruled paper is the preferred choice for students from kindergarten up to 4th grade. The ruled lines are 11/37 inches apart and are for children still learning to write letters and numbers as well as for persons who have larger than average handwriting.
Middle school, high school, and college students use medium or "college" ruled paper, with 9/32 inch spacing between lines. This is the type of paper has lines closer together to allow more writing on a single page. The term "college" is a colloquialism used to denote students have graduated from using wide ruled paper. Older kids usually have handwriting which is smaller than younger children and don't need the larger spacing. Though, teenagers and college students would much prefer wide ruled paper for writing essays and book reports."
11/32", not 11/37".
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I was posting as I found them. If you add items after a thread is posted, those that have deal alerts for those items dont get notified.
op/mod. why do we need more scale ruler during this time?
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