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School Supplies: 1-Subject Notebook, 2-Pocket Folder, 24-Pk Crayola Crayons

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Staples has various School Supplies on sale listed below with prices starting from $0.50. Additionally, earn 2% in Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Select free curbside pickup where stock permits, otherwise, shipping is free with Staples Base+ Level Membership (free 3-Month trial) or on orders of $25 or more.

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Staples has school supplies on sale from $0.50, see items and prices below. Select free store pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is free with a new Staples Rewards account or $25+ orders. Slickdeals cashback is available for this store, see instructions below.

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It's sad you had to take time out of your day just to hate on teachers.
It is like everything in the world, some people don't like spending the time researching for a sale and saving money. They feel their time is worth money. And then there are some people who don't necessarily want to buy their kids the cheapest folders or pencils or erasers.

And of course, there are the people in society who really have no clue how to save money. I mean, I read an article from USA Today on how to save money on grocery shopping and the tip was "To cut your grocery costs, the simplest approach is to learn the sales cycle. Typically, items go on sale about every six to eight weeks. When an item you often use has a price drop, don't just buy one -- buy enough to last until it goes on sale again. If you eat one frozen pizza a week and it hits rock-bottom prices every six weeks, buy six to stick in your freezer when it's on sale so you never have to pay full price."

Yep, USA Today believes there are actually people who can't figure that out on their own.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/mo...8ykXu0B0d4
Basically, yes. Staples is offering free shipping for the first 3 months after signup. After that, there are spend levels to hit for the free shipping. Hope this makes sense.

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This sale been going on since last week. Got some supplies with $20 off $50 coupon last Monday.
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Am I missing something with these staples "free shipping" deals? On my existing account I need to hit a $250 spend.

Do I make a new account
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Am I missing something with these staples "free shipping" deals? On my existing account I need to hit a $250 spend.

Do I make a new account
Basically, yes. Staples is offering free shipping for the first 3 months after signup. After that, there are spend levels to hit for the free shipping. Hope this makes sense.
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Again???
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Quote from RazorConcepts :
Am I missing something with these staples "free shipping" deals? On my existing account I need to hit a $250 spend.

Do I make a new account
That sucks. I guess I'll create new junk accounts each buy. Or just not buy.
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Would this get cheaper when school comes around? Or this is a cheap as it gets? I remember 25 cents marble notebooks one year
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Would this get cheaper when school comes around? Or this is a cheap as it gets? I remember 25 cents marble notebooks one year
Depends on the item, I personally stocked up on the $0.50 crayola crayons, $0.50 sharpeners, $1.00 pencil cases because those are the lowest I have seen shipped in some time. I added some $1.00 crayola colored pencils and $1.00 crayola markers to reach free shipping. But in general I agree, I have seen notebooks and other items cheaper before. All of these items (especially the crayola items) are similarly priced at Walmart, but Walmart doesn't have all the items I wanted in stock for shipping.
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Hopefully every parent and teacher sees this, so we don't have to go through the same yearly story of "I spent $500 on school supplies for my students.

FOX Phoenix went to a teacher's rally in 2016. A father of one of the teachers said that his daughter had borrowed over $12,000 from him, over 5 years, for school supplies for her students. And he actually believed it.
It's sad you had to take time out of your day just to hate on teachers.
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Just noticed this deal:
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Walmart's sale has notebooks 34¢ and folders 15¢
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Thanks. Screw Walmart. I created a new account for the free shipping and ordered a bunch of those TRU RED Comp Notebooks. I bought a couple last sale and liked them so much I ordered 7 more in various colors. At only $0.50 a pc, the whole order was only $3.50 + tax.

Great deal, repped.
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Hopefully every parent and teacher sees this, so we don't have to go through the same yearly story of "I spent $500 on school supplies for my students.

FOX Phoenix went to a teacher's rally in 2016. A father of one of the teachers said that his daughter had borrowed over $12,000 from him, over 5 years, for school supplies for her students. And he actually believed it.
It is like everything in the world, some people don't like spending the time researching for a sale and saving money. They feel their time is worth money. And then there are some people who don't necessarily want to buy their kids the cheapest folders or pencils or erasers.

And of course, there are the people in society who really have no clue how to save money. I mean, I read an article from USA Today on how to save money on grocery shopping and the tip was "To cut your grocery costs, the simplest approach is to learn the sales cycle. Typically, items go on sale about every six to eight weeks. When an item you often use has a price drop, don't just buy one -- buy enough to last until it goes on sale again. If you eat one frozen pizza a week and it hits rock-bottom prices every six weeks, buy six to stick in your freezer when it's on sale so you never have to pay full price."

Yep, USA Today believes there are actually people who can't figure that out on their own.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/mo...8ykXu0B0d4
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Thanks. Screw Walmart. I created a new account for the free shipping and ordered a bunch of those TRU RED Comp Notebooks. I bought a couple last sale and liked them so much I ordered 7 more in various colors. At only $0.50 a pc, the whole order was only $3.50 + tax.

Great deal, repped.
Thank you! Smilie Glad to help.
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