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300-Pack 3" x 5" Oxford Ruled Index Cards (White) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 300-Pack 3" x 5" Oxford Ruled Index Cards (White) on sale for $1.83 when you clip the $0.46 off coupon on the item page and check out via Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
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  1. Go to 300-Pack 3" x 5" Oxford Ruled Index Cards (White)
  2. Clip the $0.46 off coupon on the item page
  3. Select the "Subscribe & Save" option, if it isn't already selected
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  5. Proceed to checkout
  6. The price should be $2.29 - $0.46 (w/ coupon) = $1.83
  7. Complete your order.
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Amazon has300 pack - Oxford Ruled Index Cards, 3" x 5", White [amazon.com] for $1.83 w/ $0.46 coupon
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Reviews indicate these aren't card stock, think of it as index card sized pieces of paper.
Paper-thin -- 1/2 the thickness of normal index cards

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Infinitely useful.. just ran out thx
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Reviews indicate these aren't card stock, think of it as index card sized pieces of paper.
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Paper-thin -- 1/2 the thickness of normal index cards
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Quote from Legacy6452 :
Reviews indicate these aren't card stock, think of it as index card sized pieces of paper.
Thanks for this. I almost bought these but won't if they're thinner than standard. Just not as useful at a lighter paper weight.
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do you need to pay shipping if you sign up for a subscription?
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thick or not, with plastic index card holders, they'll still work fine for labeling totes/boxes.
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Meh. Still cheaper at Target at their everyday price. How the heck is this a Frontpage deal??
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How can you call them "cards" if they're paper?
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do you need to pay shipping if you sign up for a subscription?
No you don't
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Meh. Still cheaper at Target at their everyday price. How the heck is this a Frontpage deal??
Post covid "deals"
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