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Promoted 06-10-2015 by yuugotserved at 10:26 AM View Original Post
Office Depot has $120 Home Depot or Lowe's eGift Cards for $105 when you follow the instructions below. Thanks icudruln
  1. Click here and add 8x $15 gift cards to cart
  2. In cart, apply $15 off coupon code FREE15ODOMX24
  3. Proceed to checkout - total should be $105 with free shipping

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Edited June 9, 2015 at 10:42 AM by mlacey3
Saw this in my email, looks like it works...

Office Depot/Office Max is doing a promo till 6/13 if you buy $100 worth of goods, they give you a $15 ecard to Lowes or Home Depot.

I added 8 - $15 gift cards, seen here: http://www.officedepot.com/a/prod...1000581699

and my total came to $105 after using coupon code: FREE15ODOMX24 . (so buy 7, get one free)

Just short of 15% off, so worth posting IMHO.
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I decided not to do this, but I wanted share helpful information. I just chatted with OD, and the agent said they were aware of the issue and that they would automatically refund the wrongly charged tax. I double checked with him, and he said we don't even need to do anything. That they'd issue refunds on all these orders with wrong tax (not sure how they do that, but that's what he said).



** update 6/9 ** all the fussing about taxes have been fixed. you can now buy $120 worth of GC's for $105.

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Quote from icudruln View Post :
Saw this in my email, looks like it works...

Office Depot/Office Max is doing a promo till 6/13 if you buy $100 worth of goods, they give you a $15 ecard to Lowes or Home Depot.

I added 8 - $15 gift cards, seen here: http://www.officedepot.com/a/prod...1000581699

and my total came to $105 after using coupon code: FREE15ODOMX24 . (so buy 7, get one free)

Just short of 15% off, so worth posting IMHO.
I'm pretty sure they charge you tax on these "Promo" cards. I didn't go all the way through checkout, but I saw $9.16 tax in my cart.

So ~$6 savings over Face Value.

You can get the tax refunded by contacting them, but just a heads up.
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I'm pretty sure they charge you tax on these "Promo" cards. I didn't go all the way through checkout, but I saw $9.16 tax in my cart.

So ~$6 savings over Face Value.

You can get the tax refunded by contacting them, but just a heads up.
Yea, definitely getting $7.09 added tax on mine. Not as good of a deal considering the hassle of needing to contact them to get tax refunded...
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I wonder how many people will purchase without realizing sales tax shouldn't be applied and get double taxed on these. Shame shame shame.
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Sales tax?
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Thanks OP!!

I returned a wedding present and have been stuck with a 150 dollar office depot gift card. This is prefect as I turned it into something I can actually use.
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Yea, definitely getting $7.09 added tax on mine. Not as good of a deal considering the hassle of needing to contact them to get tax refunded...
how/ when would you contact them? is there a limit? this could be away to use the 3000 chase ink requirements
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Quote from TDMVP73 View Post :
I'm pretty sure they charge you tax on these "Promo" cards. I didn't go all the way through checkout, but I saw $9.16 tax in my cart.

So ~$6 savings over Face Value.

You can get the tax refunded by contacting them, but just a heads up.
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Yea, definitely getting $7.09 added tax on mine. Not as good of a deal considering the hassle of needing to contact them to get tax refunded...
thanks for pointing that out.

if i can save $15 by sending one email, i'll hop on that any day of the week.
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no expiration, but what about fees? and do we have to pick home depot or lowes at some point, or is it some sort of combo gc that works at both?
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Taxes kill this deal. Thanks, but it's not worth contacting them to get an adjustment. Plus the 20-30 business days for delivery is also a deal breaker.
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Quote from icudruln View Post :
thanks for pointing that out.

if i can save $15 by sending one email, i'll hop on that any day of the week.
I did a similar deal about a year ago.

Here is the e-mail I had on file:
Code:
taxrefund@officedepot.com
Also, here is the Sales Tax Exemption [officedepot.com] form for Educational Institutions.

On there, there is another e-mail:
Code:
TaxExemption@officedepot.com
There are also a phone # at the bottom for the Sales Tax Exemption Department:
1-800-848-8100

Obviously, I wouldn't call until you have the gift cards in your hand and they are shipped. It is all electronic redemption and these are fulfilled by a third-party. You are not supposed to be able to order more than 1 per order. Please do not chat/call them about this. They will change the website so that you can only order 1 Promo Card.
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Just spent some time on chat with them thinking it might be an easy way to contact them and boy was I wrong. Spent the last 25 minutes trying to explain that I am not tax exempt, but to pay taxes on a gift card means I'd be paying them twice, and them just repeating I have to place the order and send an email on to taxexemption@officedepot.com along with my tax exemption documentation and they will refund it. After getting as much from him as I could, he stated they don't actually need the documentation, but just an email with the order number. Hopefully this helps ease the process for everyone.
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Last edited by yahwehfreak June 8, 2015 at 06:53 AM.
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Seems like a good deal to me... not sure why someone would have TD it? Maybe because office max is charging tax on something they probably shouldn't have? I've seen so many people on slickdeals go through a LOT more in order to save $15 so this seems pretty minor of an effort to me. Thanks OP!
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