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Staples: FREE Copy Paper (After Easy Rebate) + More

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Head on over to the Staples.com Coupon page to print a few new in-store coupons, valid through 12/7! You can use one of the coupons to score FREE copy paper…

Staples 8.5″x11″ Multipurpose Paper
Submit for the FREE after Easy Rebate with the coupon found here
Final cost FREE!

Keep in mind – Staples Easy Rebates are just that, easy! Go on over here to read more about them. Basically you’ll be able to submit all your info online. You won’t even have to mail anything in– the best part in my opinion! You’ll receive your rebate/rebates within 4-6 weeks after submitting them.

Here are a few more coupon highlights:

*10% off any one item (exclusions apply)
*$10 off a technology accessory purchase of $40 or more (exclusions apply) *50% off all Pilot G2 Pens
*20% off any one Cleaning and Breakroom item

+ more coupons here!

(Thanks, Freebies for a Cause!)

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8 Hip Readers Commented

  • cal says:

    What is the limit?

  • Youna Kimi says:

    for the free paper the coupon says one per customer, but for the easy rebate it doesnt have a limitation.

    • John says:

      Not correct…For this week’s Multipurpose Paper Ream Rebate [12/1-12/7], there is a limit of 4 rebates per name/address/household.

  • Karen says:

    So……went to submit EasyRebate PayPal no longer an option? Anyone else?

    • John says:

      As of 11/25, rebate payment options were changed to prepaid cards for rebates over $10 and postcard checks for rebates under $10. PayPal is no longer offered.

      • Karen says:

        Thanks……disappointing. I liked PayPal :(
        Oddly my rebate for this was $14, but I didn’t see an offer for a prepaid card? (There was previously a toggle button to switch between PayPal and check?)
        When I live chatted with Staples, their only response was that not all rebates allow PayPal.
        Very confusing :(

        • Karen says:

          Must be because the individual rebate is for $3.50……not that the total was $14. ($3.50 x 4)

          • John says:

            Correct…The rebate payment option is based on the individual rebate offer and not the total items purchased. I haven’t seen PayPal as an option since they changed things at the end of November.

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