Office Depot: 5 Free Pounds of Document Shredding
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I came across this coupon this morning and to be honest, I thought that it was quite boring and not worthy of a post on Hip2Save.com. As a result, I posted it on the Hip2Save Facebook page about an hour ago. After reading through all of the comments on Facebook, though, it seems that many of you are indeed excited about this coupon. So with that being said, I have now opted to post it on the site…
Head over here to print a coupon valid for 5 FREE pounds of Document Shredding at Office Depot (expires 1/28/12).
How can do I get this coupon to print for it all to fit on one page? It is only printing a section on the entire piece of paper. Thanks any and all!
When you select the print option, click the button that says “shrink to printable area”
I am worried about the language “must present this original coupon”. Is a print from th elink considered an original?
You can also find this coupon if you go to the Office Depot site directly. It was one of the banner ads that is constantly changing on the home page so you may have to click around a bit to find it. 😀
Thanks for posting this, we have a box of stuff that we were already going to take to get shredded so this is great!
5lbs of paper sure isn’t what I thought it would be but, the coupon still covered the old invoice from years [and years] ago that we needed shredded. 🙂 Thank you!!
PS. they allowed me to show the coupon from my phone without printing it. 🙂
Be sure to measure it out exactly. I attempted this and my box was over and it was going to be a $1 a pound for the excess
With some Office Depots charging as much as $2.00 to $3.00 per pound to shread, this savings isn’t boring. Especially with the rise of personal identity theft, in today’s tough economy as per the news; and many people having year end documents to shread.
Wish I had seen this earlier! DH and I have spent nearly the entire weekend shredding old paperwork and our shredder kept overheating!
Do they shred it while you are right there or is it drop and go? I just wonder with some personal info on my stuff??
can someone tell me how this works…do I take in a box that has 5 pounds of paper in it and leave it at Office Depot? Or, Do they shred it in front of you? do they give you the shredded paper or discard it? Thanks for any info!!!
So thrilled about this deal because I keep missing my cities free shredding day that occurs every other month.
Thank you so much for posting! 🙂
I shred 12 boxes of my personal documents that I collected for 60 years at Neighborhood Parcel and without breaking the bank, if you are lucky to live near Boston MA, I recommend that you go to Neighborhood Parcel website and book your shredding service here http://mypapershredding.com You will get their flat rate pricing plans