Office Depot/OfficeMax Shoppers! Score a Whoppin’ 12 School Supplies for Only $1.60…

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Office DepotAs previously mentioned, Office Depot/Office Max stores are offering up some fantastic deals on school supplies this week with several different 10¢ deals available! SWEET!

Please note that you must make a $5 purchase in order to take advantage of the 10¢ items mentioned below – while supplies last and no rain checks.

Office Depot/OfficeMax

To get ya thinkin’, check out the deal idea below to see how you can score a whopping 12 School Supplies for possibly UNDER $2…

Office Depot/OfficeMax Deal Idea

Buy 3 Scholastic School Glue 4oz 10¢ each (limit 3)
Buy 3 Slider Pencil Boxes 10¢ each (limit 3)
= ONLY 60¢ for ALL SIX 10¢ items, then purchase the following to get up to the $5 amount needed for the 10¢ deals…
Buy 2 BIC Mechanical Pencils 24ct $1 each (limit 3)
Buy 2 Office Depot brand Poly Composition Notebooks 50¢ each (limit 3)
Buy 2 BIC Velocity Gel Pens 4ct $1 (limit 3)
Total = $5.60
OR – pay even less if you have the following insert coupons –
Use four $1/1 Bic Stationery Product coupons found in 8/21 SS
Or use two $1/2 Bic Stationery Products coupon found in 8/7 SS
Final Cost as low as $1.60 for EVERYTHING!

In addition to this deal idea above, did you see the other Office Depot/OfficeMax deal idea we cooked up here?!

Binder Trade-In PromoAND, Office Depot/OfficeMax is continuing to offer up $2 off any binder purchase when you bring in any brand of your old binder. I spotted binders on clearance for just $2 – which means if you trade in your old binder, your new binder would be FREE! Go here for all the details.

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  1. Meisha

    Sad to say my store refused my Bic coupons coz according to them those pens/pencils are already on sale. That’s why we coupon, we buy stuff that ARE already on sale + use coupons, right?

    • Savedbycoupons

      Stores make money on coupons. They are reimbursed the face value plus some, so you would think they would want us to use them….

    • Lois

      The Office Max/Office Depot stores are supposed to be taking those coupons, and it does end up being free with the current sale. Our local store takes them, a manager just has to do an override of the system like they would for any other manufacturer coupon. I would say try the store again. If they refuse, either talk to the store manager or contact their customer service.

  2. alekstrombly

    Mine will not allow coupons either.

  3. Savedbycoupons

    I had the same experience this morning. Price matched at Staples and got a better deal.

  4. Andrea

    One office max near me I have no issues using coupons and another gives me such a hard time. It’s quite frustrating I went this am and dealt with 3 diff people who had not a clue what was going on. The manager was so rude to me about using coupons and then wouldn’t let me get the 10 cent items bc my total was under $5 after using coupons.

    • Liz Ob

      As much as I love couponing I don’t like spending so much time in order to get a deal. After 10 minutes at the register I say we’ll I’ve been talking to you for 10 minutes now I’d like to get on with my day. And if I’m still there 5 minutes later I say we’ll now I’ve been here 15 minutes can we please finish upso i can leave and so on until I walk out. I’ve had to tell the manager at a different store ma’am I want to go home, you and I are not going to agree so please finish with the total so I can pay. PLEASE! Lol. It’s all still fun though just need to get past the cranky people. 😋

  5. Laura v

    My store was out of the BIC pencils but I still scored a great deal on the BIC ATLANTIC pens and the BIC VELOCITY pens for .50 each after sales and coupons!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh good!

  6. Amy

    That’s an awesome deal on the pencils but mine was out, as usual. It’s such a bummer our local on never has the good sales in stock!

  7. Jenny G

    No luck using coupons for me either. I thought the cashier was making up the rule. I hesitate going to Staples because last week the cashier didn’t want to take my coupons because the item was going to be free.

  8. K South

    Time to stock up on school glue for making Gak! Such a fun project for birthday parties. Gak recipes can be found on pinterest. (I use 2 4 oz bottles of glue, Borax, water and food coloring)

  9. Erika

    Same here they did not accept my coupons either. Called the C.S she said it’s already sale that’s why we don’t accept coupons. She also said she got a multiple calls already from customer asking why they don’t accept coupon. Anyways got a better deal from walgreens lol

  10. Sam

    I’m always discouraged to score these deals because it seems like my office max runs out of these items way too quickly and then I’ve just wasted a trip to the store. I wish they would purchase more of these sale items.

  11. Nikki

    My Office Depot accepted my coupons, but since the coupons took my transaction below $5, the pencil cases and glue went back up. :/ Maybe it was how they took care of the coupons, they couldn’t scan them in.

  12. nmazzatenta

    The Office Depot by my house accepted by coupons, but it was a long ordeal. The cashier was not sure how to take care of them and another associate came to the rescue. I am not sure if it was how they rang the coupons up, but since they took my transaction below $5, I couldn’t get the 10 cents deals. :/

  13. Shelby

    This whole thing about the item being on sale so they won’t take a coupon is ridiculous. They get reimbursed for the money. It doesn’t effect their bottom line at all.

  14. Angela Schrager

    My store wouldn’t take coupons on amy of the sale items – only full priced ones. I overheard a man there telling his young son yo focus on what he needed and put it in his basket. He said “ignore those sale prices, just get what you need”!!!! I’m still recovering from the shock of hearing this!! Is that the way to bring up a child? SHOCKING!!😲

  15. Caitlin

    On the flyer it says Sharpie marker five packs are $1, but beware of the fine print. That is after mail in rebate. You will pay $5.69/pack in store and hope you jump through all the hoops to get that rebate. Last week’s deal of 12 packs for $3 was a hair more expensive but worth it for the lack of hassle.

  16. CJ

    I’ve really not stocfked up on supplies this year because of all the problems I have been reading about people having at these office supply stores (items being out of stock, not price matching, and not accepting manuf. coupons). It’s sad that we have to jump through so many hoops. I love couponing, but not when you’re made to feel like you are doing something wrong.

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