Ticonderoga 96-Count Pencils Only $10 on Amazon

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Head over to Amazon, Sam’s Club or Walmart.com where you can score these Ticonderoga Number 2 Pencils 96-Count for just $10.28 (regularly $16.79).

These would be great for classroom donations, as these pencils are always a teacher favorite!

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Check out this reader review…

These do work better. Far fewer broken points and sharpen better. Last longer. They are a teacher’s favorite. 🙂 It’s like generic ice cream. I’ll still eat it, but if Ben and Jerry is on sale… well, then!

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Comments 18

  1. Emily

    If you’re buying for your child’s school list, these are the ones most teachers prefer!

  2. Sourkisses

    Ae these pre sharpened?

    • Robin

      No, they’re not.

  3. peachcraze

    I got a bunch of these last year for school and at least have of them have the lead off center so they don’t sharpen right. Anyone else ever have this problem?

    • Julia

      Yes this has happened To me several times too. I think I’m going to get the pre-sharpened ones this year.

    • Jan

      Yes! I teach first grade and see a lot of pencils! I do not see the greatness of these pencils. I have seen lead off center. And one year the ticonderoga pencils had “loose tooth syndrome”. After being sharpened (manual and electric) the lead would break loose from the wood and the tips cracked. All year!! I’m guessing I have just gotten a lot of bad batches???

    • Claire

      I had this same problem! They were soft lead and a waste of my money!

  4. Sarab

    Has anyone heard if Amazon is doing Prime Day this year? I haven’t seen anything yet, but haven’t been looking that hard for it.

    • Jeanette

      Prime Day is going to be later this year due to the Pandemic. I’ve heard it may get pushed to September.

      • Sarab

        Thank you!

  5. Sourkisses

    I looked these are unsharpened…

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for the update!

  6. nira vara

    Who is writing now ? with all these online classes…

  7. franny5

    Teachers add these to your wishlists.

  8. Rn404

    What is the difference between pre sharpened and not??
    OAN this is good deal for this brand of pencils

    • MommySpendsLess

      For the younger grades where you contribute to the classroom stockpile it means the teacher doesn’t have to sit there the day before schools start sharpening 20+/- pencils. You know how it always takes a lot longer to get the initial point on a new pencil…
      Most elementary school supply lists that I have seen specify pre-sharpened pencils.
      If your child keeps their own supplies with them and you have good pencil sharpener at home, it probably doesn’t make much of a difference.

      • Carla

        So I just realized that this was a thing (the time consuming sharpening of pencils). The Teacher NEVER SAID A THING! Had my son’s teacher simply requested the pencils be pre sharpened, I would gladly have done it. I feel like teachers should add “please sharpen pencils prior to turning them in”

        • silverfanatic


          As a fellow teacher, I guarantee you that the teacher is so happy to have donations that it doesn’t matter. I just find a volunteer to do it in my classroom. There’s always one child who is dying to get up and do something. Haha!

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