Ticonderoga Pre-Sharpened Pencils 30-Count Only $5.99 on Amazon (Regularly $12)
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Kiddo running low on pencils? Amazon has you covered!
Head on over to Amazon or Target where you can score Ticonderoga Pre-Sharpened 30-Count Pencils for just $5.99 (regularly $12.30).
As another purchase option you can score the Ticonderoga Pre-Sharpened 18-Count Pencils for $2.99 from Amazon.
These highly rated pencils are pre-sharpened so you can use them right out of the package. They are non-toxic and feature a latex-free eraser. Grab an extra pack if your kiddo is running low, keep them for next year, or gift them to a teacher!
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There is also a box of 18 listed for these same pencils for $2.99, which makes them $0.1661 each rather than the $0.1996 each from the 30 count box. So in the long run it would be a better price to get several of the 18 count boxes instead of the 30 count box. Just thought I’d share
I just did the 18 count so each of my kids have their own and picked up more for each of their classrooms.
Thanks for sharing! Good to know!
As a teacher, I’m just going to add here that I sometimes get donations of pencils that aren’t very good pencils. Some pencils are very hard to sharpen, and I’ve found that Ticonderoga is a very good brand. Some very bad ones that I’ve had have come from the dollar stores. This is a great deal! Thanks for this post!
You’re welcome, Josie! Thanks a bunch for sharing your experience with us!