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Back-to-School Deals | Week of July 28 - August 3

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Every Monday, WeAreTeachers will bring you a comprehensive list of the best school supply deals at major nationwide chains sorted by store. We will also highlight our favorite finds. 

By shopping the best deals and loss leaders each week, you can slowly accumulate a big stash of school supplies before school starts without spending a bundle.

Top 5 Cheapies This Week
  • Toys R Us: Crayola Crayons (24ct) - 4/$1
  • Office Depot: Marble Composition Books - $.25 (Limit 3)
  • Staples: Slider Pencil Cases - $.01 (Limit 4) 
  • Staples: 2-Pocket Paper Folders - $.01 (Limit 10) 
  • Staples: School Glue (4oz) - $.01 (Limit 2) 
Here is a full list of inexpensive items sorted by individual store. Some of the office supply stores have per-item limits that vary depending on the item. Many locations will increase or waive limits for teachers. Check with a manager before you shop. Also, be sure to check your local ads before shopping. Occasionally there are regional differences.

:: OFFICE DEPOT

  • Office Depot Marble Composition Books - $.25 (Limit 3) 
  • Office Depot 6" Protractor - $.25 (Limit 3) 
  • Office Depot Acrylic 12" Ruler - $.25 (Limit 3) 
  • Schoolworks 5" Kids Stainless Steel Scissors - $.50 (Limit 3) 
  • Sharpie Single Permanent Markers - $.50 (Limit 10) 
  • Office Depot Brand Poly 2-Pocket Folders - $.50 (Limit 10) 
  • Fashion Poly Envelopes - $1 
  • Scholastic Glue Stick - $1 
  • Office Depot Magnetic Dry-Erase Eraser - $1 
  • Office Depot Tank Highlighter (5pk) - $1 
  • Personal Care Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap - $1 
See the full Office Depot ad this week.

:: OFFICEMAX

  • Sharpie Accents Highliters (4pk) - FREE with in-ad coupon (Limit 2)
  • Backpacks - $.01 after MaxPerks Rewards (Limit 2) 
  • Multipurpose Paper Ream - $.01 after MaxPerks Rewards (Limit 2) 
  • 1-Hole Punch - $.01 (Limit 2) 
  • Junior Blunt or Pointed Scissors - $.01 (Limit 2) 
  • Clear Zipper Binder Pocket - $.01 (Limit 5) 
  • Avery 5-Tab Dividers - $.50 (Limit 5) 
  • Glue Sticks (2pk) and Glue Bottle Combo Pack - $.50 (Limit 3) 
  • Schoolio 1-Subject Notebook (100sheets) - 2/$1 
  • Schoolio Binders (1.5") - $1 (Limit 5) 
  • Schoolio Poly Folders - $1 
  • Poly 70-sheet Notebooks - $1 
  • Mechanical Pencils (24pk) - $1 (Limit 3) 
  • Post It Notes Cubes - $1 (Limit 3) 
  • Mini Stapler - $1 Index Card Box - $1
  • 3-Hole Notebook Punch - $1 
  • 1-Subject Notebooks (100sheets) - $1 
  • 2-Pocket Folders with Fasteners or 4-Pocket Laminate - $1 
  • Powerhouse 1 Gallon Zipper Bags (15pk) or Quart Size (50ct) - $1 
  • Papermate Inkjoy 4-Color Pens (3pk) - $1 with in-ad coupon (Limit 2) 
 See the full OfficeMax ad this week.

:: STAPLES

  • Slider Pencil Cases - $.01 (Limit 4) 
  • 2-Pocket Paper Folders - $.01 (Limit 10) 
  • Staples School Glue (4oz) - $.01 (Limit 2) 
  • Staples Translucent Pencil Box - $.50 (Limit 2) 
  • BIC Wite-Out Quick Dry Correction Fluid (2pk) - $.50 (Limit 2) 
  • BIC Velocity Gel Pens (2pk) - $.50 (Limit 2) 
  • Paper Mate Sharpwriter (5pk) - $.50 (Limit 2) 
  • Protractor or Compass - $1 
  • Staples 1-Hole Punch - $1 
  • Poly Zipper Envelopes - $1 
  • Zebra Z-Grip Retractable Ballpoint Pens (7pk) - $1 
  • RoseArt colored pencils (12pk) - $.75 
  • Staples 3.5" x 5.25" Journals (2pk) - $1 
  • Staples Graph-Ruled Composition Book - $1 
  • Staples Wireless Notebook (80 sheets) - $1 
See the full Staples ad this week.

:: TARGET

  • Crayola Crayons (48ct) – $2 
  • Sharpie Highlighters (3pk) – $1 
  • Up & Up Pointed or Blunt Tip Scissors (2pk) – $1 
  • Up & Up Washable Markers (8ct) – $1 
  • Up & Up Watercolors (8ct) – $1 
  • Neon Permanent Marker (1ct) – $1 
  • Licensed or Fashion Notebooks – $2 
  • Up & Up Deluxe Durable Binder – $2 
  • Up & Up 7-pocket Plastic Expanding File Folder – $2.50 
  • Xhilaration Fashion Notebook – $2.50 
  • Bic Atlantis Pens (5ct) – $2.50 
  • Expo Dry Erase Markers (4ct) – $2.50 
  • Fashion Pencil Pouch – $2.50 
  • U.S.A Gold Pencils (24ct) – $3 
  • Elmer’s Disappearing Purple Glue Sticks – $3 
  • Up & Up 3-Subject Notebook – $3 
See the full Target ad this week.

:: TOYS R US

  • Crayola Crayons (24ct) - 4/$1
  • My First Crayola Art Smocks - $2
  • Crayola Kids' Paint (10pk) - $4
See the full Toys R Us ad this week.

:: WALMART

  • Crayola Washable Crayons (4ct) - $.25
  • Cra-Z-Art Crayons (24ct) - $.25
  • Paper Mate Pink Eraser (1ct) - $.25
  • Pencil Sharpener - $.25
  • Elmers Single Glue Sticks (1ct) - $.25
  • Paper Mate Ball Point Pens (4pk) - $.25
  • Wooden Ruler - $.25
  • Cra-Z-Art School Glue - $.34
  • No. 2 Yellow Pencils (8ct) - $.47
  • Index Cards (100ct) - $.48
  • Elmers Glue Sticks (2pk) - $.50
  • Elmers Glue (4 oz.) - $.50
  • Cra-Z-Art Markers (10ct) - $.50
  • Pink Erasers (2pk) - $.50
  • Crayola Crayons (24ct) - $.50
  • Fiskars Flexible Ruler - $.75
  • Bic WiteOut (1 Count) - $.97
  • Bic Crystal Pens (10ct) - $.97
  • Cra-Z-Art Washable Watercolors (8 Count) – $.97
  • Crayola Colored Pencils - $.97
  • Crayola Markers (10 count) - $.97
  • No 2. Yellow Pencils (20ct) - $.97
  • Paper Mate Ball Point Pens (10ct) - $.97
See the full Walmart ad this week.

Be sure you tune in every Monday for the best Back-to-School Deals and stock your classroom for less this year! Sign up for the Daily Deals email to get these deals and more in your mailbox each day.

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10/08/2013 01:53:28

I was trying to search if where could I buy some school supplies in a more cheaper ways. Luckily, I found this post that enables me to choose and calculate how much money should I need in order to buy my kids their school supplies. However, there are people out there whose having trouble in their budget, school year is fast approaching but with it comes the annual costly ritual of purchasing back to school supplies. However, according to many reports, employers are paying approximately the same as they did a year ago, even though costs continue to rise. But there are ways to shop that will keep you from going bust, if you do some homework and legwork. Resource for this article: for more info click here?
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