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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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At Staples today and tomorrow ONLY, you can grab a FREE 10 Ream Case of Paper after Staples Rewards & Coupon. The coupon is only valid in stores through 9/8, so don’t miss out.  There is a limit of 2 cases per household.

To get this deal:

1.  Buy the Staples Multipurpose Paper for $48.99
2. Use this coupon for -$9.99 of Staples Paper.

You’ll pay $39.99
Get back $39.99 in Staples Rewards!

That makes it FREE!!

If you aren’t in need of any paper, you could always donate it and just use the Staples Rewards for what you do need.

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    • Sydranicole

      Is Staples Rewards like CVS bucks? So you pay $39.99 at the register and they give you $39.99 in money as a coupon type thing?

      • Maggie

        You sign up for a Rewards account. Then apply online for your rebate. They give you all of the info with your receipt. Faster and easier than mailing. You get a check (sheet of paper) that you can use to buy things at Staples, like ink, etc. I recycle my ink at Staples, so I am always getting rebate money. So far, I’ve gotten more than $70 this year, just from recycling my old cartridges. And I get great discounts on ink, too.

      • MW

        Yes, it’s similar.  But with CVS, you can use the CVS bucks to get new items that give you new CVS bucks without any adverse effects, but with Staples Rewards (SR), if you use SR to pay for new items that’s supposed to give you new SR, you will only get the portion of the new SR with money you paid out of your pocket, not the portion that you paid with your old SR.  For example, if you have $10 SR and bought a new item that’s supposed to give you $30 SR, you will only get $20 SR that you paid with ‘real’ money, not the $10 portion that you paid with your old $10 SR.
        On a positive note, you can use the SR to buy new items with EZ rebates and basically convert your SR into cash/real money.  For example, if you have the same $10 SR and bought and item for $10 with a $10 EZ rebate, you could use that old $10 SR to buy the item, submit the EZ rebate online (very easy, no need to mail anything) and get a check for $10 that you can deposit into your account (or you can get PayPal).  So basically, you took Staples money and converted it to real money.

        • MW

          BTW, with OfficeMax, you can use old rewards to pay for items with new rewards without getting dinged.  However, there is no way to ‘cash out’ the OfficeMax rewards, ever.  It’s great for rolling ‘forever’ but it’s kinda like a snowball — the amount of OfficeMax rewards just keeps gettting bigger and bigger as you add just a little bit more of your money in order to get the $50 minimum for the free shipment each time. At least that’s how it is for me because I don’t have a store close by.
          My other problem is when there are new ‘free’ items before my rewards from the previous month is available.  Should I put in new money to get the new deals, or wait until the rewards are available to see what I can get at that time?  This is true for both Staples and OfficeMax though.
          So depending on your needs, one may be better than the other…Good luck to us all ;-)
          Sorry for the rambling…HTH someone somewhere.

    • Cristina

      if you don’t need anything at staples it’s not really a great deal. If you buy something at staples tjat costs less somewhere else, then it’s still only a good deal if you need the paper, right? Or am I missing something?

      • Ginger

        No, you’re right. I struggle with this with Office Max deals as well. So, if you don’t need the paper, the question you want to ask yourself is, is there anything that I buy regularly at Staples which I can use the rewards on, or anything that is cheaper there than at other stores. In the past, I would use my Staples rewards on the big cans of coffee they have, which were cheaper than at my regular grocery. Or I would use them on Staples brand packing tape for my home business. Sometimes arts supplies for my daughter, which are often cheaper there than at other nearby stores. Right now, I’ve switched over to Office Max with the plan of having enough rewards by Thanksgiving to purchase a badly-needed new laptop. But really, only you can decide whether it’s a good deal for you, because all of our situations are different. Good luck! :)

        • mindy

          i like max perks from office max better.  I’ve been rolling the reward money every other month with  no problem.

      • Soberkitty

        Well if it’s free and you don’t need it there is the better option of giving it as a donation which is what I do a lot!

      • Soberkitty

        Well if it’s free and you don’t need it there is the better option of giving it as a donation which is what I do a lot!

    • Jennifer

      How does the Staples Rewards work??

    • Ed In Ncarolina

      Staples Rewards go on your account each month, then you can print them and use them. Not like CVS where they print and can be used immediately. And if you use the rewards to buy something else which is giving rewards, you will not get the new rewards issued. Lets say you use $10 rewards to buy something paying a $30 reward – you will only get a $20 reward.

      • ab

        You can get rewards via Paypal now, so you can spend them on whatever. :)

        • Lucy2778

          You cannot get rewards on PayPal, only Rebates, which is different.

          • Ed In Ncarolina

             Yes, StaplesEasyRebates are the best out there. Enter your receipt info online as soon as you buy something and choose check or PayPal – nothing to mail. (You CAN use your Rewards to buy items giving a rebate).

          • Ed In Ncarolina

             Yes, StaplesEasyRebates are the best out there. Enter your receipt info online as soon as you buy something and choose check or PayPal – nothing to mail. (You CAN use your Rewards to buy items giving a rebate).

    • Jtbmc

      Going to get mine tomorrow!

    • Jtbmc

      Going to get mine tomorrow!

    • Kleirer1

      How much out of pocket would this be for the two cases?

    • Cglancaster05

      I love the staples rewards. I have a ton of ink recycling from my business. I trade 10 in a month for $2 rewards value each. I then buy products that are free after rebate. It’s like rolling the rewards back over to cash. I am actually going to use these rewards for a new office chair for my house. The one I have is in desperate need of replacing. 

    • KEB2009

      just a heads up, you can use the rewards online to get gift cards like itunes, chilis, kohls, outback, etc. just search for gift cards to see them all.

      • Kathymomto3

        Didn’t know that… THANKS for sharing this info!

      • mommypie

         Thanks for the info! Is there a $2 fee to get a gift card? Can you buy the gift cards in the store?

        • KEB2009

           yeah it seems since last quarter they have added a $1.99 charge on top of the cards. afaik you can not buy the GC’s in store, just online.

    • Sosorozo

      I have a $5 off a $25 purchase coupon. I “found” after I logged on my staples account for the very first time. Can I use this coupon on this deal?