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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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Staples Paper

With school back in session, FREE paper from Staples comes with excellent timing!

Present this FREE Staples Multipurpose Paper Ream coupon with your purchase and a rebate will print with your receipt.  Offer expires 10/1.

You will be able to submit your Easy Rebate online or by mail.

(This is also perfect timing for all the new printable coupons that will come out this weekend!!!)

 

    • laura

      Do you have to buy something or can you just get the ream of paper?

      • You can just buy the ream (since you’ll have to pay for it and then submit the rebate).

    • Anonymous

      I haven’t done an easy rebate before that prints due to giving them a coupon, but…I have found with my regular rebates that when they say they will rebate you “up to” a certain amount, they mean just that…You are not guaranteed anything!  You could receive the full amount, or they could just give you 1 cent…:(

    • SaverDana

      Do you have to buy TWO reams?  The coupon says … ” Scan all products in the order, including both reams of Staples Multipurpose Paper (#513099).”  If so, the rebate only applies to one ream — which puts it at the same price as paper at WalMart.

      • laura

        I’m not seeing where it says TWO reams?!

    • Chris

      FYI – they have a better deal, I think, on case paper.  If you buy the case at $47.99 you get $38 back in Staples Rewards for use later (which if you buy this week before 10/1 you’ll get it about the middle of next month usually).  So you get 10 reams for 9.99 plus tax – an excellent deal!  And there’s nothing special for you to do to get the Rewards except be a Rewards member.  Plus, if you have enough Rewards bucks to use you could get the whole case of paper for free in the end.  I would buy it myself if I didn’t already have a case and a half here.

      • Tisha

        Plus there is a $10 off $50 purchase at Recyclebank.  But something little for a couple of bucks, use the coupon, get back the rewards, and its basically free.  I did that for my daugher’s preschool teacher.

        • Chris

          I forgot about that – I used that this past weekend with that extra $5 off 25 Q they had out too.  Plus if you got those 50% off Staples giftcards that were available a little while ago that’s even better!

    • sunset

      Does staples have any good coupons out right now? I need to buy a task chair & was wanting to save a few $. Also, where’s the cheapest place to buy a wireless laser printer? I have a Brother laser printer I really like but I’d like to buy a wireless printer.

      • Chris

        There’s a Recyclebank Q for $10 off 50 plus Staples recently had an “extra $5 off 25” Q you could stack.  If you took advantage of that Staples 50% off giftcard deal not that long ago you could have some real savings.  Not to mention recycling your ink cartridges for Staples Rewards.

        And why replace the whole printer when you could just add an adapter to it so it either plugs into your home network or adds a wireless network adapter to the printer.  There are lots of options out there that are much more cost effective than just replacing the whole printer.

        • sunset

          Where is the $5 off $25 Q? Didn’t know you could make your printer wireless. I’ll ask about it when I go to Staples. Thanks!

          • Chris

            It was in last week’s ad and you could print it online (Jenny had a post about it).  It’s gone now but they do them regularly so I would just keep an eye out.

        • christy

          i would like to know more about the adapter idea to avoid getting a knew printer? thanks so much for your time and patience explaining:! Also do you know where to get this “wireless network adapter” for the printer at a great price?

          • Chris

            There are several manufacturers out there that make adapters to turn a regular USB printer into a network printer (both wired and wireless).  If you already have a wireless router or access point then the cheaper option is to just add a wired adapter to the printer and plug it into the router (effectively making it wireless because it’s on the network then and you can print to it from your other wireless devices like laptops and tablets).  The two big manufacturers for the consumer version of these devices are Netgear and Linksys (which is really Cisco).  I personally prefer Netgear because they have AWESOME support and a great warranty.

            I would suggest making a visit to your local computer supply store (not Staples – they’re too expensive usually for stuff like that) like Best Buy (a little expensive), MicroCenter, Frys, or the like.  Or if you don’t have a big computer dealer near you go online to some place like Newegg or Tiger Direct – you can, in fact, call them and get assistance with purchasing the right product for you and your setup at home.  Pick a Netgear product and the instructions are really easy – plus they have 24/7 support if you still need help with setup.

            HTH!  Good luck!

    • Rentrav

      Really didn’t have the time to get this today since we are going oot tomorrow.  But I  REALLY needed paper (I was almost out!) So I gave myself a pep talk…”You are going out anyways.  You WILL have to buy it next week.  You might as well get it while it is FREE!”  So, DONE!  LOL :-)