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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 Deals
Staples has a few good deals this week!  On top of the following deals, there is also a coupon for 15% off any purchase of $40+ (exp 4/28, excluding computers or tablets) that could make your next shopping run a lot sweeter.

Duracell Batteries AA or AAA, 20 pk. (limit 2)
-Free with Staples Rewards (exp 4/30)

Pentel e-sharp .5 mm Starter Set $5.99 (limit 1)
-$5.99 Staples Easy Rebate (exp 4/30)
(makes it Free)

Pop-up Desk Grip Dispenser $2.99 (limit 1)
-$1 off Scotch Pop-up tape Desk Grip dispenser printable
-$2.99 Staples Easy Rebate (exp 4/30)
(makes it Free + profit!!)

See all the details and get more in store coupons.

You will pay for all of these in the store and then get back a rebate check for easy rebate items that you can cash, and get rewards to use at Staples on a future visit for the batteries.

(thanks Amy!)

    • Ellie

      I've never been to a Staples. So, just to make sure, this rebate is something I can cash at a bank?

      • Candace

        No, it comes in a Staples Rewards check. You have to spend it at Staples. I used my last one on ink.

        • Evelyn

          The Easy Rebate check can be cashed, but the rewards must be spent at Staples in the store or online.

      • Bonnie

        The easy rebates come as a check in the mail that you can cash at the bank. The batteries are different – you get Staples Rewards – which you have to use at Staples and expire a couple months after you receive them if you forget to use it.

        • Bonnie

          With the Staples rewards, I use them to buy things that will get me more rewards, or things that will be free after Easy Rebate so I don't continue to pay more out of pocket.

          For example, I had $20 in rewards from the free batteries in December, so I'm using that voucher to buy more batteries this time. Then I'll get another reward for these batteries to use later on something else.

          • Flybaby

            I don't think you can “roll” Staples Rewards. You might want to ask before purchasing your batteries.

            • rs

              I've lost rewards because they have changed how they do rebates and rewards this year. You can no longer roll them. Don't make the mistake I unfortunately made!

          • Dee

            No, you can not “roll” rewards. The rewards you use will be counted as a “coupon” and the only rewards you will earn are those you have paid in cash. For example, if you buy 2 packs of batteries for $26, and use $20 in rewards, your rewards check you get back from the purchase will only be $6. Kinda sucks, yes, but I always pay cash for my “rewards back” items that was I get the full price back :)

          • jwg527

            Bonnie….be careful. I THOUGHT I was doing that at Christmas however they didn't issue rewards because I used rewards to pay for them.

    • Ms Satins_coupons

      Yes or if you do the rebate online you can use paypal and direct deposit.

    • Carolyn

      How much is the 20 pk of batteries?

      • Debbie

        I bought these items yesterday, before the 15% off coupon came in my e-mail today. The batteries regular price is $12.99, but my store had them on sale for $9.99 and then I had $1.50 manufacturer coupons from a newspaper insert, making them $8.49 each.

    • genxeratl

      In case anyone is in the market for a nw printer they will price match to online competitors if you call in to the 800 number. I found a great deal on a Lexmark inkjet. Staples has it for 129.99 and I got it down to $61.98 (including shipping and tax)! With a gift card i already have for $56 I'll pay $6 oop! Woohoo!

    • Sonya

      Office Depot has this same offer too!

    • Beth

      I can't find the 15% off $40 coupon….help?

    • Melissa

      So, the batteries you get the reward for which you can't take to the bank – that's the one you have to buy something else from staples to redeem it.
      The other two are the rebates which you can take to the bank and cash.

      • guest

        but when you get your rewards from the batteries in about a month then you can use the reward to purchase rebate items (remember school coming up) and then get a check back is the way it's been working for me

        • Dee

          Just remember, when you use rewards, they deduct it from any Easy rebates. Your Easy rebate is the cost of the rebate MINUS rewards and coupons used. That is how they did it when I used the combination of coupons and/or rewards. Always pay cash to get your full rebates or rewards :)

    • Thecouponpops

      I've done the Office Max and the Office Depot Rewards systems and liked Office Max better, mainly because it takes so long to get your rewards back from Office Depot. How fast is the Staples rewards program in getting you either your rewards to purchase items or, sounds like a check?

    • Cvsforjen

      Do I need to print something out for the batteries pencils or tape? Or do I just buy them & i get everything i need for the rebates & rewards? Sorry I'm confused.