If you’re a teacher, you can no longer increase your purchase quantity to 25. If you’re enrolled in the Teacher Rewards Program, you will get 100% back in Staples Rewards instead. Items will be charged at regular retail price and the price eligible for Rewards is the amount paid at checkout after all promotions, discounts, coupons are applied.
Keep in mind that you can price match your Staples ad at Walmart and Target if you’d rather do that.
Parents of homeschoolers can make their child’s ID card HERE – free to print, among many other places.
If you aren’t signed up with Staples Rewards, you can do that HERE. In addition to deals like these, you’ll get 10% back in Staples Rewards on ALL ink & toner, case and ream paper and Copy & Print purchases. You can also earn 10% back on qualifying purchases when you earn at least $10 in Rewards in a calendar quarter! These are some really great benefits for things we use all the time!
Deets: Staples Rewards cannot be redeemed for or applied against cash, taxes, credit remittance, delivery charges, custom printing orders, promotional products, gift cards, phone cards, postage stamps or prior purchases. Purchase eligible for Rewards is the amount paid at checkout after all promotions, coupons or Rewards redemption. Therefore, if you want the full $12.99, don’t use any coupons or Rewards.
Rewards are issued monthly when the value is at least $10. They expire no less than 60 days after they’re issued. Monthly balances under $20 roll to the next month until the minimum is met. If it is not met by the end of the quarter, the amount expires. Limit one Staples Reward account per person or mailing address.
You may have noticed that sale items vary by location, so please verify that these sales are consistent with your ad and that the prices are valid for your area before you shop.
Final note: Some stores take coupons, some don’t, so make sure you check into that before you shop as well.
You can submit your Easy Rebate Information HERE.
And now the match-ups….