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The holidays can be messy. And hectic. And the last thing I want to do is lug around more bulky items than I have to. So just in time for the holidays Staples is offering up to 50 percent off ‘cleaning and breakroom essentials’ – including paper products.
Some of the best deals were easily accessible behind the SHOP NOW button.
There are several things I like about shopping at staples.com. First, the Staples Rewards program is free to join, and members get free shipping on everything in addition to up to 5% back in rewards. In order to get the full 5% back, you need to spend over $1,000 annually. I am only a base member that gets 2% back since I have spent less than $500 annually on qualifying products.
The next thing I like is using my Chase Ink Plus Business card to earn 5x the points by making purchases on the first $50,000 spent in combined purchases at office supply stores and on cellular phone, landline, internet and cable TV services. The combined $50,000 limit sounds like a lot of spend, but then again, I end up purchasing a lot of these at staples.com as well.
I also like Staples because they randomly e-mail you coupons good in-store or on-line. Sometimes they have a minimum purchase, other times it’s just a coupon with no restrictions. I happened to have a $5 coupon sitting in my account, and I applied it to my purchase of paper products. My awesome order, with free delivery, ended up looking like this:
I’m not even going to be home to make a mess for the holidays, so I decided to ship this little order to my mom, who will be having guests for the holidays. Consider saving time and saving money this holiday season by doing as much on-line shopping as you can.
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