Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Staples: $1 Copy Paper & Photo Paper!

Staples is offering up two great rebates! Buy Hammermill Copy Plus Paper (500 pages) priced at $4.99 and get back a $3.99 Easy rebate (limit 2 rebates per household). This makes the cost of the paper ONLY $1... perfect for all the coupons we print off!

You can also buy Staples Photo Supreme Paper (50 pk) for $12.98 and get an $11.98 Easy Rebate (limit 2 per household). Final cost ONLY $1 too!

Staples Easy Rebates are just that, easy! Go on over here to read more about them. Basically you'll be able to submit all your info online. You won't even have to mail anything in! That's the best part in my opinion. You'll receive your rebates within 4-6 weeks after submitting them!

(Thanks, Shelly!)

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Anonymous said...

Can you buy say, 10 packages and have it count as 1 rebate? Or is it just one package per rebate?

Anonymous said...

You could buy 10 packages, but when you register online it will only give you a rebate for two.

Mary Beth said...

When I just looked up my local flyer (Upstate NY), the Hammermill paper is $3.99 w/a $3.99 rebate, for FREE paper.

BTW, in case anyone wonders beside me, I was hoping that this deal was available online, too, to bulk up another order for free shipping. Alas, in store only.

For anyone who uses A LOT of paper, they also are advertising a 10-ream case of paper for $35.99 and get a $20 Staples gift card back (by mail). Also in store only.

Unknown said...

I know this might sound silly but I submitted an easy rebate for paper a few weeks ago and they were supposed to send me a check. I received this weird post card looking check. Does anyone know if this can be used like a regular check and just cashed at the bank or is it a check that can only be used at staples?

Kim said...

There was a 20% off coupon on the Office Max flyer in the Sunday paper that can be used at Staples since they accept competitor's coupons.

cjs said...

Hi Rachel - I received several checks like that from rebates before - they do look weird because they don't come in an envelope. I believe it is a regular check you take to the bank. I would take it to them & ask them to be sure. Hope this helps. -C.

Jennifer said...

Yes, the postcard looking checks are real. I deposit my rebate checks all the time. I'm super happy about all the paper rebates too!

I am curious though, I considered buying a second set of two for my DH with his work address. Would that work or do you have to have two different Staples reward cards?