I’ve never hidden my love of office supplies. And a few weeks back, I gushed over the new Martha Stewart line at Staples.
This week, I’m going to tell you to head in because there are all sorts of things you can snag for free. And though it’s an office supply store, there are things that can be very useful for home.
All deals include a mail in rebate, which is super easy to file and the check normally arrives in a few weeks.
Here’s what’s available.
- HP Everyday photo paper (50 pack)â€”Through Wednesday, limit two per household. This is great for printing off those shots of the kids on your cell phone or on Facebook.
- Reams of pastel paper. AGain, through Wednesday and a limit of two per household. I love this paper for everything from school projects to birthday party invitations.
- Reams of plain printer paper.Â Limit two per household.
- Duracell batteries (16-pack, AA or AAA). The purchase price comes back to you in the form of Staples Rewards, which means you won’t get a physical check, but you will get a coupon to use at Staples worth the price of the batteries ($12.99, limit 2 per customer).
- Titanium Antivirus SoftwareÂ (1 PC). You’ll pay $35 and can submit an easy rebate request for the full $35.
- McAfee Antivirus Plus Software (1 PC). This will cost you $30 at the register, and this rebate must be mailed into McAfee, so I can’t vouch for how long it will take to get your check. But it will make the product free.
- 64-pack of Crayola crayons, $3
- a variety of pens and pencils starting as low as $1
- 4-pack of masking tape, $4
- 3-pack of Scotch shipping tape, $3
- 10-pack of Post-its, $5
- 25-packs of pull-n-seal envelopes, $1