If you have some Back to School shopping to do and you want to get it all done at one location then check out Office Depot. My kiddos have a big age difference so their school supply lists are very different in terms of the type of items they need. However, I know that when I go to Office Depot I can get everything we need at one store all at once. Which is a huge plus for this mom because I hate going from store to store with all the kids.
We got all these items at Office Depot and trust me there is a lot more to choose from. Office Depot has over 9,000 items in their back to school section. With key brands like Sharpie, Post-It, Elmer’s, and their own Office Depot brand, they have everything you might need to get your kiddos prepared for the new school year.
This week (through 8/5) in store only you can get 1 cent filler paper! Simply make a purchase of $5 or more to receive office depot filler paper. Limit of 3. See here for all the details.
For everything from school supplies, to backpacks, to tech Office Depot has it all. It’s our one-stop shop for school shopping every year. They have great deals online too if you would rather skip the store and shop online.
Get your School Shopping Done Today:
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Now through 8/5 use code 72427929 (in store) & 81434845 (online) for 30% off $30 qualifying purhase
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