Neat Shopping Deals Chart

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  1. JustMe

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    Wow, I see Band posted the same thing just before I did...that's funny. Please feel free to close this thread. :)
     
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    LOL! I just saw this thread and thought, "Hey, didn't I just do that?" :)
     
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    Looks good, but my ad has 17 cent spirals at walmart and its not on the chart.
     
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    Yeah, I am sure it's not "the Bible" on deals...a good starting point, though.
     
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    The deals are all regional. Also, it isn't taking into account the "criteria." For example, at Staples you need to pay full price up front and receive the discount amount in store credit. Thanks for sharing though.
     
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    Right. Just thought it was neat...some people are serious about saving! :)

    I mainly looked at the Crayola things which aligned to what I've seen.
     
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    On this chart I found the 2 pocket folders I've been waiting on (for a sale) for 13¢ each at Walgreens. Yay!
     
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    Wow...that is some serious shopping preparation!
     
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    FYI, they are worse than terrible quality. Paper-towel thin cardboard. I only found two in the store and didn't buy any...
     
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    Office Depot has folders for 10¢ this week (and sharpeners). They also allow teachers a limit of 30.
     
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    That's only true if you are getting more than the limit for your classroom.
     
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    Thank you!!!
     
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    Have you guys seen plastic folders with brads for less than 50 cents? I want to use those since I think they might hold up better than the paper ones, but haven't seen them less than 50 cents where I can buy enough for all 60 of my kids.
     

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