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Free after rewards office supplies at Office Max!

Posted November 9, 2010

Check out all these free after rewards office supplies at Office Max including permanent markers, dry erase pens, ballpoint pens and mailing laser labels! These deals are only available online and you have to have a MaxPerks reward card to get the rebates. Click the link in the box to see the rewards and to join MaxPerks.

Here are the free after rebate items:

Sharpie Chisel Tip Permanent Markers 12 pack, $10.39, limit 3

Paper Mate Write Bros. Recycled Stick Ballpoint Pens Blue or Black 12 pack,  $2.29, limit 3

Expo Click Retractable Low Odor Fine Tip Dry Erase Markers Black 3 pack,  $5.79, limit 3

Expo Click Retractable Low Odor Fine Tip Dry Erase Markers Assorted 3 pack,  $4.99, limit 3

ONE DAY ONLY - Valid Tuesday November 9: Avery Easy Peel white mailing laser labels, 1 x 2-5/8, 3000 count, $26.99, limit 2


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 10, 2010

    Good to know, betteroff. Thanks for sharing your experience.

    Thanks for the HS'ing info, RCC.

  • betteroff Nov 10, 2010

    FYI - be careful about when you purchase certain products online for Bonus Rewards. I got in on the Free Kodak Printer deal back in September. According to OfficeMax Customer Service, there were so many orders that the computer system kicked alot of the orders out and they had to rekey them and reapply the Bonus rewards. My rewards did not get applied until after the cutoff date for the last quarter. I now have to wait until January 20th to receive rewards from September. Could have been good Christmas money.

  • Oxymoron02 Nov 10, 2010

    FWIW, homeschoolers in NC are legally registered with the state as schools, required to give their school a proper name and everything. :)

    Eligibility for teacher rewards for homeschoolers varies by company, but the way the NC law is makes it much easier for homeschoolers here than other states to argue eligibility. I think Borders Teacher Rewards program is very clear in it's inclusion of homeschoolers, but I'm not familiar with OfficeMax's policy.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 9, 2010

    I believe it is only for business or teachers. Sorry - should have mentioned that.

  • figuluspuella Nov 9, 2010

    Is there a regular MaxPerks or just one for businesses and one for teachers?