Today ends my Back to School week and my first day with kids is Monday. Are any of you in Back to School mode yet, too?
Lucky for us, OfficeMax has set up a bunch of awesome opportunities for us to snag some supplies on the cheap.
To help teachers stock up and save on much-needed supplies, OfficeMax is hosting its special, three-day Teacher Appreciation Days events where teachers receive 25% off their purchase of hundreds of essential classroom supplies, exclusive coupons and other great values, increased purchase limits just for teachers and a free reusable tote. To participate, teachers can join OfficeMax’s MaxPerks Rewards for Teachers program at no charge either in-store or online at officemaxperks.com.
OfficeMax is hosting its annual A Day Made Better In-Store School Supply Drive where community members can donate much-needed supplies for local teachers. OfficeMax associates will donate the collected supplies to local schools on during the annual A Day Made Better events in which OfficeMax associates surprise 1,000 teachers in their classrooms with a total of $1 million worth of OfficeMax-donated school supplies.
Learn more about A Day Made Better at www.adaymadebetter.com.
- Teacher Value Bundle includes 100 B&W copies, 1 poster (18” x 24”), 3 feet of lamination and 50 business/event cards for $19.99 ($60 value)
- Teacher Premium Bundle includes 50 color copies, 2 posters (18” x 24”), 3 feet of lamination, 50 business/event cards and a teacher planner for $29.99 ($100 value)
I’ve teamed up with OfficeMax to giveaway a package of school supplies worth $150!
I got this entire box in the mail and was so excited! First off, there is a pencil sharpener that is ah.ma.zing. The pencils are so sharp! It’s relatively quiet for an electric sharpener, and it’s really lightweight. In love already.
New scissors are a must every year. I hate nothing more than dull scissors that you have to squeeze together to get them to cut. Annoying!
Gel pens, pencils, and pretty highlighters. How can you go wrong?
Paper clips and binder clips. The paper clips have plastic coating on them, so I actually really like them. Regular paper clips rust over time here, so the plastic coated ones are kind of a necessity!
Big pack of Post-its. Nuf said.
$50 OfficeMax gift card. I definitely plan to take advantage of the deals and buy as much ink as I can!
The nice people at OfficeMax are also giving away one of these packages to one of my followers! Enter from the Rafflecopter below! Giveaway ends on Friday!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Disclaimer: I received the school supplies and gift card mentioned in this post from OfficeMax in order to facilitate my review. The items featured in this giveaway are also provided by OfficeMax and will be sent to the winner directly. Opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own. I have not been compensated for this post in any other way.