Staples Canada: Spend $50 Or More In-store And Receive $10 Sears Gift Card

Staples Canada: Spend $50 Or More In-store And Receive $10 Sears Gift Card

Staples Canada has an awesome deal on right now, in-store only.  Spend $50 or more before taxes,  and receive a $10 gift card for Sears Canada.

I was shopping in Staples on Friday and I was blown away by the sales on school and office items.  Not only did the sales prices surprise me, when I went to the cash to pay, I was informed that I was eligible to receive a $10 gift card for Sears, because my purchase was over $50.  I very quickly informed everyone I knew.

I picked up some of the 80 page one-subject coil notebooks, that were only $0.15 each.  I also got some of the Canada exercise books, 4 pack - 32 pages each,  that were $0.99 and now in-store only $0.25, limit of 6 per family.

The sales on pens and pencils was amazing.  I picked up the package of comfort mate ballpoint pens for $3.98, 50% off.   There was also a great deal for Noris club pencil crayons, $5.95 for a pack of 24 and that included $2 off a 10 pack of economy friendly Wopex pencils when bought in store.  They even had their Sharpie permanent markers-5 pack on sale for $2.49, that’s 50% off regular price.

The reason that I actually went in was to look at the M310 wireless mouse on sale for $17.43.  They were all quite nice and I ended up getting the crimson ribbon.  They did have a few different designs and colours, but that suited me best.

I can’t list everything they have on sale, but I can tell you that it’s worth going and on top of the savings, a $10 gift card for further savings at Sears Canada.

(Expiry: 8th September 2012 or while supplies last)


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  • Cindy C.
    I went to Staples and made a $50 + purchase and received a $10 gift card for the Sears 'your back to school problem solved' promotion. I in turn placed an order at sears and upon picking up my order i presented this card and then asked for my purchase to be charged to my credit card. The attendant would not accept the gift card -stating that she could not charge my credit card if i was using my gift card???? This made no sense to me, but i took the gift card back and charged my purchase to my credit card. I then was told to contact sears to correct this problem. I misplaced this card but have since found it, but since there was an expiry date on this card it is no longer usable. What can be done as i am now out the $10.00 I am able to produce my purchase on my credit card as proof that i did in fact go to sears within the time frame. Please email me at **** THank you Cindy ****
    • Anna W.
      Hi Cindy - you will have to contact Sears, we're just a blog that wrote about the offer!