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aarzi
12/18/12 3:23 PM
Thanks.
I recall reading a post from one of the know-its on one of these threads about some offer being the same "next week". More than that, I do not remember. I don't even remember if "next week" referred to the last, and this; or this and the next. The only thing I remember distinctly is that it affected me. Maybe it was the photo paper?
mathfaster
12/18/12 3:31 PM
aarzi said:   

Thanks.
I recall reading a post from one of the know-its on one of these threads about some offer being the same "next week". More than that, I do not remember. I don't even remember if "next week" referred to the last, and this; or this and the next. The only thing I remember distinctly is that it affected me. Maybe it was the photo paper?

Photo paper is limit 2 and offer goes from 12/16 to 12/29. Staples copy select paper is limit 4 and offer is good from 12/16 to 12/25. This offer is for multi-purpose paper only not the copy select. Thus there is no overlap between any of the offers. One can just put "paper" in the keyword search in the rebate center and bring up all the offers for the last few weeks and their effective dates except for this offer for which they decided to hide. This offer for multi-purpose ream paper is good through 12/22.
aarzi
12/18/12 3:36 PM
So the photo paper. Okay, thanks!
Thrilla
12/18/12 5:14 PM
MISTERCHEAP said:   

deshwasi said:   

this is good for reward cashout, correct?



Correct!



It's good for reward cash out, but you'll lose the opportunity to earn 10% ($0.70) Staples Rewards on paper if you do. The plus side is that you won't have to pay sales tax on the paper if you use the rewards to pay.
MISTERCHEAP
12/18/12 5:25 PM
Thrilla said:   

MISTERCHEAP said:   

deshwasi said:   

this is good for reward cashout, correct?



Correct!



It's good for reward cash out, but you'll lose the opportunity to earn 10% ($0.70) Staples Rewards on paper if you do. The plus side is that you won't have to pay sales tax on the paper if you use the rewards to pay.



based on 8% sales tax (.56), only a loss of .14 net. I'd say if you have rewards to burn, especially if they are expiring soon, to just burn them.
Thrilla
12/18/12 5:37 PM
MISTERCHEAP said:   

Thrilla said:   

MISTERCHEAP said:   

deshwasi said:   

this is good for reward cashout, correct?



Correct!



It's good for reward cash out, but you'll lose the opportunity to earn 10% ($0.70) Staples Rewards on paper if you do. The plus side is that you won't have to pay sales tax on the paper if you use the rewards to pay.



based on 8% sales tax (.56), only a loss of .14 net. I'd say if you have rewards to burn, especially if they are expiring soon, to just burn them.



Yeah, I agree. Everyone has a different situation, so it's better to be fully aware of the facts since tax rates can range from 0% to over 10%. I've got nearly $1k in Staples gift cards and live near a Staples w/ 3.5% sales tax rate, so I'll probably whittle those down until I'm getting close to the rewards expiration in May 2013.
mathfaster
12/18/12 6:15 PM
DanoMcGarret
12/18/12 7:14 PM
mathfaster said:   

aarzi said:   

Thanks.
I recall reading a post from one of the know-its on one of these threads about some offer being the same "next week". More than that, I do not remember. I don't even remember if "next week" referred to the last, and this; or this and the next. The only thing I remember distinctly is that it affected me. Maybe it was the photo paper?

Photo paper is limit 2 and offer goes from 12/16 to 12/29. Staples copy select paper is limit 4 and offer is good from 12/16 to 12/25. This offer is for multi-purpose paper only not the copy select. Thus there is no overlap between any of the offers. One can just put "paper" in the keyword search in the rebate center and bring up all the offers for the last few weeks and their effective dates except for this offer for which they decided to hide. This offer for multi-purpose ream paper is good through 12/22.

Math - you've swapped the dates on the rebates - Photo paper $14.99 rebate is valid 12-16-2012 through 12-25-2012, limit 2. Copy Paper Select $3.00 rebate is valid 12-16-2012 through 12-29-2012, limit 4.

Dano
mathfaster
12/18/12 7:21 PM
DanoMcGarret said:   

..Math - you've swapped the dates on the rebates - Photo paper $14.99 rebate is valid 12-16-2012 through 12-25-2012, limit 2. Copy Paper Select $3.00 rebate is valid 12-16-2012 through 12-29-2012, limit 4.

Dano

Yes, you are correct. I did swap them. Thanks for the correction.
VivYip
12/19/12 12:25 PM
mathfaster said:   

Rebate for the multi-purpose ream paper: https://www.stapleseasyrebates.com/staples/promodetail.do?CODE=1...



for those who are unsure even after clicking on mathfaster's link:

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