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February 15, 2013
January 9, 2013
1. Cable drops: wrangle all your various cables with this great set of cable drops at an amazing price. Get 6 for $10
2. Bit & Bobs tray: sleek little tray to hold miscellaneous items. I think I need one for my office and one for my bedroom
3. Inbox in Pool Blue: keep my mail neat AND organized
4. Never run around looking for a pen again - grab this bright, sleek pen holder
5. Colorblocking is on trend and this cool, collapsible storage box can hold a variety of items to keep your space neat and organized
6. Stacks of papers are never cute. These hanging file folders can keep your drawer functional all year long
August 6, 2012
To the chagrin of students and joy of parents; back-to-school is just around the corner! Now is the time to take stock and begin the familiar back to school gear up.
Here are a few ideas to create a meaningful and memorable start to the school year. Begin by addressing Bullying once and for all with the Bully Free Pledge Magnet and make sure every student signs one. The magnets stick around all year and will be a reminder to stand up against bullying.
With Bullying addressed, it is time to inspire, and what better way than to remind students of the great things they can accomplish in life! The Future Leaders of America Class Roster Ruler is printed with your entire class roster along with images of every President of the USA. It's a keepsake that will long be remembered and prized by the children who receive them.
Finally, as you set out to tackle another school year ensure your kids are geared up with Personalized Pencils (89¢ per set of 3) and Teachers are stocked with a bundle of Custom Pens. In school there are plenty of distractions, make sure finding their pencil isn't one of them.
Now for the good stuff! Shop now at For Teachers Only and enjoy 7% cash back plus FREE shipping with your order. Use promo code EBATES01 at checkout and save! Hurry, offer expires 8/31/12.
Now for the good stuff! Shop now at For Teachers Only and enjoy 7% cash back plus FREE shipping with your order. Use promo code EBATES01 at checkout and save! Hurry, offer expires 8/31/12.
*THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Winners will be contacted via email. Thank you for entering*
For a chance to win one of three Back-to-School supply kits valued at $150 from For Teachers Only, leave a comment about your favorite back-to-school memory!
April 13, 2012
February 25, 2010
Aside from the obvious tax prep, there are other benefits of shopping this week's stores. Small business owners will love shopping home office furniture at Target and saving 15% plus free shipping on orders over $125. And for those who have already received their refunds, Macy's is a one-stop shop for everything Spring. Ladies will get free shipping on clothing orders over $75 with code FIRSTLOOK, and fellas can use the same code to save 20% off shoe orders over $75. If office supplies are what you need, Staples offers everything from coffee to binders, but since this is tax time, you may want to check out their tax center. You'll find helpful tips on tax prep, not to mention plenty of savings on the latest in tax software. So whether you're shopping for Spring sandals, or trying to get the most deductions, do it with Ebates and enjoy double cash back!
Shop Tax and Office Week before it ends!
February 20, 2010
Now offering 4.0% Cash Back, Staples is a one-stop shop for tax preparation. They carry tax software by trusted names like Quicken, H&R Block, as well as Turbo Tax. For those with questions regarding tax preparation, Staples makes getting help easy with their "Ask A Tax Expert" program. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned pro, everyone could use a little help during this hectic time of year. As an added bonus, Staples offers Free Shipping on all orders over $50. Now that I've given you the rundown on getting cash back, free shipping, and tax advice, it's time to get on to more fun things, like shopping for Spring!
Get ahead with Tax and Business Week.
February 17, 2010
But the savings don't end at just business and office offerings. The increased cash back applies to all of your purchases at Target. So while I am shopping for my tax software and new filing cabinet (always save your pay stubs!) I can get more cash back on my health and beauty essentials, home cleaning supplies, home decor, clothing, and accessories. I plan on stockpiling this genius makeup tool from one of my favorite brands and resident Target collaborator Sonia Kashuk. This blending sponge is the perfect applicator for under eye concealer, foundation, and cream blush. It applies the product with the perfect amount of coverage and it is also precise. For just $9.99 (other versions sell for upwards of $25), it is worth having one for the home and one for on the go, whenever you may need the perfect touch up. Now when the Target box arrives, I will at least have something exciting to look forward to!
Shop at all of our Business and Office Stores and find something extra for yourself with increased cash back!
February 7, 2010
Check out our Finance category will you will discover tax services available with cash back from H&R Block, Free Tax USA, and more. Or, if you would like to do it yourself, pick up some helpful tax software from all the big names and make it as easy as ever to file.
Shop all the top tax software at the best stores with cash back in our Business and Office category.
August 30, 2009
Until now. Sharpie recently introduced The Sharpie Pen. Everything you love about the Sharpie name, in a small fine-tipped pen that won't bleed through your paper. I sit. I swoon. If you're a constant writer (like myself) or a doodler, this pen could be the best thing that's happened to you since the moleskine notebook. Check one out and earn extra cash back from OfficeMax during our Back to School sale!
For a limited time, get 4% Cash Back at OfficeMax!
July 30, 2009
How might OfficeMax coupons be good for your soul? Myriad ways, my friend! They've got a host of ergonomic chairs and workstations to keep you comfortable, massive hard drives to give you a piece of mind when storing your files, and enough toner to keep you printing well into the next millennium. Why not stop worrying about your office supplies, and let OfficeMax give you that piece of mind you've been looking for?
Or you could just go out and buy something huge. That's what OfficeMax coupons are for, right?
July 13, 2009
Currently, we have Office Depot coupons for 40% off Office Depot's online clearance sale, and a grand coupon for $30 off all purchases $150 or more! Imagine the amount of money you can save on all your business necessities with 2% Cash Back and $30 off your big purchases? With Ebates and Office Depot, saving money on all your office supplies becomes a sort of work of art!
But don't let the saving stop there! Shop at any one of Ebates' 1100+ merchants to save money and earn cash back at online retailers!
July 1, 2009
Whether it's a banner, poster, business card, or T-shirt, first impressions are the ones that truly matter. Why entrust your earnings to some newbie down at the local copy shop? VistaPrint's been printing signs, cards, and other stuff for years, and offer some of the most competitive rates you can find on the internet. And when you use VistaPrint Coupons and get your cash back, you'll know you're getting the sweetest deal on something you can't usually buy: a great first impression.
Save with cash back and coupons at Ebates today!
June 10, 2009
For instance, take this Quill coupon that will help you save up to 30% on select snacks and beverages at Quill. Pair that deal with 2% Cash Back at Quill through Ebates, you are looking at a hefty savings for all your needs.
If you have a store loyalty, see if your favorite office supply store is in our Business & Office Category.
May 19, 2009
Like death and taxes, stationery, computers, and filing cabinets are all essential parts of any businessman (or woman)'s life. So why not get cash back to go along with them? Whether you're buying for yourself or for the big million-dollar company you work for, Ebates is here to help you save as much as possible with our free coupons. With 2% Cash Back in your pocket just for using Ebates and Staples coupons, there's never a bad deal to be had!
If you're ready to save big on all your office essentials, head on over to our online retailers page and snag some Staples Coupons - it's time for some sales!
May 8, 2009
Office Max has all the great goodies you'd find at other top-notch stores like Staples and Office Depot, but with a emphasis on technology (and cash back) that simply can't be beat. Why, you can get 25% off digital cameras with our Office Max coupons, and new deals to be found every day!
Go ahead! Get to shopping! Grab your coupons and Ebates cash back and start your office supply savings today.
January 11, 2009
A not-too-long time ago in a kingdom resembling a major California city famous for being located on a Bay, a dashing young prince bought a cheap-as-can be DVD player. See, back at the castle, the prince's enchanted TV was not really all that enchanted, so it didn't make sense for the prince to spend his already meager finances on a high-end DVD player, so he got the most basic "all I can do is play movies" kind of DVD player he could find. This DVD player also came with a cursed remote. Apparently the dark wizard who assembled this remote was evil and sadistic, so he possessed it with an evil demon. In the first six months in which the dashing prince owned this DVD player, the cursed remote began acting funny.
Unfortunately, since this was a bottom-of-line DVD player, it did not come with Ye Olde Factory Warranty.
Alarmed at the prospect of facing a future where all he could do was turn the machine on or off, eject discs, and hit either play or stop, the dashing prince decided to take matters into his own hands. He suited up in his armor, opened up the cursed remote, and prepared to do battle. Apparently the evil demon which possessed the remote had caused the battery to leak, which lead to a breakage in the battery tab on the circuit board of the remote. Upon even further inspection, the evil demon had also detached an enchanted capacitor from it's spot on the motherboard.
Undeterred, the dashing prince took up his trusty soldering gun and tried to repair the evils done upon the poor land of RemoteControlia. Some time later, the prince emerged victorious. The bewitched remote control had been restored, the dark wizard had been thwarted, and the demon from inside the remote had been exorcised. He went to celebrate with a tall glass of mead, a leg of mutton, and the boxed set of The Simpsons - Season Nine.
Long story short: soldering irons are fantastic if you have a general concept of circuitry and electronics, but should only be used by those who know how. Remember that opening up consumer electronics will void warranties, and you also have that nagging ever-present threat of electrocution which has a nasty side effect known as death.
Still, if you know what you're doing and have the space to work, a soldering iron will pay dividends. For just $30, you can be repairing all your electronics with minor issues, mending broken wires, and wreaking general havoc. While there are very high end soldering sets out there, I have always been most comfortable with the traditional soldering gun, and recommend it as a safe and controlled starting point. Not only will you save money on electronics you can repair instead of replace (the green choice as well, might I add) you will also get 2% cash back when you use your Ebates account (the choice to save some green).
January 8, 2009
So check it all out for yourself now. It's the perfect time to take advantage of post-holiday sales combined with increased cash back. That was easy!
November 2, 2008
Sometimes working at Ebates gives you an insider advantage. We find out about deals in advance, we have experts on all sorts of topics when it comes to online shopping, and we get tipped off on all sorts of cool and exciting merchants that might otherwise get overlooked. Today it is my pleasure as an Ebates expert to tip you all off on PrintRunner.com.
Their premise is not unlike similar sites: they will do custom-ordered printouts, notepads, magnets, door hangers, business cards, and any number of other jobs. Where they set themselves apart is in turnaround time and in discounts. They offer 11% cash back through Ebates and have a number of various coupons and specials that help you save even more money.
I encourage you to check them out -- just a reminder: holiday card season is just around the corner, and this is the perfect place to get your cards made or get a custom calendar put together as a keepsake for a family member. They also like our users so much that they are willing to offer a 5% discount on any order for Ebates customers with coupon code EBATESPRINT through the end of the year.
Shop soon, these great deals won't last!
August 21, 2008
Despite working in the technology field, I still am a sucker for a good pen. So after checking out a number of tech-based products to discuss for this afternoon's blog and finding nothing that particularly struck my fancy, I took a brief time out and re-evaluated my subject. I thought to myself "If I could get any single product on Ebates right now, what would I want?" Suddenly, like a bolt out of the blue, it came to me: I want a really nice pen. I'm not talking one of those inky gel pens that everyone has at the office these days, I am talking about an old school, classy, well-proportioned pen. Looking at the mug filled with pens that sits on my desk day in and day out, I have mostly freebie pens with some business name on the side. They work well in the most utilitarian of ways, but they lack that extra something. I am looking for the pen that will help me write the next great American novel. I'm looking for the pen that will make my co-workers say "Wow, this guy means business" when they see it sticking out of my pocket. I'm looking for a pen that people will have think twice about before they ask to borrow it.
Ladies and gentlemen, I have found that pen. Its name is the Apogee Black Star Lacquer Ball-Point Pen.
From the first name in pens, A.T. Cross, this pen is quite simply everything a pen should be. It's built sturdily, has the subtle accents that will evidence your good taste in writing implements, and produces a steady flow of ink that almost begs you to write. It also meets my most test of a pen: it is incredibly well-balanced. This is the type of pen that turns you from a scribbler to a writer. It's the type of pen that makes even my horrendous handwriting just a tad more legible. Why? Because that's what this pen deserves. I realize that the price is steep, and I am being a little silly in my reviewing of this pen, but I'll be serious for a moment and reassure you that this is one of the finest pens that you can get; it makes a great gift, and it is something that, given to the right person, would really mean a lot. You do also get 6% back through your Ebates account which helps soften the blow to your wallet ever so slightly.
If you have issues spending that much money on a pen, Cross has a "Special Offers" page on their site which has a couple of Apogee pens at 50% off. Or, if you want to pair your pen with something, Cross also has their Large Signature Notebook for a mere $16. Any writer will tell you, a pen is useless without something to write in, and this cloth-covered notebook containing 100 acid-free pages is the ideal pairing for your new Apogee pen.
October 17, 2007
In an e-society like ours, it's hard to imagine life without a computer. Like many Americans, you might work at a desk for more than eight hours a day, then while away your evenings responding to email (or shopping through Ebates). It's not hard to believe, then, how stressful these activities can be on your body! Going ergonomic takes some getting used to, but there are lots of available tools that make the process a whole lot easier. Try substituting your desk chair for an exercise ball (red and purple are the preferred colors of Ebates staffers) or simply invest in a new, ergonomic keyboard. From Ebates' Top Picks Newsletter:
While an ergonomic keyboard will certianly relieve pain in your wrists, it might just strain another key area: your wallet! Don't bust your budget on $200 ergonomic keyboards when, for just $29.99, you can have the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. Engineered to reduce hand and wrist stress, this state of the art keyboard reduces your risk of carpal tunnel injuries caused by long term computer use. Score a refurbished one for only $29.99, or spend $46.99 for a brand new model. You can't go wrong- this keyboard has a five star rating on ConsumerReview.com!
March 27, 2007
Ebates users, what would we be without you? To show our appreciation for your support (and shopping habits), we are giving Double Cash Back at Staples for today only!
You may be thinking, "Ebates gives Double Cash Back every Tuesday. What's so special about today?". Truth is, we don't usually double the Cash Back at two office supply stores just a few weeks apart (Office Depot was the featured merchant on February 27th). You did, however, show such a huge response on February 27th, that we decided to go ahead and double the Cash Back at Staples today! Enjoy!
Check out the Staples coupons page on Ebates so you can save even more!
February 27, 2007
Today only, earn 4% Cash Back at Office Depot! Office managers, this is a great opportunity to get more mileage out of your monthly expenses. Think about it this way: let's say you have one thousand dollars to spend at Office Depot on office supplies. If you earn 4% Cash Back after spending to your limit, you will have forty dollars to put toward next month's expenses. Better yet, use your Cash Back for something fun like better coffee, sodas for the kitchen or even an office party!
To stretch that budget even more, use coupons! One of the most popular coupons on Ebates happens to come from Office Depot. If you spend $150, you get a $30 rebate! (Be sure to read the fine print; some purchases don't qualify.) Plus, get free shipping on most orders over $50.
August 3, 2006
Hey! What's YOUR Best Deal Ever? Keep sending 'em in!!
I'd like to tell you about Mike and his Best Deal Ever on Ebates. Mike is a videographer in San Francisco who produces hundreds of DVD's on any given week. Not one to slack on presentation, he prints a custom label on each DVD.
When I told him about Ebates, he scoffed and said, "I already get the lowest prices at Inkgrabber. I don't care about this Ebay- I mean Rebates- I mean..."
"Listen, Mike," I butted in. "You don't understand. I know you're getting an ok deal on your ink already, but you should really look at Ebates. You get Cash Back!" Mike, unconvinced, returned to his editing (syncing "YMCA" to overserved, arrhythmic groomsmen isn't easy).
"Actually," Mike explained, "I got them on Ebates!" Intrigued, I listened as Mike went on to explain his Best Deal Ever:
- First, Mike went to Inkgrabber for a Combo Pack of his regular ink (a generic type that's good for fliers and DVD printing). At Inkgrabber, he normally paid $6.42 per cartridge for a pack of 7.
- Then, he went to 4inkjets.com through Ebates, and found the same ink for $5.71 per cartridge for a pack of 14.
- Next, Mike visited the Coupons and Specials page on Ebates and found a 10% off coupon for 4inkjets.com! This brings down his cost to $5.14 per cartridge.
- On top of the already lower price PLUS the 10% off coupon, Ebates gave Mike 17% Cash Back at 4inkjets.com! That brought his cost per cartridge down to $4.27!
- Oh, and to top it all off, he got Free Shipping!
Let's review: Mike used to pay $6.42 for each cartridge, but through Ebates he pays $4.27! He got a total of $12.24 Cash Back just for buying his regular ink! Suffice it to say, Mike is now a loyal Ebates shopper and can buy ink, live in the Bay Area and still afford to feed his cat.
Special tip from Mike: "Generic ink can save you a ton of money and is perfect for most printing needs, like flyers, letters and even photos. If you require precise color accuracy in your prints, stick with name-brand inks. If you can handle a little variation in color (most people would only notice the difference from a side-by-side comparison of prints), then save with generics!"
July 10, 2006
Do they buy a new iPod for those rather languid afternoons in their deeply discounted luxury hotel suite in St.Germain des Pres?
I'll let you in on a little secret.
They all go to Office Depot.
Yes, you read correctly. I know it doesn't sound as thrilling as a whirlwind holiday to Berlin for $673 or a browse through the Louvre, but goshdarnit! Ebates users love some good old-fashioned office supplies! Especially those that get them a $30 discount when they spend at least $150. It's one of the most popular coupons on Ebates, and for good reason: Office Depot sells tons of practical items that you probably use every day!
First, make sure you read the fine print on the $30-off deal, because there are a few things that you cannot buy at a discount, like computers, cameras and printers. There are plenty of other cool items, however, that'll get you big savings.
For instance, everyone needs ink cartridges, right? Those things can get kind of expensive. If you're not planning on leaving the printer/scanner/FAX-using population any time soon, you might want to consider stocking up. For some models, getting $30 off is like getting an entire cartridge for free! And you don't have to do anything but click "Add To Cart" to get it!
Remember to start at Ebates to get your Cash Back!