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Free Ream of Paper (After Rebate) at Staples

Staples has a deal until 1 October 2011 where you can get a free ream of paper after rebate.
You need the coupon at the link below:
http://ebm.e.staples.com/c/tag/hBOgXWeB7SHGCB8dqnbCYVmpxMh/doc.html

(It’s the coupon at the top, so just print page 1 if it is the only one you need.)
Take that coupon to Staples and get the paper, have the cashier scan the paper and your coupon, and then pay. When you get your receipt, it will have information on it that you will then come home and fill out online. (At least that is what happens where I live and for most folks, but a few stores maybe different if their system is not online yet.)

I’ve completed several rebate offers from Staples in the last year. They have always paid me, but it usually took about 6 weeks. Still, free is free and I always need paper to print coupons with! Just DO NOT forget to file your rebate. I have learned to do it as soon as I get home.

Mountain Dew-Save labels for T-Shirts & Hoodies

2 Liter Mountain Dew Bottle

You can save Mountain Dew labels for free t-shirts or hoodies. One form per item ordered.
My nephew LOVES Mountain Dew. He could drink two 2 liters of it a day if I didn’t keep them hidden.

In removing the labels to save, I’ve found it is best to cut the label about 2 inches to the right of the UPS and start pulling away from it. They put their UPC right by the glue strip. I doubt they will be picky enough for that to matter, but it also keeps the edges neater, so they are easier to fold up and store.

Here’s the form you need: Loot for Labels Form

When I see good PDF forms like this, I always go ahead and save or print them. Sometimes they will take them down before their expiration date. Having a copy stored on your computer or a hardcopy helps ensure you won’t be caught without a bunch of labels, and no form.

Some states do not even have to send labels -Details are on the form.

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