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$25 for a $40 Staples eGift Card 

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Staples' selection covers office supplies and beyond with furniture, break room essentials, and technology

About This Deal

Office workers don't like it when they're caught without certain things, such as printer ink, pens, or a vague idea of what their job entails. Be prepared with this Groupon.

$25 for a $40 Staples eGift Card

Customers must redeem their Groupon voucher online for a Staples eGift card. They can then use the card at any Staples location.

From technology and furniture to cleaning, break room, and safety supplies, Staples carries a vast array of items for sprucing up your workspace. Their large selection of office décor combines function and fashion, and their shipping services include packing, wrapping, and mailing products. Their inventory goes far beyond office supplies to include tools for all aspects of business.

Need To Know

Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must redeem Groupon voucher here for a Staples eGift Card, which can be used in any participating Staples store. Groupon voucher not accepted in-store. eGift Card never expires. eGift Card valid in-store only; eGift Card not valid at Staples.com. To find a store near you, click here. See Staples Terms & Conditions applicable to Staples eGift Cards here. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Staples

Staples US Retail supports lifelong achievement for small businesses and consumers with the products and resources they need for continued professional and personal growth. Their library of products covers everything from business cards and postcards to signs and banners, all of which aim to help market businesses more effectively. The normal library of office supplies and furniture, while the technology aisles feature more advanced gear: cameras, phones, label makers, tablets, and laptops from popular brands. With a focus on community and shared learning, Staples retail locations serve millions of customers from entrepreneurs and small businesses to parents, teachers and students.