Staples Staples Friends + Family Event: Up to $100 Off Tech Purchases Until May 15 The Staples Friends + Family Event is Back!

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Here we go again – hop online and shop at Staples, where their Friends + Family Event is back and you can save up to $100.00 on tech purchases or 15% on non-tech items with new coupon codes.

  • 94306 – 15% off non-tech purchases of $40.00 or more
  • 94300 – $25.00 off tech purchases of $250.00 or more
  • 94298 – $50.00 off tech purchases of $500.00 or more
  • 94287 – $100.00 off tech purchases of $1000.00 or more

Simply configure an online order and enter the promo code at checkout to apply the discount. For reference, the code is applicable with a few rarely-discounted items like the new Gry Mattr + ergoCentric airCentric3 Chair and video game consoles, along with already-reduced items from this week's flyer.

There are some restrictions, as clearance, Bose, Cricut, Fitbit, downloadable software, services, business or custom-printing services, gift cards, phone cards, postage stamps, self-serve copying, charitable donations, electronics levies, environmental and third-party fees are excluded.

The Staples Friends + Family Event is effective online until May 15 and Staples offers free shipping with no minimum on all orders, along with free in-store/curbside pick-up with no minimum.

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    • No Staples deal is complete without this legend
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    • What non tech items are worth considering?
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    • What non tech items are worth considering?
      Not sure what you'd use, but got myself some arts and craft stuff that is on sale right now (colour pencils, pens, markers). The tombow dual brush markers are sub $2/marker for a pack after the 30% off + 15% off, decent price to give it a try.
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    • Thanks OP!

      I ordered a 12-pack of furnace filters and used the non-tech coupon. It works out to less than $5 per filter. I change them every month.

      https://www.staples.ca/search?query=duststop
      Is $5 per filter cheaper than Kirkland brand? Trying to remember how much those ones cost
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    • Is $5 per filter cheaper than Kirkland brand? Trying to remember how much those ones cost
      Do you mean these ones? https://www.costco.ca/kirkland-signatur ... 09191.html
      They are MERV 13 and the ones from Staples are MERV 8. I hope that your furnace recommends MERV 13 otherwise you are shortening it's life and increasing the cost of heating and cooling. I have an older furnace and MERV 8 is recommended for my model.

      https://www.coolray.com/help-guides/2-w ... nd-furnace
      Here's the problem: Some filters with a high MERV rating can drop air pressure in your duct system, which can increase energy bills and damage your HVAC system.

      For example, let's say you have a pleated filter that's 1-inch thick and has a 13 MERV rating. Because the filter is thin and the MERV is high, it reduces airflow into the duct system. And like we said before: low airflow = wasting energy. To make matters worse, this type of filter will reduce airflow even further once it gets dirty, which it will do very quickly.
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    • Non-Tech coupon does not appear to include printer cartridges - I only tried with my Canon ones though.
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    • Good time to get a paper shredder?
      Or CT/Costco is still better?
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    • What non tech items are worth considering?
      I think their basic mesh chairs are alright if you're of standard build or smaller but the prices have gone up I guess.
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    • Do you mean these ones? https://www.costco.ca/kirkland-signatur ... 09191.html
      They are MERV 13 and the ones from Staples are MERV 8. I hope that your furnace recommends MERV 13 otherwise you are shortening it's life and increasing the cost of heating and cooling. I have an older furnace and MERV 8 is recommended for my model.

      https://www.coolray.com/help-guides/2-w ... nd-furnace
      Here's the problem: Some filters with a high MERV rating can drop air pressure in your duct system, which can increase energy bills and damage your HVAC system.

      For example, let's say you have a pleated filter that's 1-inch thick and has a 13 MERV rating. Because the filter is thin and the MERV is high, it reduces airflow into the duct system. And like we said before: low airflow = wasting energy. To make matters worse, this type of filter will reduce airflow even further once it gets dirty, which it will do very quickly.
      I used those expensive 3M filters for years, thinking they were better. I had some issues with both cooling and heating and my HVAC guy told me to buy the cheaper less restrictive filters because the 3M filters restricted the airflow too much. Now i buy the much-cheaper merv 8 filters and have no regrets.
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    • Ordered some filters too as I'm down to my last one. Thanks!
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    • Looking at an ecotank printer.. they're around $400. Maybe RFD spoiled me, but $25 just isn't enough of a discount. I'll keep looking.
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    • Bought Apple Watch Series 6 in Red for $325 with coupon. Thanks OP!
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    • I wish stuff was actually in stock. Nonetheless thanks OP
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    • Not a bad price for a thin gaming laptop with an i7-12700H and an RTX 3070 Ti: MSI Vector GP66
      $2199+tax and in stock. Decently reviewed at PC Mag (albeit that one has a 12900H and 360Hz display vs the 240Hz here) and Techuda here. Definitely cheaper than anything from Alienware and Lenovo right now which are upwards of $3k for one with a 3070 Ti.
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    • Thanks. Also bought some furnace filters. Wasn't expecting that from this thread, but a great deal!
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