Stock Up Price on Angel Soft Bath Tissue $.16 a Roll!

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Staples is having a great deal on Angel Soft Bath Tissue!  Combine it with the 15% off in-ad coupon, and the $1.00/1 coupon from to make an incredibly fab stock-up price!

Toilet Paper Deal at Staples 2


 Angel Soft Big Rolls bath tissue, 2 ply, 24 pack –  $7.99
Use 15% off your entire cleaning and break room purchase (Staples in-ad coupon)
Stack with $1.00 off one package of Angel Soft Bath Tissue
Final Price:  $5.79
Big rolls are 1.5 times the size of a reg roll, so it’s like $0.16 per single roll!

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  • cody

    anyone tried this one yet? sounds like an amazing deal! the office max coupon specifically states ‘Each item purchased can only be discounted by one coupon’ so are we able to use the 15% off store coupon and the $1 off manufacturer coupon?

    • Cathy of Fabulessly Frugal

      Are you meaning the Staples coupon? Some readers were discussing it on facebook and said that the wording is referring to the fact that you can’t use other Staples coupons. So you’re basically just stacking a store and a manufacturer coupon. 🙂

  • Amber H.

    I am confused by this. I have called our local Staples stores before and they do not accept manufacturer coupons. How are you able to use these?

  • heather

    I just got back from staples and they took both the store coupon and the manufacturers coupon without any problem.

  • Allison

    Can you print the 15% off coupon?

  • Heather

    If you look under deals on their web site you can find all their coupons. I printed the 15% off coupon from there so its available there if you don’t have the ad.

  • Tishara

    My staples do not except manufacturer coupons

  • Patti

    Thanks for posting this!! On my way to Staples.

  • martha

    Did this deal yesterday. The Stapes store DID take the q. There were none on the shelf. There were two full cases on the top shelf and they were extremely helpful in getting them down. Great deal!

  • Nancy D

    Maybe I’m misunderstanding. Rolls vary dramatically in length of roll and size of sheets. So it’s confusing to say that so much cost per roll is a good price when the sizes vary so greatly. Something I’ve followed is the actual sq feet in the entire pkg. if that is equal to the cost of the pkg it’s a good deal. As in a 500 sq ft total pkg that costs $5.00. Does that sound familiar to anyone else. When I see deals posted I get frustrated because I don’t know the actual sq footage of the entire package to compare to the price to see if it IS a good deal. Some people have their favorites and will know what a good price point for their specific brand is however. Any ideas or advice?

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