Spiral Notebooks $0.25 each at Walmart

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Spiral Notebooks

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We have a HOT Back to School deal over at Walmart. Pick up these Spiral Notebooks for just $0.25 each with this Rollback deal. There’s a minimum of 2, but I’m sure you need more than that. Choose store pickup to avoid shipping charges, or if you have more shopping to do, get free shipping with a $35+ basket purchase. Here are the details:

Spiral Notebooks Deal – Happening at Walmart
Date(s) Running – While Supplies Last
Price – $0.25 each; Regularly $3 – 92% OFF
Shipping – Free with Store Pickup or $35+ purchase
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