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08/30/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Printing listing-presentation materials? Upgrading your office furniture? Before you make these or any other business-supplies purchase, here are two testimonials proving how it pays to use your Office Depot/OfficeMax TAR member discount card.

 

 

The Office Depot/OfficeMax member benefit is the best thing ever! I needed to print course materials for a CE class. The quote was almost $700, but after processing my savings, I paid just a little over $200 for the entire job! Another time, I needed to purchase a new chair for my desk. The one I selected was $389, plus I wanted a wooden floor mat to go under it, which was listed for $75. Instead of paying $464 for both, I paid $350 plus tax for both after my discount.

—Shelia Hargraves-Torres, association executive, Lufkin Association of REALTORS®

TAR member benefits have saved me so much money. The Office Depot/OfficeMax card alone saved me a ton on print jobs for my real estate office. I needed our policies and procedures manual printed, bound, and with a front and back cover. It would have cost more than $800 because of the size of these manuals, but with my TAR discount I paid a little over $200. That is true savings, and that is only one of many visits to OfficeMax I’ve made in the last couple of years. I save a large amount every time I walk in the doors.

—David Alan Cox, team leader, RE/MAX Dallas Suburbs Murphy Office

Find your Office Depot/OfficeMax discount card, plus information on dozens of other great benefits you get as a Texas REALTOR®, on texasrealestate.com.

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