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Back-to-school shopping can be an enormous hassle. Consider the lists: Four wide-ruled notebooks that aren’t too wide, four sharpened pencils and three that aren’t, nine blue folders that must be royal blue but not light blue or navy blue, glow-in-the-dark markers, and a pencil box that’s no larger or smaller than 10”x5”x2.”

Going to the store to hunt down these items is like solving a panic room (mostly due to the anxiety the list gives you).

Perhaps that’s why DoorDash is unveiling its first-ever back-to-school hub. In an effort to help parents save time and money, the site lists all the back-to-school deals you could want in one spot. Featured stores include Staples, Office Depot, and Big Lots, among others. Simply have your school supplies delivered to your door on the same day.

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Right now, DoorDash users can get up to 30% off school supply orders (plus a 50% off deal at Staples) through August 13. These are some of the standout deals:

  • 20% off orders $20+, up to $15 off at Staples with code SCHOOL23, plus $20 off orders $40+ at Staples from August 7 - August 13
  • 30% off orders $35+, up to $15 off at Walgreens with code BACKTOSCHOOL30 
  • 20% off orders $20+, up to $15 off at Office Depot with code SCHOOL23
  • 20% off orders $20+, up to $15 off at DICK’s Sporting Goods with code SCHOOL23
  • 20% off orders $20+, up to $15 off at Big Lots with code SCHOOL23

Last-minute school supplies are available September 4 through September 10 at 30% off orders $35 and up, and up to $15 off at Dollar General.

Keep checking DoorDash for more back-to-school deals throughout the month. Bonus: You can use all that extra time you're saving to do something fun on these last few days of summer break instead of battling crowds for the last pack of highlighters. 

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