Office Supplies FAQ
Questions and Answers:Many people consider the local Office Depot or Staples store the only place to stock up on office supplies. Today, purchasing office supplies for your large or small business online provides more options than ever before. Whether buying in bulk or purchasing single items, the online market has options for everyone. How does the online office supply market work versus the conventional store? InfoFAQ has compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions when purchasing office supplies for your home or business online.
Frequently Asked Questions About Office Supplies Online
What kinds of office supplies are available online?Virtually any kind of office supply you could ever need are now for sale online from a large number of retailers.
Can I get ink jet cartridges for less on the internet?Yes you can really find ink jet cartridges online for a lot less than you would pay at your local office supply store. Most often these are used cartridges that have been refilled but work as well as a new one. Try searching on ebay.com for ink jet cartridges.
Are the big retailers like Staples the best online sources for office supplies?In some cases the larger merchants will have better selection and service, but often they have higher prices than a specialty discount office supply website. Be sure to shop around before deciding which store to purchase from online.
When buying office supplies online, don’t the shipping charges offset any savings on price?Some online office supply retailers offer free shipping on orders of $50 or more. Another consideration is that the site may not be charging sales tax if they are not located in your state, so that this saving can offset the shipping charges.
When I purchase office supplies online from a discount provider, are there any terms or conditions that I should be aware of?
Make sure that you can live with the stores return policy, shipping costs, and sales tax charges. Some online discount office supply retailers will also have a minimum order of $25 or more.
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