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Snag this backpack and lunch bag set for $18

If you're sending your kids back into the classroom, get the right gear at Office Depot and save up to 55% off back-to-school essentials.

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After over a year of homeschooling, many kids are returning to the classroom. That means it's time to stock up on all the necessary gear for in-person learning. Like this awesome backpack and matching lunch bag pack for only $18. The water-resistant bag features a two-compartment system with plenty of room for folders, notebooks and a dedicated laptop storage space for devices up to 15 inches. Make sure your little ones have all the fuel they need for a full day with the included insulated lunch bag, and consider picking up one of these $6 reusable ice packs to keep food cool throughout the day. One thing I especially liked is that the front mesh pocket can be used to store the lunch bag when not in use. These come in a variety of designs; my favorites are the Geometric Cracks and Unicorn Donuts designs. The backpack also comes in a top-loading version. Ship-to-store is free.

And if you missed the memo on school reopening, Office Depot has you covered with its School Savings Days sale with up to 55% off hundreds of essentials like backpacks, journals and stationaries. No code needed.

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