What is Staples Preferred program?
The Staples Preferred Program, one of Canada’s leading B2B programs, provides small to medium size businesses a tailored program designed to support their needs. Everything from office essentials, furniture, tech, and more businesses enjoy preferred customized pricing, exclusive marketing offers, personalized order management dashboard, exclusive gift with purchase program and more.
How do I become a Staples Preferred business customer?
You can sign up for the Staples Preferred program by visiting our website and filling out an application online. Once you submit your application, a Staples Preferred Expert will reach out to you and help enroll you into the program.
What is Preferred pricing?
One of the many benefits of being a Preferred member is that you qualify for exclusive preferred pricing on thousands of business essentials like ink & toner, Paper products, PPE and Cleaning supplies, and much more
What is the Gift with Purchase Program?
Gift with Purchase is an exclusive benefit for Preferred Business customers. Preferred members can choose from a selection of premium gifts and goodies, free with purchases.
Learn more by visiting our Gift Centre
Are there more perks to being a Staples Preferred Member?
Yes. In addition to Preferred pricing and Gift with Purchase, Staples Preferred members have access to an exclusive collection of benefits, services, and solutions including 10% off Print and Marketing Services through Solutionshop
Click here to learn more about Preferred Perks
Can I get discounts on Print and Marketing services as a Preferred Member?
Yes. Preferred business customers get 10% off Staples Print and Marketing services, online and in-store. To use the discount, simply tell the solutions expert that you’re a Preferred member and provide the email address associated with your Preferred account.
What payment methods are available for my Preferred account?
Visit the Credit Centre to learn more about the different types of credit accounts available for Staples Preferred customers