I found a thread on the slickdeals website this morning with the Logitech K400 keyboard for $4.99 after coupon and a price match to the Staples.com website. The coupon is a $25 off of any Logitech regularly priced at $39.99 or more and the web price is regularly $39.99 with a $10 instance discount. I've personally done this at my local Staples in Pittsburgh without any issues. I'm reposting the links to the deal and coupon but not a direct link to the Slickdeals thread as I'm still not sure what the rules are regarding links to outside forums.
Coupon's only good on Logitech items with a regular price of $40 or more. Sometimes they give you the coupon discount off the regular price or they give you the sale price. Getting the coupon applied to the sale price is definitely YMMV. Even if you take the $25 off the regular $40 price it is $15 which is still not a bad deail.
It is definitely a YMMV type of deal but if you have a Staples nearby I think it is worth trying for it. Just to verify that I was able to get this deal successfully I included a copy of my receipt below. I don't have a scanner so I had to take a picture with my phone so sorry if the quality sucks.
Location: State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
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Printed out 4 coupons and was on my way. Was able to find one K400 at the 3rd Staples I visited.
I landed a Logitech 510 mouse for $5 at Store #1.
Was able to get a Logitech MK520 Desktop set (Key + Mouse) that was on sale last week, but the signage was still up for $15 (was on sale for $40 last week) at store #2.
Thinking about getting a M525 mouse for $5 later on. For $5, why not?
Huh, first store I went to would do one or the other, but not both. I bought one @ 39.99 - 25 = 15 anyway, since that's still a decent deal. But I'm going to have to check the other store in town and see if they're willing to deal.
Went to the other store in town, and they took both discounts, no problem. Since I like a $5 price better than a $15 price, I will be taking one back to the first store.