Boise - X9 Multipurpose Paper, 20lb, 92 Bright, 3 Hole Punched (Case)
About this item
- Letter size, 3-hole punched
- 5,000 total sheets in box
- Sustainable Forestry Initiative certified
- White 20 lb. weight, 92 brightness
Boise® - X9 Multipurpose Paper is the do-it-all printer paper you need for your home or office. It is a bright, clear white color that allows ink to pop off the page with stark contrast and crystal clear visibility. This Boise copy paper is pre-punched with three standard binder holes for easy sorting and organizing in your bookkeeping method of choice. The paper is not so heavy as to deter regular printing, so it is ideal for everyday business and record-keeping needs. But it is also not so lightweight as to feel cheap or unimpressive, so it can be used in client-facing roles, like presentations or proposals, or invoices or letters.
What Is the Best Cheap Printer Paper?
Boise X9 Multipurpose Paper is an affordable and versatile paper that checks all the boxes for all-purpose office or administrative printing. You can stop looking for copy paper sales because this is a value that only Sam's Club can offer when you buy 10 reams of paper.
How Many Sheets Total Are in This Box?
There are 5,000 total sheets of paper in this box of Boise X9 paper. There are 10 reams in the box, and each ream contains 500 sheets. The paper is letter size, 8.5 inches x 11 inches, for maximum usability and compatibility with any printer. This much paper is great for those high-volume offices that have to buy and re-buy paper often, or use paper quickly and have a hard time keeping enough on hand.
Is This Recyclable Paper?
Yes, for those concerned with office paper recycling, this paper can be recycled in the paper receptacle. This paper is Sustainable Forestry Initiative certified, so you can feel good buying it for your office, home or administrative area. It contains 0% post-consumer waste, meaning the paper itself has not been recycled yet, but that makes it all the more important that you recycle it properly after use.