$100 Bill Notepads
grabs your attention
This fun note pad is great for sending reminder notes to schools or to staff. The $100 bill printed on it cannot help but grab the attention of the receipient. Who doesn't notice cash?
November 10, 2010
Not really quality...
These were cheap and fell apart easily. I wasn't that impressed by them, but my first graders did like them! For the money I paid, I suppose they were worth it.
February 20, 2014
The elementary students loved these notepads, they first thought that I was presenting them with the real thing, NOT!
January 26, 2014
Bought these to throw in adult goody bags for bbq/pool party. These will go great with matching playing cards, and, book marks, plus additional throw-ins. Just a little something to say thanks for coming. These are small, don't expect big notepads. These are just good for some quick scratch notes.
July 20, 2012
Great for the price
I ordered these for a training class and they loved them, the money theme was great and I have orderd these about 3 times and will definately order in the future. Money theme was so much fun.
April 4, 2012
Much smaller than I thought and very flimsy. Very disappointed that each page was not a printed bill on one side. Only the cover was printed with the bill note. (Looking back, I have to admit the picture showed that only the cover was printed but it did not convey that to me until I saw the actual product.) Who would want these let alone pay $.20 each.
Essentially worthless for my purposes.
March 1, 2012
Note pads are small but cute filler for our theme related goodie bags, putting in with gold chocolate coins. Nice addition but not much to comment on, maybe if they were bigger. My 8 year old would have rather had "stretchy" money but not available. These will do just fine.
October 20, 2011
Much smaller and flimsy. I was disappointed that each page was not a printed bill on one side. Only the cover was printed with the bill note. No good for my intended use.
April 25, 2011
dollar bill notepad
These notepads are pretty flimsy and small.
April 18, 2011