Purchase Orders Accepted

At Binding101, we make it easy to business with us. We are proud to support our business partners, government, and education systems by accepting purchase orders as way of procurement and payment offset. Shipping and sales tax should be included on your PO, as well as the best contact name and email address. Questions or need help? Call us at (866) 537-2244.

Submitting a PO is simple; just click the applicable button below to learn more.

Government Purchase Orders


School Purchase Orders


Business Purchase Orders

Questions or need help? Call us at (866) 537-2244.

Purchase Order FAQs

  1. How much shipping should I include on my PO? We offer free shipping for most orders over $75, and a simple flat-rate or orders less than $75. Click here for our full Shipping & Terms policy to see if you qualify for free s&h. Please note that if the correct shipping is not included on the PO, a customer service representative will contact you with the information and a revised PO request.
  2. How much sales tax should I include on my PO? We are required by law to charge sales tax to deliveries going to several states across the US. Tax rates vary by state and county. If you are unsure how much sales tax to include, you may include an "add applicable sales tax" note to the PO and we will calculate it for you. If your company or organization is exempt from sales tax, we will need a copy of your exemption certificate. Or if you are a qualifying dealer, re-selling the items, click here to download a resale form. Submit your tax forms along with your credit application or purchase order.
  3. What are the PO terms?Our standard terms for purchase orders are Net30, meaning that payment in full is due 30 days after invoiced. Depending on the type of organization, or your credit references, terms may vary.
  4. What is a purchase order?A purchase order (PO) is a commercial document. It is issued by a buyer to a seller, indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services. When the seller accepts the PO, it becomes a contract. It authorizes and controls the purchase transaction. A purchase order is a document which allows the seller to produce the specified goods that have been pre-sold. If the buyer meets all the conditions in producing, delivering the goods and services, then there is a guarantee that the buyer will purchase the output. So, the products are pre-sold when the purchase order is issued.