With school about to start back I began to think about the friends of mine that are teachers and since I know that I have to get a few things for little diva this week (all new composition books, pens and stuff like that). So I know that teachers have to be going through the same thing and I thought I would put together a list of stores that give you a discount year round for teachers. While most of these just require you showing school ID some require a sign up but all of it is FREE!
The Container Store
The Container Store provide provides various discounts throughout the year when you sign up for the Organized Teacher Program. Register online for a free discount card to use for in-store and online purchases. If you visit a store, make sure to have your school ID.
Office Depot has a program called Star Teacher Program grants privileged educators (aka those who sign up) five-percent off qualifying in-store purchases. You also get 15-percent of the price of all copy and print orders placed online or at a brick-and-mortar location. The best part is this is FREE to sign up. Have your school ID.
The popular supply store offers a MaxPerks Rewards program specifically for teachers. Benefits include $10 in rewards for every $75 spent on qualifying purchases, and $2 in rewards for each ink or toner cartridge recycled. Sign-up online to get your membership card.
Thanks to the FedEx Office Academic Edge program you'll receive 15-percent off nearly all products, including brochures, business cards and photos. This discount is available both online and in-store.
Register for the Staples Teacher Rewards Program to garner five-percent back in rewards points and free shipping from Staples.com. The program covers a slew of products, from ink and paper to teaching and art supplies.
The free Teacher Rewards Discount Card entitles educators to 15-percent off all purchases. Home schoolers are also eligible for the card and new members receive a 20-percent off bonus for signing up.
Flash your valid school ID at most Hancock Fabric retail locations and be rewarded with a discount of 10 percent on all purchases.
Receive 15% off your entire purchase every day. See a store associate for details as some exclusions may apply.
Hobby Lobby extends their 10-percent discount to a number of community organizations, including schools. The one catch is you have to pay with an organizational check or credit card.
The more you spend at Party City, the bigger the discount gets. Save between 10 and 20 percent when you bring a signed letter on official letterhead from an officer of the school.
A.C. Moore has the discount available through their Teacher Discount Program. Teachers can now save 15 percent on both regularly-priced and sale merchandise.
Izzit.org (FREE DVD)
Join Izzit.org and receive one free educational DVD per school year. The company specializes in videos for older students, but teachers and homeschoolers of grades K-12 can apply.
Speed Stacks (FREE)
What are Speed Stacks, you ask? Essentially it’s a game where kids stack 12 cups in various formations as quickly as they can to improve hand-eye coordination and ambidexterity. If it’s something you’d like to try at your school, teachers can ask for a complimentary set. However, there’s a limit of one per organization.
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