Inexpensive Teacher Thank You Gifts

by Lori. LAST UPDATED ON
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I found some inexpensive teacher thank you gifts on a a blog called Giggles Galore. The creativity that I find on Pinterest continues to amaze me! If you are on Pinterest, follow me here and I will follow you back!

Here are just a few examples.

 

Print out my list of Teacher Discounts and include it with your gift!.

  • Apple Store special pricing for K-12 and higher education faculty.
  • Banana Republicoffers a 15% discount every day off full-priced purchases in stores only with a valid school ID. Not valid at Factory Store or online and cannot be combined with other offers.
  • GAP– offers a 15% discount every day off full-priced purchases in stores only with a valid school ID. Not valid at Factory Store or online and cannot be combined with other offers. The same discount as Banana Republic- see fine print.
  • J.Crew – 15% off with employee ID, in-stores only on full-priced items only and valid at J.Crew Outlet Stores too. Some exclusions may apply.
  • Jo-Ann Fabric– “we appreciate the hard work and dedication of teachers and home school educators. We are proud to offer the Teacher Rewards Discount Card. You’ll receive 15% off every purchase you make, both in our stores and at Joann.com®. Sign up for one today!”
  • New York & Company – members and their spouses take 15% off every purchase, day in any of our stores with valid NEA Member or teacher ID.
  • Office Max -“The MaxPerks Rewards for Teachers program is specifically tailored for your classroom needs and budgeting concerns. As a member, you’ll earn a $10 reward in your MaxPerks account for every $75 you spend on qualified* purchases – up to $100 per calendar year.”
  • Staples– register for the Teacher Rewards Program to get 10% back in rewards points on many products from art supplies to ink and paper.
  • The Limited – 15% off with school ID for in-store purchases only and cannot be combined with other coupons.

Check with your insurance company and cell phone providers too, ask for an educator’s discount.

**To my wonderful readers– according to a 2010 study, teachers spent an average of $398 out of their own pocket on supplies for the classroom. Many parents and parent organizations are already trying to offset this, but if you can donate supplies or remember the teacher with a gift card for supplies, I am sure it would really be appreciated!

 



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