Teacher Appreciation Deals, Freebies & Discounts
I’m so proud of my daughter who is a special education teacher. I hear first hand how she is making a difference every day and pouring herself into the children she adores. My Dad, now in heaven, was a teacher for decades. I know he would be bursting with pride to see his grand-daughter continuing his legacy.
A big thank you to Mary from Mission to Save for helping us to compile this awesome list!
Year Long Teacher Discounts
AC Moore – Teachers receive 15% off your entire purchase
Apple – Apple offers special pricing on Apple products including computers, software, and select third-party products. This special pricing is available to college students, parents buying for a college student, or teachers, homeschool teachers, administrators and staff of all grade levels.
Banana Republic – Both teachers and students get 15% off full-priced purchases.
Barnes & Noble – Save 20% off the publisher’s list price on all purchases for classroom use when you join the free B&N Educator Program.
The Container Store – Offers special discounts to educators to help organize the classroom.
Crayola – Artful lessons, classroom resources and the latest information regarding special programs and offers.
FedEx Office – Offers teachers, professors, faculty and staff members 15% off on most products and services at participating FedEx Office nationwide. To receive your discount, simply present your discount card when making a purchase in-store or at fedexoffice.com and the discount will automatically be applied.
Joanne Fabric – Sign up for a free Jo-Anne Teacher Rewards Discount Card and receive 15% off all purchases.
Lakeshore Learning – Join the free Teacher’s Club and save 15% off your purchases every day and receive special offers every month.
Madewell – Teachers and college students can get 15 % off with a valid school ID.
Michaels– Get a coupon for 15% off your purchase.
New York & Co – Teachers who show a valid ID can receive 30% off May 1-7 to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week. Plus ask an associate about the Teacher Program and you’ll receive a 15% discount all year long.
Staples – It pays to be a Teacher Rewards member. When you sign up, you’ll earn 5% back in rewards, and an extra 5% back in rewards on teaching and art supplies. Plus, get free shipping on every Staples online order.
Talbots – Teachers get 15 percent off their purchases of full-priced items at Talbots.
Teacher’s Lists – Teachers sign up and submit your supply list and refer other Teachers to get FREE Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes and Westcott Scissors.
West Elm – With a valid teacher ID, you’ll receive 15% off your purchases.
Teachers Discounts for Travel and Fun (thanks to The Balance)
Marriott – Teachers are eligible for Marriot’s government discount that will save you on even personal stays.
LaQuinta– Teachers can get LaQuinta’s government rate at more than 800 hotels around the country.
Preferred Hotels & Resorts -Teachers and educators can get 20 percent off the best available rate at Preferred Hotels & Resorts.Resorts.
Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin -Teachers get special low rates to these two Walt Disney World hotels.
SeaWorld– Teachers can get into SeaWorld for free when they get a SeaWorld Teacher Card.
Have you heard of any other Teacher’s Programs or Deals? Let me know and I will add it to the list. This is a great post to share with your teacher friends on Facebook or Pin it for later! Use those social media buttons below for easy sharing!
And if you are looking for some gift ideas… Check out my roundup of Homemade Teacher Appreciation Gifts.
How You Can #ThankATeacher
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As the daughter of a teacher, so I know firsthand the sacrifices they make and how often they dip into their own pockets to buy supplies for the classroom.
If you are thinking of buying a teacher appreciation gift, I asked my daughter what she would want and she said a gift card from Target or Walmart. Then she could use it for classroom supplies or for something personal.
**According to a recent 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!
Have you heard of any other Teacher’s Programs or Deals? Let me know in the comments and I will add it to the list. This is a great post to share with your teacher friends on Facebook or Pin it for later! Use the social media buttons for easy sharing.