Teacher Discounts

Teacher Discounts

Most recent update August 25, 2012

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Teacher Discounts as of August 25, 2012
Always a work in progress as I keep finding more!

A.C. Moore The A.C. Moore Teacher Discount Program grants educators a discount card for in-store purchases, including home schoolers. Mail a copy showing proof of your status to A.C. Moore to sign up. For a mailing address and acceptable forms of ID, visit the A.C. Moore FAQs page under "Discounts."

Academic Superstore Academic Superstore is another online software outlet that sells a slew of products for up to 85-percent off. Discounts are available year-round with proof of employment as a teacher.

Adobe Shop  Order from Adobe Education Store and receive 25- to 75-percent off all software, including bundles and suites. Adobe requires proof of employment as an educator before applying the discount. Scan & email your school ID  to Adobe for a promo code to enter every time you pay. tp://store1.adobe.com/cfusion/store/html/index.cfm?store=OLS-EDU&

Aerosoles shoes store Get 15% off footwear items priced $39.99 or higher when you show your school ID or a paystub at an Aerosoles shoes store. You can also call 800.798.9478 to place your order.

AMC Theatres
This deal cannot be found on the web.  But it has been said that teachers can get movie tickets for $6.50 each after the second weekend of a film’s release. Don’t forget that Sam’s Club and Costco also are great avenues for movie discounts.  The same goes for Groupon and LivingSocial. 

Ann Taylor Loft offers discounts to teachers. Sign up for their teacher program and receive 20% off your first purchase plus receive advance notice on upcoming sales. plus enjoy in-store teacher appreciation nights.

Apple Store
Get online discounts on computers, software, and select third party products. These discounts are also available to college students.

Banana Republic Banana Republic offers a 10-percent off deal to any teacher with a valid school ID. Another caveat fiend, it's only good at participating locations. Call before you shop..

Barnes and Noble offers an educator discount card. It gives teachers 20% off purchases. They also have teacher appreciation weeks when they offer 25% off classroom purchases.

Ben Franklin Crafts Tuesday is the new Friday at Ben Franklin crafts, an online craft store with kiosks in supermarkets and local pharmacies across the nation. Shop on Tuesday and take 10-percent off all purchases. Be sure to have you school ID on hand.

Books-A-Million Certain brick-and-mortar locations grant teachers a 15-percent discount on most purchases just for asking. Call ahead to be sure your local store honors the discount and, if they don't, see if they offer a compromise. Book Warehouse The perks of flashing that school ID aren't lost at Book Warehouse. Show your valid school-issued card for a 15-percent discount on most in-store purchases.

Bose The Bose offer is primo, particularly for those in need of sonic stimulation. Variable discounts are available on all music systems and accessories. Call the Customer Focused Development Team at 1-800-353-4027 for pricing and to place an order

The Container Store The organizational aficionados at The Container Store provide a 15 percent discount on all items through the Organized Teacher Program. Register online for a free discount card to use for in-store and online purchases. If you visit a store, be sure to have your school ID.

Dell Buy direct from the Dell online store and get 2- to 4-percent off the final price of any desktop or laptop, as well as software a peripherals. Call Customer Service at 1-800-999-3355 before paying to apply the discount.

Discount School Supply Discount School Supply doesn't run a rewards program, but certain purchases are eligible for a teacher discount if you call ahead or ask before finishing an order. The online store trades in a wide variety of supplies, crafts and games for early childhood educators

Fedex Office Fedex Office give you 15-percent off nearly all products, including brochures, business cards and photos. Call ahead to be sure your intended purchase qualifies for the discount.

FURNITURE Room Store Furniture Let your school ID loose for 10-percent off all furniture and accessory purchases at all Room Store Furniture retail locations. The business has showrooms in eight states, primarily strewn across the southeast.

Gradware. Send Customer Service a copy of your valid school ID to be eligible for a variety of discounts.

HP Sign up for the HP Academy program to receive exclusive discounts and get a one-time "welcome" coupon for first-time members.

Half Price Books Sign up for a Half Price Books' Teacher and Librarian card and be rewarded with discounts of 10-percent year-round. Visit any Half Price Books location and show your school ID for the free card. As per usual, the card is only valid for in-store purchases.
Hancock Fabric Flash your valid school ID at most Hancock Fabric retail locations and be rewarded with a discount of 15 percent on all purchases.

International Teacher Identity Card
This card costs $25 a year, but this price gives you discounts around the world for travel, purchases, and services for teachers, including $7 off your $70 purchase at Target.com, 15% off at Amtrak, and more.

Izzit.org Teachers are human, too, meaning just like every human they were born on a particular day. Join Izzit.org and receive one free educational DVD on your birthday. The company specializes in videos for older students, so only teachers of grades 6-12 can apply.

J. Crew
Get 15% off all items when you show your school ID (college students can also get this discount).
Joann Fabric 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.

Lakeshore Learning
Ask at the store to join their Teacher’s Club and save 15% on classroom items. You can also get free printable resources to support classroom instruction off of their website each month.

 Lenovo Teachers earn 5-percent off any purchase from the computer connoisseurs at Lenovo simply for being, well, themselves. Call Customer Service at 1-866-968-4465 to apply the discount.

Save up to 50% on regular subscription rates when you subscribe to a magazine using your school’s name and address.

Michaels Stores has a special program for teachers. Join the Knack Faculty and they will send you ideas to use in the classroom. Their welcome letter will include a coupon for 40% off an item.

Office Depot has a Star Teacher program. They offer 10% purchases plus a special event that includes a free breakfast and supplies. You must register to find out when your store's event is being held.

Office Max Join the OfficeMax MaxPerks Rewards for Teachers program to earn a $10 reward for every $75 you spend on qualified purchases. They also have several items available each week that are free or close-to-free after MaxPerks Rewards.

PBS Shop PBS is one of the few book and media outlets to offer an online discount to teachers. Register for the PBS Teachers Program to take 10-percent off your first purchase through the store.

Pizza Hut   Show your school ID for discounts of 10- to 20-percent off any meal. I don’t really think my local Pizza Hut would do this.  Seems unadvertised but worth a try.

Scholastic is sending out samples of classroom magazines like Scope, Science World, and Clifford the Big Red Dog. There is a bunch to choose from in all grade levels. They look like they will make great reading materials for the classroom. Check out the dollar section of their website for some great bargains!

Sprint  When I switched cell phones carriers they gave me a discount of about 10% when showing my school ID badge.  I imagine their competitors might do the same if asked.

Staples is gearing up for the annual teacher appreciation day. Each store will be giving out free gifts to the first 200 teachers. Check out the website for your store's date.  Smilemakers.com is a division of Staples. They sell all types of classroom incentives. Join the teachers club and receive discounts and points towards free merchandise.

 Union Memberships
If you’re a union member, check out online discounts at your union’s website to see if you get these or any other discounts. Education Minnesota and NEA (National Education Association) offer discounts on anything from appliances to haircuts to car rentals and more.  I have heard some really good comments about going there for appliance discounts!

Verizon  Just ask, especially if you are a new sign up for their service.

Sony Sony keeps a well-trained cornea on teachers through its aptly-named Eye on Education Program. Discounts on projectors and flat-panel displays vary when you register and buy through the program portal, but most lie in the 5- to 10- percent off range.

Software Express The online outlet Software Express grants discounts of up to 75 percent on a host of programs, including Adobe, McAfee and Symantec. Submit copies of your valid school ID and state driver's license to Customer Service before completing your order.

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