Monday
Jul172017

Get a $1500 Credit For Trading In Your Current Mac

Go here, fill out information on your current Mac or PC to get an estimate and then mail in your computer for free and choose how you’d like to receive your credit – with an Apple Store Gift Card, a Visa gift card, or a deposit in your PayPal account.

Thursday
Jul132017

Printable School Supply List


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to print off this deal list of school supplies. These are the best prices to look for when it comes to getting the best deals.

Wednesday
Jul122017

30+ Freebies For Teachers

These rewards programs will save you some money.

Office Depot and Office Max: In July and August, Office Depot and Office Max have a few weeks where teachers can get up to 25 percent off their purchases. They also at that time have a Teacher VIP savings card to save more throughout the year.

Staples: Staples has a Teacher Rewards Program that gives you 5 percent back in rewards and 10 percent back in rewards for teaching and art supplies. You also get free shipping at staples.com.

The Container Store: Join The Container Store's Organized Teacher Discount Program, and you'll get special discounts emailed to you throughout the year. Just for joining you'll get your first offer that you can redeem in-store, online, or by phone.

Michaels: Teachers get 15 percent off their purchases at Michaels every day.

Jo-Ann: Sign-up for Jo-Ann's Teacher Rewards and you'll get a rewards discount card that will get you 15 percent off your purchase every day of the year.

Ben Franklin Crafts: Teachers get 10 percent off classroom materials every day at Ben Franklin.

Hobby Lobby: Hobby Lobby gives teachers 10 percent off but they must pay with an organization check.

Party City: You can get 10 percent-20 percent off at Party City, but you'll need a signed letterhead from school to get it.

A.C. Moore: Teachers get 15 percent off sale and regular price purchases at A.C. Moore.

Lakeshore Learning: Teacher's Club members at Lakeshore Learning get 15 percent off everything in-store.

 

TEACHER DISCOUNTS ON BOOKS AND NEWSPAPERS


Remember to check with your local bookstores and papers to see if they have a teacher discount.

Barnes & Noble: Through the B&N Educators program, teachers get 20 percent off the publisher's list price for purchase for classroom use and 25 percent off during Educator Appreciation Days.

Half Price Books: Teachers and librarians are eligible for an Educator Discount Card that will get them 10 percent off their purchases all year long.

Book Warehouse: Book Warehouse has an Educator's Book Club that will get them 15 percent off everything in store.

Bookmans: Bookmans' Project Educate gives a 20 percent discount on all purchases for teachers.

Books-A-Million: Books-A-Million's Educator's Discount Program gives educations, librarians, and homeschoolers a 20 percent discount on classroom items and books.

The New York Times: Teachers, as well as students, can get a special rate on The New York Times subscriptions.

The Wall Street Journal: Educators get special rates on subscriptions to The Wall Street Journal.

TEACHER DISCOUNTS ON CLOTHING AND SHOES


Most schools have dress codes for teachers and luckily some of the clothing and shoe stores have realized that teachers would appreciate a discount.

J.Crew: Teachers and college students get 15 percent off at J.Crew, J.Crew Factory, and J.Crew Mercantile.

LOFT: Sign-up for the LOFT Loves Teachers program and you'll get 15 percent off all purchase as well as teacher appreciation nights, sweepstakes, and free style guides.

Aerosoles: Show your teacher ID or pay stub when you checkout at Aerosoles and you'll get 15 percent off any footwear priced $39.99 or higher.

Talbots: Teachers get 15 percent off their purchases of full-priced items at Talbots.

Banana Republic: Both teachers and students get 15 percent off full-priced purchases.

Madewell: Teachers and college students can get 15 percent off with a valid school ID.

TEACHER DISCOUNTS ON WIRELESS SERVICE


Just for being an educator you may qualify for a discount on your wireless service. Enter your phone number and email address and see if you qualify.

Many times your school will need to have a contract with them for you to get a personal discount.

Verizon: Verizon Wireless also offers a discount for some education employees.

AT&T: Enter your school email address and you'll see if you can get a discount of up to 20 percent on service, devices, and accessories.

T-Mobile: K-12 staff, college staff, and college students are eligible to save on smartphones at T-Mobile.

Sprint: Enter your phone number to see if you are eligible for a teacher discount.

 

TEACHER DISCOUNTS ON SOFTWARE AND ELECTRONICS


Apple Store: Apple Store for Education offers discounts to teachers, school staff, and homeschool teachers. Included ar MacBooks, iPads, accessories, and more.

Bose: Teachers will get a discount of up to 15 percent at Bose including speakers, earbuds, headphones, music systems, and sound systems.

Adobe: Educators can get special discounts on Adobe software for personal use.

Lenovo: Students and faculty can save on computers, laptops, and tablets from Lenovo. Just select your state and school to see what offers are available.

TEACHER DISCOUNTS ON HOTELS AND ATTRACTIONS


Teachers want to have fun and they can do it even on a shoestring budget with these discounts on hotels and attractions.

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 LaQunitas 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.

Legoland: Teachers can get into free at Legoland in both California and Florida.

Art Institute of Chicago: Illinois educators, teaching artists, and homeschool parents can get free tickets to the Art Institute of Chicago.

Wednesday
Jul122017

Verizon Free Backpack Offer July 23


On Sunday, July 23rd from 1PM-3PM, select Verizon Wireless Zone Stores will be giving away a FREE backpack filled with school supplies – limit one per child. Keep in mind that your child must be present to receive a backpack.

Wednesday
Jun212017

Ikea: $25 off $150 Coupon + College Event

JOIN US FOR THE IKEA® COLLEGE LIFE YOUR WAY EVENT

Friday, July 14 – Sunday, July 16, 2017 9:30am*-4pm

You deserve a college shopping experience that’s fun, stress-free and affordable. That’s why we’re offering a long weekend’s worth of special offers, giveaways, workshops and more, all designed to help you navigate this exciting next chapter. Get your $25 off $150 coupon here!

*Restaurant & showroom open at 9:30am, remainder of store opens at 10am. Please see your local store or IKEA-USA.com for store hours. Events and offers not available at IKEA Brooklyn and IKEA Columbus. IKEA Paramus closed Sunday. Food offers not available at IKEA Carson.

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Friday
Aug052016

100+ Amazing Freebies for College Students

by Diane Schmidt

Dorm Supplies

Retailers love the back to school season. Many students get excited about going off to college for the first time and spend a bundle on notebooks, pens, expensive plastic storage containers and packages of snack foods. So how do you get what you need and not overspend? Here are some savings tips:

  • Buy school supplies at the lowest price available. Late July and August are the perfect time to stock up, especially at stores like Walmart and Kmart. You'll find that their notebook prices may be under 50 cents, while other times of the year, the prices can be triple.

  • You'll find that a small refrigerator is a necessity, especially when it comes to saving money on food. Consider renting one from the college or do the math and see if it's cheaper to buy your own. Also microwaves will save you time and money.
  • Get your stuff organized. The summer before going off to school is the perfect time to go through your closets and drawers. Consider donating clothes you no longer like or that do not fit. Once you have your basic wardrobe organized, decide whether buying new clothes is necessary.


  • If you have a lot of stuff you don't need and don't want to bring with you to school, consider having a garage sale. Get your family involved in cleaning and organizing your home. Another way to get rid of extra stuff is to sign up for free seller accounts on ebay.com and half.com. Craigslist is a great way too to make some cash.

  • Trade with friends. Do they have an extra storage container you could use and you have an extra laundry bag? Set up a time to swap with them.

  • Did you receive a lot of cash for graduation? If so, resist the temptation to use it on school stuff. Look at what you have at home first before blowing that money. You might want to put it in a savings account for unexpected school expenses.

  • Secondhand shops are a good place to find dorm supplies, such as storage containers, desk fans, lamps, and more.

  • Garage sales may also have what you need and at even lower prices than secondhand stores.

Keep in touch with the family! Be sure your cell phone is up to date, has unlimited talk and text-

It's time to leave for school. The car is packed with your belongings. You saved quite a bit on money and have some in the bank. Now how do you save once you get to school?

Food

  • Before leaving for school, have a bake off with your family and friends. Prepare batches of cookies, bread or other treats and swap.

  • Are you on a meal plan? Be sure to take advantage of it and schedule in when you will eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. If your class schedule means you'll need to miss a meal, have easy to prepare meals in your dorm, such as cereal, oatmeal, macaroni and cheese, and cans of ravioli.


  • Between meals, carry a bottle to fill at water fountains or filled with your favorite beverage. Or if you are a coffee drinker, pack a thermos.

  • Trips to the vending machine can add up. Fill a pocket of your backpack with healthy snacks, such as fruit, Jell-O cups, or pretzels.

  • Buy your snack foods in bulk. Larger quantities are usually cheaper and it's easy to divide up the food into smaller portions.


  • Shop at the grocery store for food. Check out the Sunday paper for grocery store ads and match coupons to save more!

Books and Tech

  • Buy books after you've gone to the class. There are times when you don't really need the book.
  • Sign up for Amazon Student- FREE shipping and more!

  • If you do need the book, can you and a friend buy the book and split the cost? Can you check the book out of the library? Or get a free ebook version?

  • If book sharing or using the library copy doesn't work out, check the bulletin boards to see if someone is selling their copy.

  • Online bookstores charge a lot less than campus bookstores. Go online before heading to the campus bookstore.

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  • As a last resort, buy the book from your campus bookstore. You'll find of all of your options they charge the most. Even if you get stuck paying full price, take good care of the book and sell it at the end of the year.

Entertainment and More

  • Use your student ID card to get into free concerts, special lectures, comedy shows, athletic events and more.
  • Movie theatre chains that offer student discounts include AMC Theatres (discounts on Thursdays), Cinemark (discounts vary by location) and Marcus Theatres ($5 Thursdays) — but independent theatres often have student discounts, too. 

  • Many colleges offer well-equipped gyms and recreation centers. Take advantage of the opportunity to get a free workout.


  • Join clubs, many offer special trips and events to members only.

  • Parks, museums and window-shopping are all free. Students get discounted access to museums, including major ones such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. 

  • Keep your long distance bill down and e-mail family and friends.

  • Even if you have a printer, consider using the school's computer lab for print jobs. You'll save on ink cartridges and paper.

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  • For a cheap, fun night at home, invite some friends over, make your own pizza (or order pizza with coupons!) and play some board games.

  • Many businesses will offer student discounts. You just need to ask.

  • Find out when happy hour is to get your fill of good food at a cheap price-it will also give you a break from campus and dorm food.


  • When going home for break, consider riding with another student who is heading in the same direction. It's a much cheaper and fun alternative than paying for a bus, plane or train ticket.

Remember that all it takes is some creative thinking to save money while at college. Good luck while you embark on your college career.

Saturday
Jul302016

Office Max/Office Depot Deals: Teacher Appreciation Days

Office Depot/OfficeMax stores are thanking educators duringTeacher Appreciation Days by offering up a 25% off in-store purchase coupon (excludes technology, HP Ink/toner and Epson ink and other exclusions may apply).

Plus, educators can get a free Teacher VIP savings card for an additional 20% discount on qualifying in store purchases made through October 31st and educators will score a free tote bagSee this press release for more information.

This runs from July 30th-August 2nd and again from August 27th-30th, 

Thursday
Jul282016

80 Reusable Chalkboard Labels and Markers

chalkboardGet these 80 UNI-FAM Reusable Chalkboard Labels with 2 Chalk Markers for only $6.99 (regularly $24.99) when you enter promo code 80WITH02at checkout.