8 Ways Twin Falls Teachers Can Save Some Money
I know I know, children and teachers everywhere are yelling at me for bringing up school in the middle of summer. But I know a ton of teachers that are already preparing for the start of classes and getting supplies in order. If you know a teacher, they can save some money through these businesses.
Target is having a "Teacher Appreciation Event" where they are offering 15% off select items for an entire week starting July 13th. It isn't just discounts on school supplies, they are also including food storage bags, adult clothing, accessories and more.
Walmart is having a Teacher Appreciation Event as well. They are offering goodie bags, cake, ice cream and more. The first 300 teachers on July 13th get a bag with items from Crayola, Bic and more. Just bring your ID.
Barnes & Noble offers 20% to 25% off select works pretty much year round. Again, all you really need is proof of employment.
Most major phone carriers offer discounts to teachers on their monthly bill. AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile all have confirmed discounts. You just have to let them know you're a teacher.
All day every day Micahel's offers a 15% discount on all teacher purchases. That will help with school supplies and art projects for the classrooms.
Most of the time Best Buy will match any discounts given by Apple.edu.
Adobe offers discounts to teachers and students so that's pretty great. Just provide them proof of employment and certain items will be discounted.
Both Home Depot and Lowes offer discounts for teachers. They can show their tax exempt paperwork and teachers don't have to pay sales tax on their purchases.