Arts, Crafts and School Supplies
A.C. Moore has increased the discount available through their Teacher Discount Program. Teachers can now save 15% on both regularly-priced and sale merchandise.http://www.shopbecker.com/
The Container Store
Receive 15% off your entire purchase every day. See a store associate for details as some exclusions may apply.
The more you spend at Party City, the bigger the discount. Save 10% to 20 % when you bring a signed letter on official letterhead from an officer of the school.
Hotels and Attractions
Marriott grants teachers a discount at a slew of hotels across the nation. Whether you book on-line or in-person, show your school ID at check-in to receive the special rate. Rules on this discount are a bit vague — they mention government employees, which would imply only public school employees — but most hotel employees don’t bite. Feel free to ask.
Regal Cinemas regularly have discount tickets for teachers (and students), good for all show times. Call or visit beforehand, as not every location honors the discount or offers the same price. Like there’s time for a film with all those papers piling up, anyway. Guess that’s why summer exists.
National Park Service
Show a valid school ID at a slew of National Park Service visitor centers across the nation and receive 15% off many purchases. The discount doesn’t apply to park entry fees, camping fees or Smokey the Bear petting zoo fees.
Bored during summer break? Unlikely, but the Philadelphia Zoo offers teachers free admission on weekdays during the summer months. Register online for the pass, and be sure to bring your teacher ID for each visit.
Download your field trip planner and your educator’s free pass!
Academy of Natural Sciences
Download your educator’s free pass!
Electronics and Software
The House of Jobs is surprisingly generous to teachers of all grade levels, offering varying discounts up to $200 on computers and accessories through the Apple Education Store This offer also includes librarians, home schoolers and university professors.
Ann Taylor Loft
Fashion forward educators are rewarded for their posh style through the Loft Loves Teachers program. Register to get 15% off all in-store purchases, plus an introductory discount for new members.
Show your school ID at Aerosoles stores and take 15% off any footwear purchase of $39.99 or more.
Offers a 15% off deal to any teacher with a valid school ID. This deal must be redeemed at their store locations.
Visit the local J. Crew, flash your school ID, and be rewarded with 15% off designer duds from the dapper dudes. This discount is only available in stores.
With a valid teacher’s ID, you’ll get 15% off full-price, in-store purchases.
Show a school ID or valid pay stub when you shop at any The Limited location and snag 15% off your entire in-store purchase. The offer is good for all items on the racks, walls or tables. In other words, everything.
New York and Co.
New York and Co. grants any educator with a valid school ID 15% off every in-store purchase.
Books and Media
Barnes and Noble
Half Price Books
Sign up for a Half Price Books’ Educator’s Discount Card and be rewarded with discounts of 10% year-round. This discount is truly all-inclusive, available to teachers, homeschoolers, librarians and even teachers who have been laid-off in the last year.
Educators who sign up for the PBS Learning Media program will receive free access to tens of thousands of videos, games, lesson plans and other educational materials for the classroom.
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