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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Educator Discounts (Homeschoolers, too!)

There are a lot of places that offer discounts to educators, and these discounts apply to homeschoolers as well! Just bring in your proof of homeschooling (usually a state form or membership ID of some sort) and sign up. If you know of any more, please email me or leave a comment so I can add to the list!

Barnes and Noble
Apply for an educator card and get 20% off the
list-price on any school-related purchases, and 25% off during Educator Appreciation Days. Not able to be used with other coupons or discounts. Can be used online or in-store.

Get a Classroom Discount Card that saves you 25% off classroom purchases of books and CDs and 10% off DVDs every day, plus use your Borders Rewards card with all your purchases and earn Borders Bucks! Discount available in-store only.

Apply for an educator card to get 15% off most products and services. Apply in-store.

Half-Price Books
Apply for a yearly educator card and get 10% off any purchase
year-round. Does not have to be school-related. And don't forget about their summer reading program, where kids can earn $3 per week to spend in-store!

Hancock Fabrics
Receive a 15% discount when you show proof of homeschooling.

Get a teacher rewards card that gives you 15% off all purchases online and in the store. Several times a year they do Teacher Appreciation days that allow you to get 20% off and other deals (like this weekend, Jan 8 and 9). If the item is on sale the card also works, but if you use a coupon, the card does not give an additonal discount. Not valid on items they do not allow coupons on like the Cricut machine and cartridges.

They do not have a discount card, but they do accept the Jo-Ann's teacher rewards card. It is like a coupon and they accept competitor coupons, so they will take this too! They also have a teacher area on their website called the Knack. If you sign up there, you get coupons sent from time to time and other craft info.

Our local children's museum offers a discount on their annual family membership to homeschoolers. Ask at your local museum to see if yours does, too!

Get a Star Teacher rewards card. Get 10% back in rewards on ink, toner, and paper, and 1% back reward on everything else. Also get a 15% discount on copy and print purchases.

Get a Max perks card that is a rewards card for what you buy. Earn $10 for every $75 you buy. Usually in August they have a teacher appreciation day and you get a discount and freebies on that day.

Pizza Hut
This isn't a discount, but I wanted to include it here as a freebie that homeschoolers are eligible for. Kids in grades K-6 can participate in BOOK-IT, where they can earn a free personal pan pizza each month from October through March by meeting reading goals you set. Enroll on 5/1/2011 for the 2011-2012 school year.

Six Flags
Six Flags has a reading program where
K-6th graders can earn a free ticket. One homeschooling "teacher" will earn a free ticket as well. You must be within a certain distance from a park in order to participate.

Rewards card that gives you a $10 Staples Teacher Rewards Check each time you accumulate $100 in product purchases. Rewards up to $30. They also have a Teacher appreciation day with discounts and freebies once a year, usually in August.

In September 2010 they had Teacher Appreciation days every Wednesday for 6 weeks. Show your proof of homeschooling form and get 15% off your purchase and 20% off Walgreens brand items.

Thanks to Karen and Kerry for their help compiling this list.


Anonymous said...

You mentioned Book-It here, but there's also a reading program through Six Flags where your child can earn a free ticket. And, if I understand it right, you as the homsechooling "teacher" will earn a free ticket as well. Here's the link:

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