Ok, So Here Are All Stores Offering The Best Teacher Discounts Right Now

It's no secret that teachers across the world are overworked and underpaid. Luckily for our beautiful educators, many companies and stores offer special membership prices, discounts, and deals only for you. There's no job more selfless than spending your life molding the minds of the future generations, so what better way to say “thank you” than by giving you great ways to save money?

Toms offers teachers 10% off all footwear.


How it works:

Teachers and students can register on the Toms official website and receive 10% all items ordered online.

Get these comfortable sandals for $99.95 (or, $89.96 with discount).

J Crew offers teachers 15% off both in-store and online.


How it works: Teachers and college students can get a 15% discount both in-store and online by simply verifying their employment/enrollment. Online, you'll receive a promo code to apply at checkout. In a store, you simply show your ID and receive the discount at the register. Some products are excluded from the discount.

Get this gingham pencil skirt for $89.50 (or, $76.08 with discount).

Hanes offers both current teachers and retired teachers 10% off when you buy directly from their site.


How it works: 

Teachers simply register on the Hanes website here and are given a promo code to apply at checkout. This also works for items already on sale.

Get this comfortable tunic for $28 (or, $25.20 with discount).

Cole Haan offers teachers 15% full-price and sale-items when you sign up with a .EDU email address.


How it works:

Both teachers and graduate students sign up on Cole Haan's official website with their .edu email address and create a membership account online. Logging into the account will automatically apply the discount at checkout. You can also receive 15% off in stores by showing your ID.

Get these chic nude flats on their website for $150 (or, $127.50 with discount).

Barnes & Noble offers all teachers 20% off the publisher's list price–and 25% off during B&N's “Educator Appreciation Days.”


How it works: 

Teachers can visit any Barnes & Noble store and register as an educator. This includes teachers, librarians, and even homeschool tutors. From there, you can apply your discount both in-store and online. They also send you emails about new books and upcoming special events for educators.

Jo-Ann offers teachers 15% off through their teacher's rewards program.


How it works: 

Teachers working in any registered school, homeschool educators, and even professional child care workers can apply for the teacher's rewards program. It can be used both for online purchases and in-store items.

Get this watermelon tote bag for $16 (or, $13.60 with discount).

Dagne Dover offers teachers 20% off all purchases, so you can get yourself a new work bag.


How it works:

Teachers and military members can register online on Dagne Dover's official website by using their professional .edu or military email address. From there, you register for an account and receive a custom discount code to be applied at checkout.

Get this adorable and stylish tote bag on their website for $165 (or, $132 with discount).

Karen Kane offers all teachers 20% all clothing and items on their website.


How it works:

Teachers and students can register on their website to receive 20% online when ordering through the Karen Kane official website.

Get this chic wrap dress on their official website for $119 (or, $95.20 with discount).

Nine West offers all teachers 10% off all purchases made online.


How it works: 

Teachers simply verify their employment on the Nine West website and receive the discount automatically.

Grab these easy to wear mules for $49.99 (or, $45 with discount). 

Roxy offers all teachers 15% off when shopping on their official website.


How it works:

Roxy offers all teachers, military members, and emergency responders a 15% off discount when shopping online. Simply verify your employment through their website. Available online only.

Get this floral print dress for $40 on their official website (or, $34 with discount).

Dooney & Bourke offers teachers $30 off of a one time purchase of $150 on their website–which can be used for any orders over $150.


How it works: 

Teachers, students, and military members (and even military family members) verify their eligibility on the Dooney & Bourke website to receive the discount.

Get this beautiful watch for $178 (or, $148 with the discount).

Tommy Hilfiger offers teachers a 15% discount on all purchases and can be included with other sales and promotions.


How it works:

Teachers, students, and military members verify their employment or enrollment on Tommy.com with SheerID. At checkout, you'll be able to apply your discount to your cart.

Get this midi dress for $245 (or, $208.25 with the discount).

Books-A-Million offers teachers a 20% off discount card to use both online and in-stores and guarantees educators get free shipping on all online orders.

How it works: 

All teachers and educators can request information online from the store, or apply for a card in-person. Once you receive your discount card, you can use it anytime in store and just apply it to your online account.

Apple offers discounts for educators when buying any Macs online or in-store.


How it works:

Teachers and new college students can purchase any Mac and Apple products by simply buying via the education/educator discount package.

Get a MacBook Air for as low as $849 with the education discount.

Microsoft offers teachers discounts on products when you contact their sales department directly and gives teachers access to Office 365 Education for free.


How it works:

Microsoft offers teachers tons of ways to provide for their students by offering discounts on products for the classroom and to plan with. They also offer Office 365 Education for free by entering your school email address.

Get Microsoft laptops for as low as $189 when using education discounts.

Logitech offers teachers 20% off certain products that you order for your classroom.


How it works: 

Teachers sign up on Logitech's website and verify employment. From there, you can see which products qualify for discounts and which don't.

Get this wireless computer mouse for $99.99 (or less with the discount when signing up). 

Banana Republic offers teachers a 15% discount in-store when you show a valid ID.


How it works: 

Teachers simply show your work ID in stores to get 15% off your entire purchase at Banana Republic stores.

Get this gray dress for $98 (or, $83.30 with discount).

The Container Store offers teachers exclusive discounts by sending various emails throughout the year with deals and savings.


How it works:

Teachers can sign up for the emails online here, but need to bring ID to buy things in store and use the discounts, as well.

Get this desk drawer organizer for $11.96. 

Overstock offers teachers access to their Club O Classroom membership which provides discounts and free shipping on all orders.


How it works: 

Teachers and students can log into Overstocks website and prove their employment or registration with ID.me.

Get this classroom organizer for $20.49.

Pencils.com offers teachers 10% off on all items, every day, on every order. 


How it works:

Teachers simply register on the pencils.com website and receive more information from their customer service representatives.

Get these Palomino Blackwing Pearl pencils for $21.95, (or, $19.76 with discount).

The New York Times offers teachers 50% off a year's subscription which includes all online access to their website articles and information for your classroom.

How it works: 

Teachers can subscribe on The New York Time's website here. There is also a discount for students.

The Washington Post offers teachers 50% off their regular subscription rates.

How it works: 

Teachers can subscribe on The Washington Post's website and receive the first week for $1, and every week after that for $5, which is 50% cheaper than their regular rates.

The Wall Street Journal offers teachers both digital and print subscriptions for a flat rate of $49 a year.

How it works: 

Teachers can simply subscribe and purchase this offer on their website.

Adobe offers teachers a huge discount on their Creative Cloud app, which gives educators access to 8 different applications.

How it works:

Teachers and students can sign up on Adobe's website for the special education offer using your school email. The subscription includes Photoshop, Lightroom, Spark with premium features, Adobe XD, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro and Acrobat Pro.

Blick offers art teachers and other educators discounts once you call and ask about their teacher program.

How it works: 

According to the company's website:

“If your school purchases a large quantity of art supplies throughout the year, we invite you to call our Institutional Sales Department for details about Blick’s discount program.”

Get these amazing brushes for $3.35+.

Michael's offers teachers 15% off in-store every time you show your school/employer ID with purchase.

How it works: 

Teachers simply show their ID at check out and receive 15% off.

The LOFT offers teachers 15% off in-store purchases when they show their ID at checkout.


How it works: 

Teachers simply show their school ID at check out to receive 15% off on all items.

Get this t-shirt dress for $79.50 (or, $67.58 with discount). 

Madewell offers teachers 15% off all items in-store when they show valid ID.


How it works: 

Teachers and students show valid ID at checkout to receive 15% in-store only.

Get this bomber for $298 (or, $253.30 with discount). 

Several cell phone companies offer teachers and educators discounts and deals, but you must go in-store or call customer service departments to verify the details.

How it works: 

Sprint has an online form teachers can fill out, and a customer service rep will respond with more information and details.

Verizon has an online form teachers can fill out.

AT&T has an online form you can fill out to see if teachers are eligible.

T-Mobil offers teachers $100 off any smartphone or tablet when you verify you are a teacher and activate a new line on their network.

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