Top 5 School Supply Discounts for Teachers

Summer may be knocking at your door but for teachers it’s never too early to begin shopping for classroom supplies and materials.

ThinkFives identified these Top 5 Stores that can get you started with discounts ranging from 10% to 50% or more.


Target will bring back their Teacher Discount for this school year – a nation-wide 15% discount on select classroom supplies. All you have to do is sign up online. The 15% discount includes everything from pens, pencils and crayons to storage, organization and more.  Expect a similar program beginning this July.

Blick Art Supplies

Blick Art Supplies  offers an academic discount to students and professional educators.  Preferred Customers enjoy a 10% discount on purchases at Blick Art Materials retail stores.  Available to professional educators employed by accredited schools, just sign up at a local store and begin to enjoy the discount.


The Scholastic Teacher Store offers great items for 25% off and up to 50% off on top of other sales and deals. Also, Scholastic hosts book fairs and warehouse sales where teachers can purchase items at marked-down prices!

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Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts

With Jo-Ann’s Teacher Rewards Program, teachers can receive 15% off every purchase every day. In addition, you will receive a 20% off total purchase bonus coupon when your discount card is mailed to you.  All you have to do is just to  apply for the discount which is available for state certified, credentialed or licensed teachers.

Fill out your form here:


Michael’s offers teachers 15% off their entire purchase – including sale items.  Just log in or create a Michaels Rewards account, provide your school information to get verified instantly, and use your discount online and in-store.

Find details here:

Honorable Mentions

Barnes & Noble



Office Depot and Office Max

Do you know any great deals we missed?


  1. Walmart has a lot of great back to school sales for teachers and students for books, school supplies, such as calculators, pencils, pens, etc.

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