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National Teacher Appreciation Day discounts and freebies

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Tuesday is National Teacher Appreciation Day and there are many businesses offering educators great freebies and discounts.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution and USA Today have put together a list of many of those retailers. And while not every business listed is found in Montana and Wyoming, there are a number of businesses you can take advantage of including:

  • Adobe: Teachers and students can take 60 percent off a Creative Cloud purchase.
  • Apple Store for Education: Get discounted rates on Mac, Ipad, and other Apple accessories.
  • AT&T: Get discounts on monthly phone service plans through AT&T’s Signature Discount Program. 
  • Barnes & Noble: Get 20 percent off the publisher’s price for books purchased for classroom use, and 25 percent off the publisher’s price for certain “Educator Appreciation” days.
  • Budget Truck Rental: U.S. teachers get 20 percent off truck rental discount on local moves and 15 percent off on one-way moves, using the code “TEACH."
  • Chipotle: BOGO on burritos, bowls, salads or tacos on Teachers’ Day from 3 p.m. to close.
  • Costco Wholesale: U.S. teachers get more than $60 in savings if they sign up for a new membership.
  • Hobby Lobby: Get a 10 percent discount on in-store purchases. Must use a check or bank card provided by the school.
  • Home Depot: Home Depot offers a tax-free exemption on classroom purchases made at Home Depot. Public school teachers must apply for the exemption.
  • Intuit Quickbooks: Intuit offers free online materials through the Intuit “Education Program.”
  • JoAnn Fabric: Get a 15 percent discount both in-store and online.
  • Michaels: Get a 15 percent discount on in-store purchases every day.
  • Microsoft Store: Get Office 365 free, and 10 percent off Windows devices.

Again you can find the full list by visiting Atlanta Journal Constitution. Just click on the link.

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