Top Teacher Discounts for Teacher Appreciation Week!
Teacher Appreciation Week 2022 is May 2nd-6th and while we at VariQuest appreciate teachers every day, many stores and restaurants give special recognition and discounts to our nation's educators next week, and some all year-long!
I've compiled a list of some of my favorites - just be sure to check to see if your location is participating, and always have your valid school I.D. handy:
- Apple - Shop with their education institution discount and view price lists here.
- Applebee's - May 2nd-15th, get a free appetizer with entrée purchase (up to $10 value) when you mention their email and show your school ID. Dine-in or call-in to go orders only.
- Barnes & Noble - 20% off the publisher list price on purchases for classroom use, up to 25% off during Educator Appreciation Days. Learn More
- Buffalo Wild Wings - Participating locations are offering 20% off when you show your school ID during Teacher Appreciation Week.
- Chick-Fil-A - Show your teacher ID for a free Chicken Sandwich at participating locations on Teacher Appreciation Day
- Chipotle - Typically, they offer a BOGO for teachers, faculty or staff on Teacher Appreciation Day from 3pm until close.
- J. Crew - Teachers (and students!) get 15% off purchase in-stores and at jcrew.com with a valid ID
- JoAnn Fabrics - Save 15% with JoAnn Teacher Rewards on all purchases, year-round!
- LOFT - 15% discount on full price items (year-round!) In-store only.
- Michael's - 15% off your purchase every-day. In-store only. Learn more
- Staples - Join their Teacher Rewards Program for 5% cash back on all purchases, with an extra 5% back on teaching and art supplies
Did I miss some of your favorites? Let me (and other educators) know in the comments!
|Carman Le, Education Development Specialist for VariQuest, is an elementary school educator with experience teaching in multiple school settings, ranging from Title I to STEM magnet to National Blue Ribbon schools. Carman has a master’s degree in teaching (MAT) from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She was recognized as a MeckEd Teacher of Excellence in 2015. Carman is passionate about collaborating with teachers and engaging students through hands-on learning and the integration of technology.|