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Discounts, Rewards and Grants: Easing Teachers' Back-to-School Costs

August 6, 2014 |

Preparing for the school year ahead can be costly, but parents aren't the only one feeling the financial burn. The National School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA) reported that K-12 public school teachers in the United States spent $3.2 billion on classroom and other educational supplies over the 2012-2013 school year; $1.6 billion of that figure was spent out-of-pocket. Read More

Shop the Best Back-to-School Deals, No Kids Required

July 29, 2014 |

It's Back-to-School time! Wedged between Fourth of July and Labor Day, this fifth season is the time when most of the biggest retail stores roll out huge deals on essentials for the upcoming school year. No kids? No problem! Just because a sale is labeled “Back-to-School” doesn't mean it's not for you. There are savings to be found on everything from backpacks to bedding. Read More

Head of the Class: Exclusive Savings Just for Teachers

March 17, 2014 |

Helping the nation’s youth reach their full potential is no small task, which is why our teachers deserve a little love. America’s clothing retailers agree, with a host of ways they invite educators to save cash while looking sharp. Here are a few tips on finding the best deals for great classroom styles. Read More

Collegiate Apparel Deals and Steals

August 27, 2013 |

If you just sent a kid off to college, your wallet might be hurting. But of course, you still want to show off where you've sent them! Here are five ways to sport the school of your choice without breaking ... Read More

Backpack Deals and Steals

August 13, 2013 |

Pull out last year's backpack to find it hasn't survived the summer, or your student is just too cool for it now? Luckily, you can still find good deals on backpacks during the back to school season; here are five ... Read More

Back to School Deals and Steals

July 23, 2013 |

It may seem a little early for a back to school post, but summer is fleeting! Plus, so many good deals for the season have already started, you might as well start shopping. Here are five deals to catch before ... Read More

Back to School Sales Round Up - The Deals You Might Miss

August 14, 2012 |

To the dismay of kids everywhere (and the delight of their parents), it's back to school season! I've compiled some of the best sales and coupons around the web, whether your kids are starting out at preschool or college-bound.

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Back to School Sales Event Shopping Guide [Infographic]

August 13, 2012 |

Need a little last minute help getting your kids back to school this year? Having trouble finding the right deals on dorm room essentials for you and your new college roommate? Never fear, UltimateCoupons.com has discovered the best savings on ... Read More

Move Over Black Friday, It's Time for Back-to-School Saturday

August 8, 2012 | 1

Consumers have certainly rallied around retail holidays like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Small Business Saturday. Now there's a new kid on the block: Back-to-School Saturday. Teen Vogue Magazine gathered advertisers and marketers to create the one-day event to offer shoppers sales, samples and deals at stores like Aeropostale, American Eagle and Staples. According to the New York Times, the back-to-school shopping season normally spans an 8-12 week period, peaking during the second or third week in August. So this year, organizers are hoping to gather shoppers for one big day of buying-- August 11.

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Deals and Steals: 5 Perfect Bags for College

August 7, 2012 |

Whether they're incoming freshman or more seasoned in coming back to campus, August means back to college! And school bags for college campus come in many more shapes and sizes than they did in lower grades. Here are five collegiate ... Read More

The Back-to-School Basics Checklist

August 1, 2012 |

According to the National Retail Federation, parents spend an average of about $600 to send their kids back to school. Obviously that's more than glue sticks and folders. So what are the necessities and what stuff can parents skip in order to save money? Here's what the pros categorize as essential and frivolous.

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