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It’s Time for Back to School Savings
Yes, it’s that time of year again. Whether you’re sending your kids back to their brick-and-mortar school or they’re going to be homeschooled this year, there’s never a better time than right now to save on back to school supplies. Almost every major retailer is having a back to school event and some states even boast tax-free weekends so you can optimize your savings. Check out our roundup of the best ways to save as we gear up for the new school year.
Save With Your Major Retailers
Of course, one of the best ways to save on back to school supplies is to shop at the big box stores that are having sales events right now.
Walmart is having its Study Haul back to school sales event. They have a multitude of brand-name items on rollback for less than a dollar! Everything from notebooks, glue sticks, pencils, and crayons to loose-leaf paper, erasers, pens, and more.
Target is hosting its Ready for School event where they’re offering hundreds of items at sales prices, including backpacks starting at $25, school uniforms for 30% off, and BOGO 25% off Paper Mate writing tools.
With Office Depot’s school supply flash sale, you can save up to a whopping 70% off on all school supplies.
Need to Save on School Uniforms?
JC Penney is offering up to 40% off select styles for their Back to School 2020 sale.
Macy’s is having a huge back to school sale on thousands of items, including limited time sales opportunities on kids clothes.
Kohl’s is offering half off and more on hundreds of items, including clothes, shoes, accessories, and backpacks.
Ways to Save on Tech
Best Buy’s Student Deals event is offering hundreds of dollars worth of savings on all the latest tech. Students can save up to $300 on select Intel powered laptops, $100 on select MacBook Air models, $300 on select Surface laptops, 10% on Texas Instruments calculators, and more.
Don’t Forget About Tax Free Weekend
Sixteen states are having sales tax holiday weekends over the next few weeks, so check to see whether your state is hosting a tax free weekend and when. These holidays help parents to save even more on back to school supplies, so take advantage of them if you can.