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Thank You Teachers!
In honor of National Teacher Appreciation Day 2015, several companies across the country are offering free products and/or significantly discounted products to our nation’s educators today. Below we’ve compiled a list of companies that are doing their part to appreciate teachers. Keep in mind that most locations require teachers to provide a valid teacher ID or other proof of employment.
Chick-Fil-A’s teachers week deals vary by location and are valid only at participating stores. Some locations are giving away one free item per day through May 8. The free items range from an iced coffee to a Chick-Fil-A Chicken Biscuit. Other stores have restrictions on the free menu items and are serving free items only during breakfast hours.
Teachers can get a free combo meal on Tuesday at participating PDQ locations. The free meal is limited to one per person and can include three-piece chicken tenders, a sandwich or a salad.
Offers vary by location. Some McDonald’s establishments are offering free breakfast while others are giving away free a McCafe beverage with a purchase.
CiCi’s is giving teachers access to its adult pizza buffet Tuesday. There are reportedly 450 restaurants participating in the promotion. The offer is valid from 4 p.m. until closing time.
Save some room for more Mexican food after Cinco de Mayo, because Chipotle Mexican Grill is offering educators a buy-one, get-one-free deal on the next day. The promo, valid Tuesday from 4 p.m. to closing time, includes burritos, bowls, salads and tacos. The offer isn’t valid for catered orders. Orders can’t be placed online or via mobile of fax. There’s a limit of one item per staff ID shown.
Ann Taylor Loft
Teachers can get 15 percent off their in-store purchases by signing up for Ann Taylor Loft’s teacher-only perks. You’re required to provide your title and grade level when registering.
Jo-Ann Fabric And Craft Stores
By signing up for Jo-Ann’s teacher rewards discount card, teachers can get 15 percent off every purchase, every day. Some exclusions apply.
There is no coupon code required to receive a discount at J. Crew during teachers week. Simply show your ID in store at checkout to receive a 15 percent discount. The discount cannot be applied to previous purchases, used in combination with another promotion or used to purchase a gift card.
Students and teachers can receive 15 percent off any in-store purchase of full-priced items. The offer is valid only at stores in the U.S. and Canada. Banana Republic Factory Stores are not participating. The offer is good for multiple uses now through Jan. 31, 2020.
Treat your feet to a new pair of shoes from Aerosoles. Simply show your teacher ID or your most recent pay stub at any participating store and receive 15 percent off any footwear item priced $39.99 or higher. Orders can also be placed by calling 1-800-7998-9478.
New York & Co.
From now until May 5 teachers with a valid ID can receive 30 percent off all merchandise in stores. Online shoppers can use the promo code 9818.
Teachers can sign up to receive a free $40 Educent/Peekapak gift basket. The gift comes with $10 in Educents gift cards and three months’ worth of Peekapak lesson plans. The lesson plans include three digital storybooks, 12 in-class lessons and 12 at-home activities.
The theme park offers K-12 educators in Florida schools free access to SeaWorld Orlando. The Teacher Study Pass, valid through Dec. 31, does not include free admission to special events or discounts on parking, food and merchandise purchases in the park. A Florida teaching certificate or a letter including an official school letterhead is required to sign up. Register online