15% Off Classroom & School Supplies at Target for Educators | Starting July 19th

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Target’s Teacher Prep Event is coming back! ✏️

Calling all teachers! Get ready as Target has just confirmed that their Target Teacher Prep Event will be returning starting July 19th through August 29th. They will be offering an extra 15% off select school supplies for school teachers, daycare employees, college/university faculty members, and homeschooling parents and teachers!

Note that you must have a Target Circle account to score this exclusive discount – it’s FREE to join!

This yearly event is valid on both in-store and online purchases and includes everything from school supplies to storage solutions! Plus, in the past, it has included popular Pillowfort and Bullseye’s Playground items, as well as facial tissue, hand sanitizer, disposable masks, and more sanitary items.

Plus, Target RedCard holders save an additional 5% off purchases and score free shipping. Not a RedCard holder? Sign up just in time to score this rare offer too!

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In order to score this exclusive discount, you’ll need to verify your teaching status. Last year they verified your status both online or in stores using an official form of identification you received from your school.

After being verified, you can save the exclusive Circle offer (not yet available) to your account to shop either in-store or online!

Keep in mind that you can only use this offer once, so be sure to double-check your list before checking out!

Are you in the Circle? Read more about all the reasons you should join today!

(Thanks, Passionate Penny Pincher!)

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Comments 3

  1. marieelenadalzell

    Anyone know how to get the discount as a homeschool teacher?

    • Jessica

      Wondering the same

    • Chantel

      I would say it depends. I live in Alaska and homeschool parents that go through one of the state homeschool programs are given an educator ID that stores will accept. But if I still lived in Texas I do not think they would honor it for homeschool parents.

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