Walmart recently announced their first-ever teachers’ savings event: Walmart’s Teacher Appreciation Week which starts on July 25th through July 31st, 2014.
Teachers who shop at Walmart stores during its Teacher Appreciation Week, July 25 to 31, are eligible to receive a Walmart eGift Card for 10 percent back on nearly 15,000 products – everything from pencils and glue to classroom décor. This program is Walmart’s response to help teachers with the cost of readying their classrooms and making sure their students have what they need before the start of the new school year. I know this fully well as I used to be a classroom teacher myself and we have to sometimes reach into our own pockets to help our students get what they need to be in the best learning environment.
To avail of this offer for teachers nationwide, simply follow this guideline:
- Shop Walmart stores for classroom supplies.
- Visit www.walmart.com/teachers by August 15 to register receipts by entering teacher’s school information and receipt transaction code
- Savings on eligible items from select departments will be delivered on a Walmart eGift card via email within 14 days of submitting the receipt online.
For more information and for the full terms and conditions, visit www.walmart.com/teachers
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