Barnes & Noble is celebrating teachers and administrators nationwide with its Fall Educator Appreciation Days until October 14. Barnes & Noble will be offering additional discounts, offers, and giveaways, while supplies last to homeschool teachers too. The special discounts offered during Educator Appreciation Days are available to pre-K to grade 12 teachers and administrators enrolled in the free Barnes & Noble Educator Discount Card Program.
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE:BKS), the world’s largest retail bookseller, today announced it will be celebrating teachers and administrators nationwide with its Fall Educator Appreciation Days from Saturday, October 6, through Sunday, October 14. This marks the ninth year that Barnes & Noble will be offering additional discounts, offers, and giveaways, while supplies last, to recognize pre-K-12 public, private and homeschool teachers and administrators in all stores and online at BN.com.
“Although we provide teachers 20 percent off most products all year round through our Educator Program, we created these special days with even better discounts, as well as a chance to win fun prizes as a way to thank educators for all the meaningful work they do in our communities.”
Some of October’s Educator Appreciation Days special discount offerings online and in-store include:
25% off list price on most books, gifts, music, DVDs, and toys and games for classroom and personal purchase;
10% off all Café consumables purchases; and
educators can enter in our stores for a chance to win great prizes, including:
one of five book bundles from Capstone Publishing
one of five $1,000 gift cards, and
one $10,000 prize for books, as well as STEM and STEAM products for an educator’s school.
In addition to these offers, select Barnes & Noble stores will host a tech tool demonstration with DASH Robot from Wonder Workshop during Educator Appreciation Days. Educators are encouraged to contact their local Barnes & Noble store or visit the Barnes & Noble Store Locator for more information.
The special discounts offered during Educator Appreciation Days are available to pre-K to grade 12 teachers and administrators enrolled in the free Barnes & Noble Educator Discount Card Program. To take advantage of these offers, educators can apply for their Educator Discount Card in their local Barnes & Noble or online at BN.com/educator.
Barnes & Noble’s Educator Discount Card Program offers pre-K through grade 12 educators 20% off list price on most in-store and online purchases throughout the year.
*Exclusions can be found in the Educator Program Terms and Conditions available at www.BN.com/Educator. Educators must present a valid Barnes & Noble Educator Discount Card to receive the discounts in store. Educators can also receive the discounts online at BN.com on Saturday, October 6, through Sunday, October 14, by entering their educator number in the Membership area of the page.
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