Walmart thanks teachers with cash back on back to school shopping

Did you know that teachers often spend large sums of money on purchasing school supplies for their classrooms? Data shows that 53% of teachers received less in funding last year. This year Walmart is offering teachers across the country 10 percent savings on classroom supplies. 

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. From pencils and glue to classroom decor, teachers will receive savings on their purchases. 

“On average, teachers around the country spend about $1,000 readying their classrooms, and half of that comes from reaching into their own wallets to make sure students have what they need,” said Steve Bratspies, executive vice president, general merchandise for Walmart U.S. “We’ve had a commitment to supporting teachers in the communities we serve for many years.  This program is one more way we’re helping lessen the cost, increase support and set teachers up for success.”

The Teacher Appreciation Week savings runs July 25 through July 31. Follow these simple steps to obtain the teachers back to school savings.
  • Shop Walmart stores for classroom supplies (savings does not apply to online purchases)
  • Visit 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.

Parents and teachers alike can turn to the online tool Classrooms by Walmart to find classroom specific supply and uniform lists. Back in its third year, teachers can create classroom registries as well as add their own supply lists to help parents simplify their shopping. Local Walmart stores are prepared for the back to school shopping season with everyday low prices. 

Join the growing back to school excitement and start the shopping at your local Walmart. 

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