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8 Clothing Stores with Discounts for Teachers

8 Clothing Stores with Discounts for Teachers

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This post was updated on July 23, 2015.

Here are eight clothing stores, taken from prior community conversations, that offer discounts in-store for teachers - although some are also available online. The process? Simple! Just mention that you're a teacher to the sales representatives and show them a school ID. 

Clothing stores that offer 15% - 20% off teacher discounts:

1. Ann Taylor LOFT 
2. The Limited
3. Banana Republic
4. Madewell
5. J.Crew
6. J. Jill 
7. Talbots
8. Aerosoles

And here are some bonus discounts, just because. :)

9. New York & Company
10. Eddie Bauer
11. Christopher & Banks

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Do you know of any other businesses that offer teacher discounts? Add to these growing lists by leaving a comment below. Happy savings!

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KS's picture

Teachers are free at the Lincoln Museum in Springfield, IL and Graceland in Memphis. Great savings!

Meg's picture

I believe Books a Million offers teachers 20% off.

Melissa Moreno's picture

Just an FYI: Most (if not all) of these discounts don't just apply to teachers, but to all school employees. If you have a valid school ID or current pay stub verifying your employment with a school district, you are eligible for these "teacher" discounts.

jim forde's picture

I think H and M in SOHO (nyc) offered 15% off for teachers and students. :-)

Tracy's picture

Lands End 15% (In-store only, not the website, unfortunately.)


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