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Teacher Appreciation Deals

by Expect More Arizona

May is Teacher Appreciation Month and many businesses across the state are offering discounts to celebrate our state’s amazing educators. Check out the deals below and let us know if there are others we missed and we will update our list.

Barnes & Noble: Receive 25% off during Educator Appreciation Days, and 20% off year round.  
Chipotle: Bring in your School ID to any Chipotle on Tuesday, May 8 from 3 p.m. to close to receive BOGO burritos, bowls, salads or tacos!

 

Douglas Area Businesses: the Douglas Education Partnership Council engaged with local companies to offer special deals for its local teachers. Find a list of Douglas area businesses that are offering discounts to area educators here.

 

Einsteins Bagels: Treat your favorite teacher to lunch or breakfast with 20% off any purchase from May 7-11 (with promo code 9053).

 

Flagstaff Values Teachers: an initiative of the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce, which offers B2T deals year-round for Flagstaff and Williams teachers. Find a list of participating businesses here.

 

Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce: is hosting a teacher appreciation party on May 4 in partnership with Little America Hotel and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona. Available to Flagstaff area district and charter school teachers. RSVP today!

 

 
Grimaldi’s PizzeriaAwarding 45 lucky teachers with a free pizza party. One winner will be selected from the neighborhood around each pizzeria. Teachers must be nominated by 5/11. Grimaldi’s is also offering 15% off for all teachers throughout the week (May 7-11) with valid ID.

 

Lane Bryant: Offering an additional 15% off on top of in-store promotions this week (May 5-11) with valid ID at the Lane Bryant Outlet location in Chandler (4976 Premium Outlets Way).

 

Michaels: Offers 15% off all in-store purchases by educators all year long.
Mod PizzaTeachers get 50% off any pizza or salad Tuesday at all locations with a valid ID. Plus, the first 50 teachers at each store Tuesday get a “special surprise.”
Musical Instrument Museum: Hosting Educator Appreciation Month all of July.  
Organ Stop Pizza: Check out Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa any time between May 7 to 11 to get a voucher for a free pizza. Enjoy any size and limitless toppings. You must be a K-12 teacher, and the free pizzas are for dine-in only.

 

Peter Piper Pizza: Free 7” pizza for teachers on May 7.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop: From Monday through Friday, show your school ID for a free fountain drink or cookie with the purchase of a sandwich or salad.

 

Prescott Teacher Appreciation NightOn May 4, Prescott College is hosting a party with music, dancing, free food, prizes and more to say thank you to teachers and educators for their hard work and tireless dedication to our children.

 

 
Prescott Dentistry: PUSD educators can stop by the Prescott Dentistry office during Teacher Appreciation Week for a complimentary tooth whitening kit including custom trays and whitening solution.

 

 
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers: From 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, teachers and faculty get one free Box Combo when they show current school ID at all AZ locations.

SeaWorld San Diego: Offering a complimentary Teacher Fun Card plus (2) free Single-Day Tickets to all Arizona teachers. Online registration ends May 18, 2018. Tickets valid through Dec. 31, 2018.

 

 
Soup Plantation & Sweet Tomatoes: Offering a 25% discount purchases on Tuesday, May 8, with a valid school ID.  
Tucson Values Teachers: is partnering with dozens of local businesses and education supporters for a week-long celebration to show gratitude and appreciation for teachers. A whole week filled with events, discounts, and special opportunities that honor and support all teachers across Southern Arizona.  


Additionally, a number of national retailers offer special discounts for educators all year long. Click here to see the list.

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