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Barnes & Noble Offering Discounts to Educators Next Week

Barnes & Noble Offering Discounts to Educators Next Week

Barnes & Noble is offering educators a series of discounts next week in honor of its Spring Educator Appreciation Days, which are April 9-17.

"Barnes & Noble stores nationwide and Barnes & Noble.com (www.BN.com) will offer pre-K-12 public, private and homeschool educators and administrators special discounts*, events, sweepstakes and giveaways during this time,” the company said in a statement.

Next week might be a good time to stock up on book for summer reading because all educators will be able to enjoy these discounts at their Barnes & Noble location:

  • 25% off list price on most books, gifts, music, DVDs and toys & games for classroom and personal purchase
  • 10% off all NOOK® by Samsung tablets**;
  • 10% off all Café consumables purchases; and
  • 10% off select tech tools

The company is also offering educators two separate product demonstrations that revolve around STEM and the making movement.

The first is a demonstration of the littleBits STEAM Student Set (an electronic building blots set) and the second is the Educators Wonder Workshop, which will include a demonstration of the coding tool Dash.

And f you’re an educator who is feeling lucky, you will also be eligible to enter a contest where $4,000 in books is up for grabs.

" There will be one winner nationwide, who will receive a number of books selected by DK based on the subject matter and the grade taught by the winner. Educators can visit any Barnes & Noble store and speak to a knowledgeable bookseller to find out how to enter this incredible sweepstakes,” the company said.

To find out more about Barnes & Noble Spring Educator Appreciation Days, see here.

Article by Nicole Gorman, Education World Contributor

4/5/2016

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