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Discounts that can help as you go back to school

Posted on August 29, 2022

Posted on August 29, 2022

It’s back-to-school season for many students. As you focus on your studies, schedule and the supplies you’ll need, it’s helpful to figure out what discounts might be available. From computers and subscriptions to notebooks and writing implements and other essentials, now is a great time to assess where you can save. 

For those interested in trying Sophia Learning gen ed courses, Sophia is offering new monthly subscribers a 25% discount for their first month of membership. Just sign up at Sophia.org and use promo code BTS22. Through Sophia, you can take care of gen eds at your own pace and potentially save time and money.

In addition to saving with Sophia, here are some helpful discounts at a variety of academia-related companies: This is not a statement of endorsement of these products or offers. Offers may have seperate terms and conditions and expiration dates.

  • Apple: Save on a new Mac or iPad with Apple education pricing. Available to current and newly accepted college students and their parents, as well as faculty, staff and homeschool teachers of all grade levels. 
  • Samsung: Shop on Samsung.com and save on mobile devices, wearables, audio, home entertainment and home appliances. 
  • Staples: Take advantage of savings on select school supplies, home office furniture, printers, paper and a variety of other useful items. 
  • Best Buy: Explore discounts on select tablets, headphones, TVs, monitors, laptops, coffee makers and more. 
  • HelloFresh: Get student benefits from 15% off for 52 deliveries plus free shipping on the first box through this food delivery service. 
  • Fjallraven: Receive free shipping on all orders over $75 and save on backpacks and other useful gear.
  • ThriftBooks: Save on a wide selection of used books that can be helpful for many classes, particularly English and literature. 

Join Sophia and use code BTS22 to save on your gen ed courses.

Category: Student Success