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Freebies offered to educators for National Teacher Appreciation Day

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May 3 is a day to acknowledge a teacher because it's National Teacher Appreciation Day.  

So on this special day for teachers, they can receive several freebies.

According to Gimmie Freebies, everything from free food to admission, and much more will be available to show teachers just how special they really are.

Several companies are showing their appreciation for National Teacher Appreciation Day all year long with discounts on items for the classroom.

You can join the National Education Association 2016 #ThankATeacher Campaign by doing the following:

  • A picture of yourself with your favorite teacher, past or present;
  • A picture of your child with his or her teacher;
  • A picture of yourself holding a piece of paper with a simple message saying Thank You to a teacher and why you’re thanking him or her.

Be sure to use the hashtag #ThankATeacher when sharing.

Here's a small list of a few businesses that are offering freebies for Teacher Appreciation Day:

  • McDonalds: participating locations will thank local teachers with a special Teacher Appreciation Day offer, for a Free Medium McCafé Beverage, on the McDonald’s Mobile App. Valid for 24 hours on Teacher Appreciation Day, May 3.
  • Amazon Prime: anyone with an .edu email account can enjoy Amazon Student (a version of Amazon Prime) for FREE for six months! You’ll get free 2-day shipping, textbook discounts for rentals and purchase, and much more.
  • Apple Store for Education: save up to $200 on a new Mac, and up to $20 on a new iPad. Education pricing is available to college students, students accepted to college, parents buying for college students, faculty, homeschool teachers, and staff at all grade levels.
  • Chipotle: BOGO burritos, bowls, salads or tacos. Must have valid teacher ID. Promo available May 3 between 3pm and close.
  • Papa Murphy’s: 50% off any regular menu priced pizza on May 2nd for teachers. Must show school faculty ID. (AZ)

Find more freebies for National Teacher Appreciation Day here.

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