Back-To-School: Save Now

back to school savings

If you’re a kid, it’s sad that summer is starting to wind down. If you’re a parent, well, you’re probably just about ready for some peace and quiet in the house. Regardless, now is the time to get your back-to-school stuff. Just be sure to do it smart and save money when you get what you need. We’ve got some suggestions of where to shop — from the comfort of your home…no traffic, no hot weather, no crowds.

The single stop shop is, of course, Amazon. Click the banner to get started gathering your supplies:

If it’s Apple computers, software or other products, then check out MacMall savings:
Back to School Sale | Save up to $500 with 1300+ on Macs, iPads, iPhones Accessories & more with Free Shipping on Orders Over $35. Ends 08/25.

We’ve got some suggestions here as well for those needing backpacks and computer bags:

Back To School Savings Up To 50% Off: Backpacks, Messenger Bags & Laptop Bags. Shop LuggagePros.com Today!Ends soon.
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RescueCard

There’s a promotion going on that’s giving away a great little tool you can take with you camping, traveling, commuting to work, in other words, everywhere. Called the RescueCard, it’s a credit card sized piece of sturdy metal that includes 16 built-in tools. You can get it at no cost but you do have to pay the shipping. That’s a great bargain.

While it’s marketed in the “survival” niche, and you get a couple bonus reports that address important survival topics, this RescueCard has practical tools like a screwdriver, bottle opener, ruler, knife, rope cutter and more. When out and about, you can carry this lightweight tool (due to the knife edge, you should no doubt pack it in your check-in bag if traveling by plane) and not be at a total loss if you need to cut something or tighten a loose screw.

Take a look at this while their supplies last…

Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we believe will add value to our readers.