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Teachers Pay Teachers Sale 2013




Well it's about time! The great Teachers Pay Teachers Back To School site-wide sale is finally here! This is the time when you can get great savings when purchasing your much needed resources. So I'm joining the super opportunity at my Teachers Pay Teachers store A Teacher's Idea to hone in on the action!  This phenomenal  sale will take place from Sunday, August 18th through Monday, August 19thEverything in my store will be at a whopping 20 % off! TPT gives you an additional 8% off. That makes it a total of 28% off! You can get these AUGUST best sellers at the lowest prices ever!









 
All you do is simply go through my store and select those resources that you wish to purchase.
**Wait till the Sunday through Monday sale to checkout!**
When checking out use the promo code, BTS13 to get additional savings.  Remember to click on the "Apply" button after entering the promo code to ensure that the savings goes through.

So hop on over to my TPT Store and start adding those resources that you will need for the school year to your cart.  

*WAIT TILL SUNDAY AND MONDAY TO CHECKOUT!

 *INSERT PROMO CODE BTS13!

Enjoy and start stockpiling HERE for the best savings opportunity! :)


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