Back-to-School Deals on Clothes, Electronics, Other Essentials

By ABC News

Aug 26, 2014 8:06am

By BECKY WORLEY

Back-to-school shopping procrastinators can now rejoice: Some of the best deals come around Labor Day for clothing, tech and supplies. Here are the biggest categories, websites and store-wide deals we could find.

Target

– Buy one and get one 50 percent off on children’s shoes and apparel

– $5 off $50 using code TGT4QBJF

– Save $40 on an Epson 2530 printer and receive a $5 Target gift card (normally $99.99, sale: $59.99 plus $5 Target gift card)

– Save $50 on Beats by Dre Studio over-the-ear headphones (normally $299.99, sale: $249.99)

– Save $30 on Bose Quiet Comfort 15 Around-the-Ear Headphones (normally $299.99, sale: $269.99)

– 20 percent off Skullcandy Jib earbuds (normally $9.99, sale: $7.99)

Old Navy

– 40 percent off in-store and online. No code needed

JC Penney

– $29.99 eyeglasses at JC Penney Optical.
– 15 percent off the entire site and store including uniform polos and khakis.

Walmart

Girls’ and boys’ approved school wear polos, currently $3.97.

Disney “Frozen” girls’ graphic tee, currently $6.97.

Secondhand Online

ThredUp offers brand-name kids’ clothing gently used for a fraction of their original price. Use code ABC40 for 40 percent off your first thredUP order.

– A different spin on online used clothing is from Schoola. They sell used clothing online, but families who donate clothes designate a school as a beneficiary and a percentage of the price goes back to the donor’s school: 40 percent. Try it out with a 25 percent off code: GMA25.

eBags.com

– 15 percent off the entire site code COMJBTS15 and deals on backpacks like this High Sierra Swerve marked down from $100 to $39.

Other Deals

– iPad 16GB Retina Display: Radio Shack and Walmart have the best prices this week, $50 off at $349.

Don’t Buy an iPhone … Yet

– Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 6 Sept. 9 with the new phone available Sept. 19. Even if you plan to buy an older model, prices usually go down when a new phone is announced. Older models are often discounted by $100.

Don’t Buy a Laptop at Your College Bookstore

– A recent report showed campus bookstores inflating the prices of laptops by 35 percent over online prices.

Add the deals you’ve found in the comments and share with other procrastinators.

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