Never Pay Full Price For Back-to-School Shopping

Back-to-school shopping is ongoing and parents are right now searching online and in-store for this years’ classroom wish list. According to a recent CouponoSCOPE online questionnaire, parents plan to spend a whopping $500 shopping for the new school year, which is up $40 from previous year.

This time of year can be chaotic for most parents, but it doesn’t have to be. Back-to-school shopping can make parents feeling stressed and pushed for time, but CouponSCOPE is here to share the up-to-the-minute shopping customs and trends for the back-to-school shopping season, as well as ways to save even more time, money and stress.

On top of the school supply wish list, customers expect on spending:

  • $210 on apparels – up from $190 in 2018
  • $200 on electronics – up from $180 in 2018
  • $100 on shoes – up from $90 in 2018 Shoes

If you are one of the fortunate ones that live in one of the 16 states that take part in tax-free weekend, yes, it’s worth the wait to make your back-to-school shopping some more reasonable. Not only is it a great time to buy school supplies and all the other basics like new apparels and shoes, but you may even find something for yourself. In fact, about 50% of parents state they spend some of their back-to-school budgets on themselves. Shopping for back to school can fast add up, but clients can save up to 70% this year. Check out all of the back to school sales and deals from CouponoSCOPE and find savings at stores like Macy’sBest BuyAmerican Eagle and more.