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Everyone loves a good discount. And teachers and students? Well, they really deserve it. With class back in session soon, teachers and students alike are spending money on supplies, new wardrobes, and, if you’re a college student, dorm decor. All those costs add up, so it pays to shop at places that will give you a little extra love during this busy spending season. We rounded up 16 of the best places to shop that will give you a discount with a proper ID or an .edu email address. Get ready to save big and go back to school in style!

2. Madewell: The clothing and accessories retailer offers 15 percent off to students and teachers all year long, with verification.

3. The Container Store: If you’re a teacher, score a variety of discounts throughout the year to keep your classroom organized—just sign up for the Organized Teacher program. The retailer also offers periodic sales for college students.

6. Amazon: Students get a six-month free trial to Prime and then it’s $49 for the next four years or until you graduate — whichever comes first. Prime Student members also get special discounts throughout the year, plus free food delivery with GrubHub+ Student and two months free of Kindle Unlimited. There’s currently a petition for a teacher discount, as well.

9. Overstock: Students and teachers can sign up for a free Club O Gold membership with a valid ID.me account and enjoy five percent rewards on all purchases, free returns, and access to the Club O Extra Rewards Store.

10. Pottery Barn: College students can save 15 percent on select stylish items at PBTeen. Simply show your valid school ID at any Pottery Barn store or sign up for an online account using your .edu email address for exclusive access.

13. Dagne Dover: Dagne Dover offers a 20 percent discount to teachers through its Dagne Heroes program — all you have to do is verify eligibility through ID.me.

14. J.Crew: Students and teachers can save 15 percent online at J.Crew (and enjoy a seriously stylish semester) with an active .edu email address.

17. Calm: Teachers can enjoy free access to Calm for tips on mindfulness and self-care as well as classroom materials catered to various age groups.

Sarah M. Vazquez also contributed to reporting.