To help teens, tweens, parents and college students save on back-to-school, Andrea offers her top savings tricks to PIX 11’s Morning News team.
According to the National Retail Federation, half of parents haven’t started back-to-school shopping for their kids. It turns out this may be a smart move as retailers start slashing prices on school supplies, summer clothing, backpacks and other essentials.
Shopping for back-to-school is still on parents’ to-do lists, with nearly half of all parents admitting they haven’t started the task yet.
With back-to-school in full swing, how can parents get the best price without spending a ton of time clipping coupons and comparing prices? Andrea shares her tips for saving on back-to-school while also saving valuable time with the WGN Morning News team.
Kids are heading back to school in a couple weeks and that means parents are spending big bucks on supplies, clothing, backpacks and more. While parents may feel pressured to buy everything on their kids’ school lists before class starts, there are better times to buy certain products for the best money savings.
Parents are expected to spend nearly $700 per child on back-to-school season this year! Andrea stopped by the WGN studio in Chicago to offer her tips for saving money on this expense while making sure your kids are prepared for their first day back.