We are pleased to announce there will be no prices increases in Classroom Faces shirts for the Spring 2018 semester!
Additionally, we are starting off 2018 by adding five new ink color options for our Classroom Faces shirts. New this year are Fluorescent Green, Gray, Metallic Gold, Metallic Silver, and Metallic Vegas Gold. Check out our shirt color charts to see what color combinations we recommend.
Finally, just for readers of this post, we are offering a spectacular savings on Classroom Faces orders that are postmarked during the month of January 2018!
If your order is postmarked during January 2018, you can take $4 off the price of each shirt! A 15 shirt minimum order applies. All minimum orders listed here also apply. Use promo code BLOG18 on your order form.
Start your the new year off with a set of these amazing class shirts!
Teacher Appreciation Week is May 8-12, 2017, and National Teacher Day falls on May 9, 2017. To celebrate this special week and day, we are having a sale! From now through May 12, 2017, you can save 25% off all orders over $35 on the teacher shirts portion of our website!
Take advantage of this sale to get a gift for your favorite teacher or co-worker! We have hundreds of designs to choose from for almost every grade and subject! Don’t see something you’re looking for? Customize a shirt and still save 25% when you spend $35 or more.
As a bonus, we now have free shipping on all orders!
Do you write a teacher blog? If so, you can host a giveaway for your readers! We are currently offering any teacher blog with over 2500 followers (blog/facebook/instagram, etc.) a chance to raffle off a free set of Classroom Faces t-shirts!
Friday, December 16, 2016 is national Free Shipping Day! Orders placed on the A+ Images website will have their orders shipped free, hopefully in time for Christmas, without expedited shipping fees. We say “hopefully,” because this is one of the last days you are supposed to be able to mail packages throughout the US without expedited shipping fees and receive them in time for Christmas. However, this year’s surge in online ordering has put a heavy burden on UPS, FedEx, and USPS to deliver packages on time.