$5,800 Giveaway: win FREE School Supplies for Teachers and Kids!

Update: the 2016 Back to School Giveaway prize package is now worth $5,800 in free school supplies, thanks to incredibly generous donations from Universal and TOPS Products. Keep reading to see how you can win! Win $5,800 in FREE School Supplies!

OnTimeSupplies.com is the perfect place for teachers and students to shop for school supplies, thanks to the extensive selection, discount pricing and lightning fast delivery. Now, it’s the perfect place to stock up on supplies for FREE! Don’t miss your chance to win $5,800 in FREE school supplies from On Time Supplies! Enter the 2016 Back to School Giveaway today!

How to win $5,800 in school supplies.

Entering the Back to School Giveaway is as easy as 1-2-3!

    1. Join our email list for the latest school & office supply deals.
      Subscribe to the Office Ink Blog.
    1. Follow us and share the giveaway on FacebookGoogle+Twitter AND/OR LinkedIn.
  1. Leave a comment on this post telling us about your favorite teacher or student!
    Make sure you mention where you shared the Giveaway so we can count your entry.

You get one entry per subscription and share. For five entries and five chances to win, subscribe to the blog and our mailing list, then follow us and share the giveaway on all four social networks.

2016 Back to School Giveaway Prize Package.

This year’s prize package includes classroom essentials from your favorite school supply brands! You can browse (and shop!) the complete Back to School Giveaway Prize Package here, but here is a preview:

• $130 worth of Avery Labels.
• $300+ in organizers from Avery and Quality Park.
• $300 in Scotch Tape, Post-it Notes and more from 3M.
• $400 in Pens, Pencils, Correction Tape and more from Pentel, Tombow, and other top brands!
• $390 in classroom arts and craft supplies from Avery, Fiskars and X-ACTO.
• $250 in first aid and hygiene supplies from Curad, Dial, LYSOL and Kleenex.

The fine print.

The 2016 Back to School Giveaway ends August 19, 2016. We’ll announce the winner Wednesday, August 24th. The contest is open to residents of the continental U.S. over the age of 18. All prizes subject to availability and subject to substitution.

Good luck, and thanks for participating!

162 comments on “$5,800 Giveaway: win FREE School Supplies for Teachers and Kids!

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  • Lorri Dockery says:

    My favorite teacher was Mrs. Beecher – back in the day when things were not so strict on teachers, Mrs. Beecher used to take our whole class to her house for lunch. One day a week we would all walk together to her house, watch an educational program and eat our lunches. She was really an amazing and fun teacher. My children have had some extraordinary teachers too. Thank you for this fantastic giveaway!

  • Sonya Morris says:

    My favorite teacher was my high school history teacher. He was always energetic and inspired us to learn more even after we walked out of the classroom.

  • Kitty Williams says:

    I am PTSO President at Cheyenne Elementary in Peoria AZ. Let me just say that between the Cookie Dough sales, Candle sales, Movie nights, Holiday House sales, McDonalds Nights, school dances, and other fundraisers, it can never cover all the needs of the teachers. Our teachers appreciate anything we can help them out with. I can’t give just one teachers name as a favorite, all of them are dedicated and our PTSO would love to help them all.

  • Theresa Jenkins says:

    my Fav teacher was my 5 grade teacher, we had so much fun in his class and we learned…. I think, down deep we were a little afraid of him, because we all know he was a martial art expert and you would have never guess it, a ventriloquist as well…I seen a show when I was older and he was very good……………………………………………shared on FB, Google+ and retweeted

  • I shared on Twitter @PSEartroom …
    I can’t pick just one student, so I’ll pick a teacher. I have many favorites over the years, but I will pick Mrs. Stefonsky. She actually was never “my” teacher, but I worked with her for 8 years. She was a quality, hardworking, dedicated teacher (like many) but she stood out to me as a Great one. She just retired and we will all miss her.

  • Liked and shared on google and twitter,, my favorite teacher was ms Russo. She always took the time to teacher you if you did not understand…

  • My favorite teacher was my Spanish language teacher in high school. I still remember a lot of what I learned. She was a great teacher.

  • Barbara Mayes says:

    my favorite teacher was Mrs Colley, I had her for 5th and 6th grades and she was the most fun ever. I shared on facebook, twitter (barbieQ2U), google+ and linkedIn and I subscribe already.

  • Ellie Wright says:

    I subscribe to Office Ink Blog. My favorite teacher was my high school English teacher, Mrs. Vestal. I always remember her telling our class of girls never dumb yourself down for a guy. If they don’t want a smart girl, then they aren’t very smart themselves. Sometimes the best lessons learned have nothing to do with actual school work.

  • Ellie Wright says:

    I followed and shared on Google+

  • Stephanie Phelps says:

    My favorite teacher was Miss Ball. She was so patient and kind and always wanted you to do your best!

  • Stephanie Phelps says:

    I follow on tweeter and retweeted @my4boysand1 and tweeted

  • angella richards says:

    my all-time favorite teacher was Mrs. Enrico she had a way of teaching kids, she was very easy to learn from and was able to teach me Math something i very much disliked. She had an ability that i have to this day seen in any other teacher (including my kids teachers) she will never be forgotten 🙂 Thanks for the chance

  • I am a teacher and I have enjoyed all my students, if I pick just one, it would have to be my two girls that I have had in my classroom.

  • Mia Bennett says:

    My favorite student is Fabiene Auxilus. She has brightened my days with her smiles, and her spunk. She’s always interested in learning, and never complains. She is the security officer of the classroom, and stays on top of everything. I can see her walking in teacher shoes, when she comes out of college. She makes my day, and appreciates whatever I teach her. She’s always open to learn new things.

  • Chelesa sims says:

    My favorite teacher was my english teacher in the 8th grade.she always took the time to make sure i was doing the assignment right and if i wasnt she would sit down with me and explain it to me .she acted more like a sister to me.

  • Claudia Mcgee says:

    Our favorite Teacher was Scott Sullivan, my Daughters English Teacher who always believed in her! Sadly he passed away and my Daughter wrote …
    He was an incredibly gifted, compassionate, and kind mentor to me in high school. This man was far more than just an English teacher. He has touched the lives of countless people, including myself, and my heart aches so much. I will cherish the memories of his wisdom and humor ~

  • Leslie Martinez says:

    My favorite teacher is Ms. Teale, she is my teacher from U.S. History and actually we didn’t have many resources like books or other resources cuz my school needs more support and my teacher Ms. Teale would do alot of fun activities. For instance , the west and east berlin wall, she seperated us and putted desks in a line and pretended that the east side was in the communist and west berlin the democratic and actually we did learn with fun activities she did. We didnt have many resources, but with the help of ms. Teale 96% of all 11th graders passed or got commended on the STAAR U.s history. We made history!

  • My granddaughter’s favorite teachers are:. Sandy Willingham, Jonathan Odom, and Mr. Crockett, all from her elementary school at Northside Elementary school. They have all made a big impact on her years at elementary school. She’s an A honor roll student and has been since kindergarten. I know that kindergarten grades differently, but when it comes down to grading that is where she’s been. Actually it was 3rd grade when Mrs. Willingham put her name in to receive the Tigers award in academics which is an honor award and it has to be voted on by other teachers as well. This is when she was finally recognized for her grades and in her last year in elementary school, she graduated with A honors, the principal’s award and the presidential award. Her grades are finally noticed and complemented by the school. I am so very proud of her and her accomplishments. I thank God for blessing me with such a loving, kind, intelligent girl of 11years old, but has been since a baby. I love you baby girl and I am so proud and happy to say” that’s my girl”! Great job and I know that you will go far in life. Keep up the good work!????

  • Tiffany Banks says:

    My favorite teacher was Mr. Stang. He was an English teacher & he was always so nice! His class was always fun to be in! I shared the giveaway on Twitter @t1ffany_ann

  • Joy McCook says:

    I would love the opportunity to make my classroom germ free. I have 180 students coming in and out every day. That can lead to a lot of absents if germs are spread. This would make students stay in school from a lack of germs.


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