$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.
      AND/OR
      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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  • kelly wright says:

    My favorite student would have to be Jasmine Davis. She truly is an inspiration and a picture of what hard work and dedication can achieve. She amazes me everyday! (I shared this entry on facebook)

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  • Heather K. Hollands says:

    Added more entries by liking and sharing on both Facebook and Linked In. All of my entries are complete now. Fingers crossed! 🙂

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  • One of my favorite teachers is also now my mentor teacher. Diane was and is an inspiration to all who meet her. Her passion for children and reading go hand in hand. She is my favorite volunteer and friend

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  • elishia bakle says:

    Shared on twitter @emichellefl My favorite teacher is MR. Cook! We were new to the area and he made us feel welcome. He comes to my son’s games and really supports his current and former students. He is the epitome of great teacher.

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  • Julie Hagaman says:

    Shared the contest on Twitter under jnhagama …my favorite teacher is me! I teach students with special needs

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  • kemala giddens says:

    My favorite student have been all my students. They have taught me alot about teaching. Must more than I could ever learn in college.

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  • Charito Haines says:

    One of my favorite students is a student I had this past year. She was one tough cookie for the fact that her home life could have been 90% better. I admired her eagerness to learn every day and her ambition to be the best.

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  • Holly Peterson says:

    I shared this sweepstake on Facebook. My favorite teacher that my daughter had was Mrs. Farmer. She also spoke Spanish so my daughter learned some songs and sayings in Spanish. She was very patient with the kids and really appreciated parent involvement. I wish that she could have her every year!

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  • Tara taitano says:

    My favorite teacher was the one I had last year. She showed me no matter what my learning disabilities are I can still sucsude

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  • Evon Rairdon says:

    My favorite teacher is Shannon Oswalt (also my favorite niece!). She is a fun and inspiring person and she shares that enthusiasm with her students!

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  • Shared and liked on Facebook. My favorite student is a child I had many years ago who had special needs. It’s because of him, his family and our struggle as his teachers which lead me to get a BA in cognitive studies. Now I help kids and their families through their diagnosis!

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  • Marnie Breazeale says:

    I am a Special Education teacher and most of the time we don’t get to share in the supplies that are brought in at the beginning of the year. These supplies would benefit my whole Special Ed department!!

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  • Ben McCarter says:

    My favorite teacher would have to be Mr. Casey, my 8th grade English teacher. Now don’t get me wrong, it is not the subject that made him such a great teacher. I was never huge on English and looked at it as more busy work than anything, but he made the subject more enjoyable than any other English teacher I have had. It was his first year of teaching when I had him which made things more interesting as well. He was a football coach too and never took teaching too seriously. He challenged me to a couple tennis matches and since I won we were able to have a party the next day in his class both times. He always kept the subject interesting with his own input and comical twist. My slight interest in English will always come from his way of teaching.

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  • My favorite teacher was and is my high school English teacher. She pushed the boundaries, made her lessons engaging, and made us work hard.

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  • My favorite teacher was Mrs. Slade. We did a lot of awesome crafts and projects in her class.
    Shared on Facebook https://m.facebook.com/brooks.ard.7?ref=bookmarks

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  • Toni Nicholson says:

    Shared on Facebook.
    Favorite student was one student I had in my first few years of teaching. She would get all excited about taking the “States” test every Friday. First time I ever came across a student who looked forward to a test. Now I have at least one every year.

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  • Cindy Hickman says:

    Liked and shared on FB also tweeted on Twitter @lifeonprint!
    My favorite student is a student named Sam, he is awesome, a hard worker and has a great sense of humor!

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  • Angela Marie Gallman says:

    I want to nominate my mom, Mrs. Gallman who teaches for a school with that deals with kids and special needs, and anger management. They have low funding, and she buys a lot of supplies of out pocket, because of the funding. This would be a blessing this year to her and her students, and the school.

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  • Julia Brown says:

    Favorite teacher was first grade Nancy McDonald Nichols. She was kind, sweet and loving and you knew by her voice if you had disappointed her and that was punishment enough. She taught everything hands on-and I strive to be like her every day that I teach in first grade.

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  • Gayla Jenkins-Bailey says:

    My favorite Student would have to be Darrius Baird, my son. He is an honor student and also tutors other students on his own. I am a very proud mother to have a son who believes in not only his education but helps to enhance other.

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  • colleen gonzales says:

    I am a teacher assistant and in our class this year we have 16 boys and 6 girls. I enjoy teaching all of them no matter how loud or even how gentle they can be with each other.

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  • My favorite teacher of life would have to be my Mother. When I attended jr. high school, my favorite teacher was my typing teacher, Mrs. Triano. She always went above and beyond her class lessons to help her students, even in areas of other school subjects that they may have had trouble with. She was very patient and always took the time to explain each lesson. She was an inspiration to me and for that reason, I became the “go to” person to teach all new recruits at my work. Thank you for the giveaway chance. I shared this giveaway post on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter.

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  • Michelle Bartley says:

    My favorite student is my Granddaughter who is starting 2nd Grade! Shared on FB https://www.facebook.com/rascallmelt/posts/10210212881867748?pnref=story

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  • Misty Farris says:

    I shared on Twitter with username @mistydawn0001. My favorite teacher is my aunt. She truly loves teaching, and every year she makes sure her classroom is a safe, loving, but strict environment. Her students always love her!

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  • casie grierson says:

    Liked, shared, My favorite teachers are the one’s that do special activities with the students! My children love it!

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  • Evangelina E. says:

    My favorite teacher was Mrs. Bos, she was an amazing teacher. Very dedicated, always made time for students and had an exuberant amount of patience!

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  • One of my favorite teachers was my English teacher in 9th grade. He taught us all sorts of silly poems that helped us to remember English grammar principles. Because he was also the drama teachers, when we studied plays, we would get up on stage and act parts of them out. I was very shy, but I saw myself really open up that year, because the class also taught be to be confident in myself.

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  • Kimberly Mann says:

    My son’s favorite teacher is Ms. Cruz. She checks on him throughout the day to make sure it is going well. She also sits in with him when she can. He has Asperger’s and ADHD so it is not always easy for him. A teacher showing this much interest and care for my son deserves everything I can do for her. I shared this on twitter.

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  • Tracy Rische says:

    My Favorite student is Breydan he works really hard because of his special needs it’s hard for him to understand but he truly tries so hard. One of the sweetest kids I’ve met.
    Shared on Google Plus, Retwetted on Twitter, Shared on Facebook.

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  • Carla Reynolds says:

    My favorite teachers are my mom and my sister! They may not have formally taught me but I have learned so much from both of them! I also know that they are both great teachers who care a lot about their students and go out of their way to make sure everyone succeeds in their classes. I shared on Facebook and Twitter. Thank you!

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  • My favorite teacher is Mr. Rozell a high school History teacher at Hudson Falls High School who brings his class to life with WW2 veterans who come and speak to his classes every year. Shared on Facebook under Kim Kelly

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  • Christie Mansor says:

    My absolute favorite was my 8th grade teacher who used to have the class play “baseball” in order to review for social studies and science tests. There were 2 teams.and each corner.of the classroom.was a base. A correct.answer advanced the batter and so on…point is she made learning fun and we were always prepared for exams! I shared and followed this giveaway on facebook, twitter, and Google plus! This would be an amazing prize to win, thanks for the opportunity!

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  • julie berry says:

    My favorite student is Isabel Baggett she is my granddaughter she is in 4th grade thanks for a chance to win
    Summers Elem. #backtoschoolgiveaway. #ontimesupplies

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  • Melena Murphy says:

    My favorite students are my kids … they all work so hard and amaze me everyday by what they teach me now. I have shared on Facebook, Google, and Twitter.

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